A gif from Thai Drama ‘Hormones.’
Guess what? Some Thai dramas are now available on Netflix!
Asian dramas are really starting to spread internationally. It’s great that we now have a blend of Korean, Chinese/Taiwanese, Japanese, and now Thai dramas on Netflix. (Now, if only Netflix could get the rights to Filipino dramas, I’d be one happy camper.)
Aren’t you all just as surprised as I am? Honestly, so am I. Without GMMTV, I wouldn’t be able to watch most Thai dramas. The good news is that Thai dramas are starting to appear on Netflix. Sadly, it’s not easy to track them down unless you’re already familiar with the titles like I am. That said, I’ve managed to pull together a list of Thai dramas that I found.
It would be useful if Netflix added a category for Thai dramas. I know some of these dramas popped up on Netflix as far back as April. I really want to take the time to recognize these dramas. Also, please take note that licenses don’t last forever. I have no idea what kind of licensing agreement Netflix has made. It might be a good idea to watch what you can.
If you need help searching for Thai Dramas on Netflix, my suggestion is to use the search bar. You will want to search for ‘Thai dramas.’ Also, you will have to sift through the results to identity what is what. Unfortunately, the search results are not always 100% accurate. It’s not a fool proof method, either.
These are mostly teen/young adult dramas and may not be everyone’s cup of tea. Some of these dramas are a few years older or more. If I remember correctly, I think Club Friday and/or Hormones used to be available on GMMTV’s youtube channel. I’m not 100% sure and I don’t see them there, either.
Thai Dramas on Netflix
Hormones (Thai): This drama features issues and experiences of Thai teenagers in high school such as relationship, sexuality, sex, bullying, school gang violence and substance abuse. Family issues are also gradually revealed as the series progresses.
O-Negative (Thai): O-negative drama is remake for O-negative movie (1998). It’s about the story of five friends who loved decorative arts. They met randomly during the ceremony on the first day of class. One day, the freshmen were required to donate blood. They learned then that the 5 of them have the same blood type, O-negative.
Club Friday To Be Continued: My Beautiful Tomboy (Thai): A change in sexual identity complicates young Meen’s relationships, while memories of a past romance remain fresh.
Club Friday To Be Continued: Friend & Enemy (Thai): A love triangle spirals out of control, wreaking havoc on a couple’s relationship and a friendship between two women.
Club Friday To Be Continued: The Promise (Thai): Two young lovers vow to stay friends through thick and thin, but separation test their bond until fate allows them to reunite.
HA Unlimited (Thai): Three comedians launch a company designed to spread happiness far and wide in this Thai sitcom packed with gags, sound effects and special guests.
Blood & Treasures (Thai): Condemned by a centuries-old vow to protect her kingdom’s treasures, an embittered spirit returns to seek justice against the man who wronged her.
Love Rhythms – Accidental Daddy (Thai): A successful DJ’s bachelor lifestyle is upended by a young woman who claims to be his long lost daughter.
The Underwear (Thai): Virtual and real worlds collide as a group of teenagers who are grappling with matters of the heart cross paths in a cafe and on an anonymous website.
Fatal Destiny (Thai): A young man from a humble family is drawn into a life of crime and soon confronts a determined cop in hot pursuit.
Bangkok Bachelors (Thai): Three young men leading carefree bachelors’ lives in the city face the trials of true love when they meet three beautiful women.
Reality of Dream (Thai): Five friends from college chase their post-grad dreams of becoming a successful writer, film director, singer, rich wife, and out-and-proud hair stylist.
Monkey Twins: (Thai) Inspired by Khon dance drama and Thai martial arts, a fighter scarred by the past joins forces with a determined cop to battle an organized crime ring.
Project S: (Thai) Sports and friendship intertwine in tales of a volleyball team, an autistic badminton player, a skateboarder with depression, and an archer-club crush.
Love Sick: (Thai) Love and academics get complicated at an all-male college that happens to be located next to an all-female high school.
Girl From Nowhere: (Thai) A mysterious, clever girl named Nanno transfers to difference schools, exposing the lies and misdeeds of the students and faculty at every turn.
The Judgement: (Thai) After a traumatic incident at a party makes her a target of gossip and derision, a young college student tries to change her school’s toxic culture.
Behind The Newsroom: (Thai) Confident and cool under pressure, top news present Punchalee meets her match in the conniving Dao, who’ll stop at nothing to fulfill her ambitions.
Castle of Stars: (Thai) As four couples with different lifestyles go through the ebbs and flows of joy and sorrow, each must learn how to live a good life.
The Stranded: (Thai) When a tsunami strands dozens of teens on an island at their private school, they soon realize no rescuers are coming and they must save themselves. Netflix Original. Episodes are not yet available.
Oh My Ghost: When a skilled but timid chef is possessed by a sassy spirit, her newfound confidence catches the eye of her longtime crush, a culinary hotshot.
Tips & Tricks
Netflix sorts everything by genres. Sometimes these are so specific that there is no easy way to track them down. I’ve managed to find some specific links that I hope aid you in finding what you want. Hope this process makes Netflix easier to navigate. You can always search by these genres and Netflix should pull mostly relevant content.
FYI, some of these links will display redundant content. I hope these categories make it a little easier to find Thai dramas.
**If you find that any of the above dramas are no longer available on Netflix, please let me know. I will try to update this post at least once a month.**