I wish I could say I loved Cupid’s Last Wish, for no other reason than for the fact that I love EarthMix.
BL Ships are the veritable anchor that makes or breaks the popularity of their respective shows. If the anchor is strong, it saves the ship (read TV ratings); or else the drama is doomed to sink.
Shipping is a serious business in the Asian BL industry, with legions of fandoms invested in the offscreen camaraderie between their beloved idol’s.
Shipping is a standard part of the BL industry. It should never become a toxic intrusion into an artist’s personal life, but it is nice to see one’s favorite on-screen couples take center stage together. Join us at the BL Xpress as we share some of our favorite ships.
So GMMTV really shot themselves in the foot with Cupid’s Last Wish.
Welcome to the first Safe House of 2022, advertised as Couples’ Getaway, because unlike previous seasons where GMMTV had one or two shipped couples and a handful of others, this season had 5 pairs – OffGun, EarthMix, JimmySea, NeoLouis and JoongDunk. It was also a season where the gimmick was called ‘Best Bro Secret’: each member had a best bro looking out for them, sending messages through the producers, making their bros or others do tasks, and so on.
The best acting is instinctive. It’s not intellectual, it’s not mechanical, it’s instinctive- Craig MacDonald
Ghost Ships might sound controversial, but they seem quite fun. Every BL fan is bound to have fantasies about their favorite actor’s being paired opposite each other in real or reel.
7 days, 10-ish hours of live content, 8 (+1) incredibly attractive men, one house.
I sat down thinking I’d have a lot of complaining to do about Theory of Love, because Khai is possibly one of the most annoying characters I have seen in a BL.