Have you ever wished you could erase someone from your life? This power is entirely possible in the ominous world of DELETE, thanks to a mysterious device that has the ability to erase a person from existence. Those who come into contact with this dangerous power quickly discover that it brings out their worst instincts.
On June 28, the new Thai series DELETE makes its global Netflix debut. This is Parkpoom Wongpoom’s first foray into the world of television. He’s also a co-writer on this project and says this about it: “DELETE’s thrilling and extraordinary plot revolves around the darker sides of human nature, especially when complicated relationships are involved.
The story explores an intriguing question: if we could actually make anyone disappear, would we? Throughout the production of DELETE, I had the opportunity to experiment with a variety of new approaches and experiences, which will blur the lines between genres such as action and drama, and even include some special-effect spectacles.”
The emotional journey of the show is brought to life by an all-star cast. Ice-Natara Nopparatayapon plays the heir to a wealthy family, Nat Kitcharit portrays a famous writer, and Fah-Sarika Sartsilpsupa plays a woman trapped in a controlling marriage.
“This series encompasses a variety of captivating elements,” says Ice-Natara Nopparatayapon. It makes a big impact by combining intense drama and genuine action sequences.” Meanwhile, Nat Kitcharit is confident that the tight collaboration between the show’s cast and creators will leave a lasting impression on viewers. “Immersion in this character has pushed me to grow and refine my craft as an actor,” he adds.
Working with the DELETE cast was described as “training or collaborating within a group of amazingly talented and hardworking people” by Fah-Sarika Sartsilpsupa. Jaonaay-Jinjett Wattanasin, Charlette Wasita Hermenau, and Hunger co-stars Aokbab-Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying and Peter-Nopachai Jayanama round out this talented cast.