With about 65 million views on LINEtv alone, TharnType the Series, goes beyond the norm in terms of BL storytelling and character development. Even after Season 1 has ended, it still sets the standards in terms of how a BL couple behaves in public.Continue reading “Revisiting TharnType before Season 2 + Hype and Controversial past [Opinion]”
I appreciate the fact that Kokliang – aside from being an awesome actor – is gracious enough to entertain my inquiries. I know that I picked the perfect timing when he’s online – knowing that he appreciates his fans by retweeting their thoughts, raves and opinions.
With my request for an interview, he said yes!
Reports have it that dir. Tee Sintaparadee will no longer handle the second season of the popular BL series.
The curtain lifts, and we are immediately being engulfed in our memories from throughout the TharnType series. Watching this pulls us into the inevitable arrival of “goodbye,” because we are finally at journey’s end.Continue reading “TharnType: Special Episode “Our Last Love” [Review]”
What if there’s a global video platform that can broadcast a Thai BL series now? Which series would you choose that will introduce the genre to potential BL (and/or) gay fans around the world?
- He’s Coming To Me
- Theory of Love
- Until We Meet Again
I posed these questions on Twitter. Not surprisingly, it was TharnType which got the biggest share of the votes. Yet the case for the other three is as compelling, if not as convincing.
It was a few months ago when the BL community in Thailand became fascinated with the auditions for a certain drama series. That series is TharnType and people are on the lookout for anything related to Love By Chance.
One of the fresh faces to audition for a part is Gulf Kanawut.
This is Part 2 of our interview with acclaimed Thai filmmaker Aam Anusorn. You can read Part One here.
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.
In Part 1, we talk about compelling issues about the series. In Part 2, its about sex scenes and playviews. In this part, its about the collective effort of the cast and crew to give us great entertainment.
Kaownah delivers a chilling portrayal of a young man fixated with another person. In this case, he has Tharn as the object of his obsession.
Lhong (Koawnah Kittipat) unleashes a wide range of intrigues that shook Tharn and Type relationship to its core.
The devil wears no Prada, but a student’s white shirt. But a student can also make plenty of mistakes.
I dont blame viewers when they get carried away by emotions. Of course, once the drama is done, they need to get back to reality and be reminded that it’s only acting.