'Bangkok Breaking': Release date, spoilers and all about Netflix's Thai crime drama
The six-episode series is touted to be 'fast-paced' and is Netflix's second Thai original series after the teen supernatural drama, 'The Stranded'
'Bangkok Breaking' is all set to make its much-anticipated debut on Netflix — after all, the Thai original generated enough buzz for its intense action. The six-episode series is touted to be 'fast-paced' and is Netflix's second Thai original series after the teen supernatural drama, 'The Stranded.'
Created by Prabda Yoon, the series follows Wanchai, a new arrival in Bangkok who joins a road rescue service famous for collecting bodies and cleaning up carnage. He must unravel a citywide conspiracy with the help of a young journalist. While we wait for the scintillating series to premiere, you can check the following titles: 'The 8th Night', 'Confessions of a Serial Killer: Samuel Little', and 'Secrets of a Gold Digger Killer'
Air time and how to watch
'Bangkok Breaking' releases on September 22 and will be available to stream on Netflix.
The official synopsis states: "Newly arrived in Bangkok, Wanchai joins the road rescue service and unravels a city-wide conspiracy with the help of a journalist."
Sukollawat “Weir” Kanarot as Wanchai
The Thai actor is an actor, model, and singer and is best known for his work in 'Dew the Movie', 'Malila: The Farewell Flower' and 'Ghost Is All Around'. Suchar “Aom” Manaying, Arisara Wongchalee, Pavarit Mongkolpisit, and Daweerit Chullasapya round up the rest of the cast.
Prabda Yoon ('Invisible Waves') serves as the showrunner and the EP. The show is directed by Kongkoat Komesiri ('Slice'). Talking about the series, the producer said: "Netflix viewers across the world will witness the varied, contemporary state of Bangkok – from opulent skyscrapers to microcosmic communities strewn throughout its alleyways – through the journeys of Bangkok Breaking’s many characters,” Prabda said. “Each element of their stories reflects the social reality in all the shades of white, black, and grey on the tapestry that is Bangkok."
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