May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and you can celebrate all month long with Xfinity.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month destinations on X1, Flex, and Xfinity Stream
During the month of May, Xfinity customers can explore content across X1, Flex, and Xfinity Stream celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage, with movies, TV series, and podcasts, such as:
- Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir (PBS - available on 5/4)
- The Donut King (PBS - available on 5/24)
- Parasite (Hulu + EST)
- Minari (EST - available on demand until 5/3/21)
- Inside the Films of Bong Joon-ho (Kocowa)
- Yellow Rose (STARZ)
- Young Rock (Peacock)
- Taste the Nation (Hulu)
- A Little Late with Lily Singh (Peacock)
- Life of Pi (HBO)
- Meet the Patels (HBO + Peacock)
- Pension (Eros Now) - starts 5/7
- The Name Sake (HBO)
- White Tiger (Netflix)
… and much more!
What’s more, this year’s destination is divided into themes that explore the AAPI experience, such as “lessons from the past”, “resilience that paid off”, “preparing for a brighter future”, and “supporting the community”.
In addition, Xfinity has partnered with the premier non-profit Gold House to ensure an added level of authentication while celebrating and elevating AAPI stories during this challenging and pivotal time for the AAPI community.
Tune in and celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage all month long by simply saying “Asian American” into your Xfinity Voice Remote.