Season 2 of Love By Chance will focus on Tin-Can due to the lack of closure in the initial season. Fans are demanding for closure and the production team obliged.
Update: 8 Dec. 2020 – Below is the latest teaser clip:
Notwithstanding the raging issues on casting and behind the scene politics, the current cast including Gun Napat and Mark Siwat and the main series thrust for Plan and Mean, the above clip has a promising and exciting atmosphere.
Mark + Gun antics somehow offers some light moments in anticipation of the intense Tin-Can acting dynamics.
Late December, Saint Suppapong was interviewed by Dara Daily to give light to the issue that he is no longer part of Love By Chance Season 2. Here is an excerpt of that interview:
“I think if they want me to take part in the series, they would’ve contacted me before finishing the teaser.” – This statement is uttered as a matter of fact. No additives or spices or even a hint of sarcasm. That’s how a professional handles a question.
“My schedule is tight and quite long. I have WhyRU the Series and Let’s Fight Ghost. I don’t think its appropriate to make them wait for me.” – This interview is recorded, posted on FB, tweeted, and screenshot for various blogs and clips. There is no way for Saint to deny or do an about-face or delete a tweet or an FB post. He has no control over the media where his interview was broadcasted. [ Interview with video ]
Update: 17 November 2019: A few minutes ago, the news of a second season of Love By Chance spread like wildfire on Facebook and Twitter.
Official trailer of the second season:
While the first season focus on the Ae-Pete couple, the official Facebook page of the series stated that it will be Tin-Can this time.
Here is a previous post we did about the series related to Tin and Can:
Mean Phiravich is the epitome of an elite boy with a lot of emotional hang-ups. Plan Rathavit, on the other hand, portrays a cutesy, innocent Can (Cantaloupe).
- Can or Cantaloupe (Plan Rathavit) is an impressionable young man who has not yet experience being in love or being the target of someone’s desire and affection. He appears to be like a character out of Mary Renault’s Greek coming of age novels as someone incorruptible;
- Tin (Mean Phiravich) is an elitist rich kid who is also suspicious of people who wants to connect with him. Like Can, he has to experience romantic love.
My opinion did not change. I think that putting Tin and Can on the spotlight is justified since their story did not get the proper closure it deserves in Season 1.
The second couple (IMO) almost eclipsed the lead actors in that their story was in ‘suspended animation’ after the final episode. The elitist, haughty Mean Phiravich Attachitsataporn (as the rich kid with issues, Tin) is a perfect match for the naive and good-natured Plan Rathavit Kijworaluk (as Can). If you remember how Tin coyly calls our boy ‘Cantaloupe’, then you must be as disappointed as I am that a second season will not push through.
And so there is Season 2! Something we don’t know previously.
I agree with the general consensus that to request or even demand the producers to include more Ae and Pete can be counter-productive.
I think having WhyRU series is enough for Saint to showcase his talents. Perth is also featured in Until We Meet Again and The Stranded so they are busy with separate projects.
I also think both Plan and Mean deserve the spotlight. As a reviewer, I want to see the development of their styles in acting. Their character reversal in 2Wish failed to give me the cool vibes inherent in their portrayal of Can and Tin. You can tell from my preferences above. If you are not yet aware, Plan and Mean are the stars of the now concluded 2Wish the series.
We will update this page as we get more news.