When filmmakers create documentaries, they need to make sure that the visuals are engaging. Otherwise, viewers will get bored and more than half will likely move on and watch something else.
Update: This most anticipated series is to broadcast starting January 17, 2020 – that’s every Friday, with Episode 0 (sort of intro and other tidbits before actual drama narrative). A week later, is the initial episode.
If you are tired of generic BL that populate your YouTube links or even your Twitter feeds, then watch TharnType The Series!
After last week’s emotional powerhouse, this episode has a lot of feel-goods. Some tearful moments for sure, but easy to enjoy.
This upcoming series – EN of Love – from Studio Wabisabi appears a bit tentative to me as if there is more to be absorbed than what’s possible for a teaser that runs for less than a minute.
I’m in awe how Ohm Pawat has captured the imagination of BL watchers around the world. Aside from He’s Coming to Me and Dew, the movie, he plays an admittedly ‘second lead’ in GMMTV’s 2020 gender-bender romcom/BL concoction entitled The Shipper – จิ้นนายกลายเป็นฉัน.
Update: 11 Jan 2020 – Wayufilm Production confirms that the upcoming My Bromance sequel is a series and not a movie.
The news that there is another yet unreleased installment to the My Bromance saga has ignited many people’s curiosity.
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.
What makes an engrossing, realistic, and quality drama? It has to have a heart and a spirit. In the case of Tharn Type, Mew Suppasit as Tharn embodies its beating heart and Gulf Kanawut as Type is its fighting spirit.
I have no idea how many Engineers there are in Thailand. But it seems to me, BL storytellers are infatuated with some of them. Why would they equate Engineers as the object of their characters’ affection if not?
Update: This series is set for a March 2020 release.