Since we are always talking about our favorites, today’s feature would be focusing on the non favorites; dramas that left us shaking our heads in disbelief or shock. Mostly quantity precedes quality in the Boys’ Love world and there is no escaping the fact that most dramas seem lacking in terms of storytelling or casting. Join us, as our authors take stock of shows that were a major disappointment.
A lot of cinematography is intuition. It’s an art, not a formula- Reed Morano
Secondary characters might be relevant to the storyline, but sadly they never receive the same kind of attention or fanfare as the primary stars do.
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“Young Master,” the handsome older man said. The words sounded like a romantic promise despite the stoic face of the man who said them. But the unfathomable disgust on the face of the man who was being addressed as “Young Man” is worse. This essentially surmises most of the first episode of Thailand’s new BL series “Golden Blood”. From the unique title to the amazing quality, this show was hugely anticipated by the fans.
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We are here with the second installment of our popular feature, which keeps you abreast with the exclusive news related to the BL arena.