HBO reveals cast of its first Thai-language series

Krissanapoom 'JJ' Pibulsonggram. (Photos © HBO GO)

HBO Asia recently announced the cast of its first Thai-language original series titled Forbidden, following the world premiere of the first two episodes at the Busan International Film Festival 2021.

Directed by Anucha Boonyawatana and co-directed by Josh Kim, Forbidden features a cast of popular Thai talent known both domestically and internationally.

The principal cast includes Krissanapoom "JJ" Pibulsonggram (Diary Tootsies, Great Men Academy); Chayanit "Pat" Chansangavej (Daughter, Turn Left Turn Right); Nat Kitcharit (I Told Sunset About You, App War); Oabnithi "Oab" Wiwattanawarang (Inhuman Kiss); Rinrada "Lin" Pornsombutsatien (Girl From Nowhere); and Thaneth "Ake" Warakulnukroh (The Deadline, In Family We Trust). The first images of Forbidden reveal the dark and mysterious happenings of four friends who travel from Bangkok to a remote village in the mountains for the funeral of the estranged father of one of the group. When the city kids unleash a curse long held at bay by the villagers, they discover cover-ups within cover-ups, and everyone is a suspect. But the woods conceal something worse than superstition, and soon they are all being hunted.

Chayanit Chansangavej and Nat Kitcharit. (Photos © HBO GO)

Forbidden is HBO Asia's first original Thai-language series produced by Infocus Asia.

The series, produced with the support of the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore, was created by showrunner Frank Smith and produced by Frank Smith and Charlyn Ng.

Forbidden will premiere early this year on HBO Go.


A scene from Forbidden. 

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