Netflix To Stream Thai Thriller ‘Delete’

Netflix has been aggressively expanding its streaming library after purging shared accounts and several entries in its catalog. This has included doubling down on releasing anime, Korean dramas, and now thrillers from Thailand. The streaming service has announced that it had acquired the rights to debut the Thai thriller ‘Delete’ in the United States.

“Ever secretly wished you could delete someone from your life? In the ominous world of DELETE, this power is entirely possible, thanks to a mysterious device that has the ability to erase a person from existence. Those who come into contact with this dangerous power soon realise that it draws out their worst impulses,” Netflix said in a statement. “The new Thai series DELETE debuts worldwide on Netflix on June 28, and it marks the series debut of director Parkpoom Wongpoom.”

Wongpoom, also a co-writer for the series, adds, “DELETE’s exciting and extraordinary plot revolves around the darker sides of human nature, especially when complicated relationships come into the picture. The story examines a thought-provoking question: if we could actually make anyone vanish, would we do it? I had the chance to explore a lot of new approaches and experiences throughout the making of DELETE, which will cross the lines between genres like action and drama, and even include some special-effect spectacles.”

You can watch the trailer for the show here:

The show features many Thai celebrities including Ice-Natara Nopparatayapon, Nat Kitcharit, Fah-Sarika Sartsilpsupa, Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying, Duangjai Hiransri, Jaonaay Jinjett Wattanasin, Porntip Kitdamrongchai, Dujdao Vadhanapakorn, and Yasaka Chaisorn.

“The show’s emotional journey is brought to life by a cast packed with award-winning talent. These include Ice-Natara Nopparatayapon as the heir from a wealthy family, Nat Kitcharit playing a famous writer, and Fah-Sarika Sartsilpsupa as a woman trapped in a controlling marriage,” Netflix continued.

The streaming service recently faced controversy over a new policy charging users for password sharing.

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