Update; By now, some are aware that 2Gether the Series is slated for a February 2020 release.
Much have been said about Thai BL drama based in school. But the novelty and excitement of seeing young, handsome boys in blue shorts and white polo shirts will never lose it’s appeal.
At least that’s my opinion and many others who have been inside this chaotic BL universe for years.
Now comes from GMMTV in 2020 is a delectable, juicy, and almost ‘ordinary’ new series called 2Gether.
Except that it’s nothing but ordinary. Take a look at the teaser clip below:
Using a teaser to determine a show’s quality can be tricky, but you can feel the amazing onscreen chemistry of Bright and Win. They even look like twins! Let your imagination run wild and let me know if I’m.wrong.
Bright answers question from an interview:
A student named Tine (Win Metawin) wants to get rid of a gay admirer. His friends recommend getting a pretend boyfriend – Sarawat (Bright Wachirawit). But Sarawat plays hard to get, until he finally agrees. The two becomes close and intense emotions soon erupted. Are they just pretending or already have feelings for each other?
This new drama stars two newbies. Well, Bright Vachirawit has been cast previously in supporting roles.
At 21, he finally grabbed a major role and I think they wasted his younger years by not featuring him in the lead earlier.
The other lead, Win Metawin Opas-iamkajorn, is a greenhorn and has not appeared in any show. From the clip above, we can deduced that they will agree to play as pretend boyfriend.
Drake and Frank from My Tee are also part of the cast. As second leads, it is a bit disappointing but I’d love to watch this couple to see what sort of improvements they made in terms of acting.They have an amazing onscreen chemistry and it was not fully explored.
I hope that their story is as interesting as when they took the lead or even better.
The series is reported to have been included in 2020 GMMTV offerings even though there was new previous notice about the series before.