The Thai adaptation of Boys Over Flowers, known as F4 Thailand, made its re-run debut on Kapamilya platforms; how did it perform in TV ratings?
According to the most recent Nielsen NUTAM People survey, the Kapamilya Asianovela emerged victorious in its timeslot, surpassing its Kapuso competitor, ‘Jinxed At First (JAF).’
On February 5, the premiere episode of F4 Thailand secured a rating of 2.8 percent, claiming the 17th spot on the overall ratings chart. The Filipino-dubbed Thai series outperformed JAF by 0.4 percent, as JAF garnered 2.4 percent in ratings.
F4 Thailand’s success extended the winning streak of Primetime Bida in the late-night 4th slot. Its predecessor, Zoomers, also achieved victory in its finale episode on February 2, scoring 2.7 percent, which was 0.1 percent higher than JAF’s 2.6 percent.
Originally airing on Kapamilya platforms on December 19, 2021, F4 Thailand follows the narrative of a charismatic girl, Gorya, from a lower-class family, who enrolls in a prestigious university. There, she encounters the elite F4 clique, consisting of wealthy and spoiled boys named Thyme, Ren, Kavin, and MJ.
Known for their bullying tendencies, F4 subjects Gorya to a series of pranks, making her life miserable. However, Thyme, the leader with a notorious temperament, becomes captivated by Gorya’s spunk when she publicly embarrasses him and stands up to the group.
Thyme romantically pursues Gorya, but he must contend with Ren, the quiet and mysterious F4 member who forms a deep connection with Gorya.
Throughout their journey, Gorya and F4 become entangled in a whirlwind of adventure, learning meaningful lessons in love, family, and friendship.