Thai heartthrobs Lee Thanat, Singto Prachaya, Pluem Purim, and Foei Patara will satisfy your cravings for ‘kilig’ and sweets in the all-new drama-comedy series “Baker Boys,” which streams for free on iWantTFC as it simulcasts in Thailand.
The series drops new episodes with English subtitles every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 PM (Manila time) starting November 24 and 25, while Filipino-dubbed episodes will be available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 PM starting November 30 and December 1.
“Baker Boys” follows the sweet moments and mysteries surrounding the newly opened Sweet Day Café, where customers are treated to mouth-watering desserts and friendly service.
Meet the owner and the lone son of a billionaire, Punn (Lee), who hates sweets but put up the bakery to attract girl customers. He hires the charming chef Weir (Singto), the so-called ‘God of Pastry’ who claims he has the ability to make anyone fall in love with him and whose creations keep customers coming back.
Weir will be assisted by his apprentice Krathing (Pluem), a former boxer with a sweet tooth and an enthusiasm to learn baking. There is also Pooh (Foei), Punn’s panicky personal bodyguard who will soon work as a waiter at Sweet Day Café.
As the bakery begins to get popular, the four boys will be shrouded in the controversy caused by the sudden disappearance of a kid. A reporter, Monet (Jamie Juthapich), arrives to look into the case and finds out that the girl mysteriously went missing after she visited Sweet Day Café.
The puzzling case will get even bigger, triggering a hunt for the villain and putting the relationship of Punn, Weir, Krathing, and Pooh to the test as they face the ups and downs of running a business, romance, and friendship.
What will the four boys and Jamie discover about the bakery? Who is to blame for the sudden disappearance of the kids?
“Baker Boys” is Singto’s third series to stream on iWantTFC after his own “Come To Me” and “I’m Tee, Me Too” became available on the streaming platform. iWantTFC also offers free access to other popular Thai BL titles such as “Bad Buddy,” “2gether,” “Still 2gether,” “Theory of Love,” “Dark Blue Kiss,” “A Tale of Thousand Stars,” and “The Shipper.”