Sud Kaen Saen Rak (Thai: สุดแค้นแสนรัก; lit: "most hate, most love") is Thai TV series aired on Channel 3 from April 18, 2015, to May 29, 2015, on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 08:15 pm.

Sud Kaen Saen Rak
Also known asThe Hated Rivals
Genre
Based onSud Kaen Saen Rak by Chulamanee
Written by
Directed byKrit Sukramongkol
Adul Prayanto
Starring
Opening theme"Chep Ni Cham Chon Tai"
(Thai: เจ็บนี้จำจนตาย)
performed by Nadda Wiyakarn
Ending theme"Pae Rak"
(Thai: แพ้รัก)
performed by Nan Wathiya
Country of originThailand
Original languageThai
No. of episodes18
Production
Executive producerMayurachat Muenpasitiwet
ProducerKrit Sukramongkol
CinematographyAdul Prayanto
Running time150 minutes
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays at 08:15 pm (ICT)
Production companiesMaker K
Channel 3
Original release
NetworkChannel 3
ReleaseApril 18 (2015-04-18) –
May 29, 2015 (2015-05-29)
Related
Krong Kram (2019)

It reruns every day starting April 21, 2022 from 08:50 am to 10:25 am on weekdays and 9:15 am to 10:25 am on Saturday and Sunday.[1]

Plot edit

The whole story takes place in Nakhon Sawan, 240 km (149.1 mi) north of Thailand's capital, Bangkok, from 1972 to 2011 over two generations.

It tells the story of two families. Hatred and love closely intertwined the lives of two families.

Cast edit

Main edit

Parental generation

Second-generation

Supporting edit

Parental generation

Second-generation

Cameoes edit

 
Casts of the series (second-generation)

Production & reception edit

The series based on a novel in same title by Chulamanee, Nakhon Sawan novelist. It was his second work adapted into a television series, following Ching Chang in 2009 on Channel 5.[2]

Filming lasted 16 months, starting in January 2014. Before the broadcast, Sud Kaen Saen Rak was thought to be just an outsider series.

It tells the story of three generations of intertwining lives and the family grudges that befall them. Loaded with melodrama, and the over-the-top physical and verbal fights between female characters that became the show's iconic scenes, it unexpectedly became extremely popular among Thai viewers and became the talk of the town in 2015.[3][4][5] The average rating was 7.04, with the finale reaching 11.92, highest of the Channel 3 in the year.[6]

The series was highly acclaimed. Especially the protagonist "Yaem" played by the veteran singer and actress Rutklao Amaradit, Yaem is an old woman with a very insidious and shrewish. She is the one who plots the life of her eldest son and grandson to hate their wife and mother.

Awards and nominations edit

Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
Siamdara Star Awards 2015 Best TV Series Sud Kaen Sean Rak Won
Best Director (TV Series) Krit Sukramongkol
Adul Prayanto
Won
Rising Performer Vichayut Limratanamongkol Won
Best Villain Ratklao Amaradit Won
Seesan Awards 2015 Popular TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won
Best Director (TV Series) Krit Sukramongkol
Adul Prayanto
Won
Best Actress Ratklao Amaradit Won
30th TV Gold Awards Best TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won
Best Supporting Actress Pornchita na Songkhla Nominated
Best Actress Ratklao Amaradit Nominated
Best Director (TV Series) Krit Sukramongkol
Adul Prayanto
Nominated
Best Creative TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Nominated
Best Screenplay Yingyot Panya Nominated
MThai Top Talk-about 2016 Popular Actress Ratklao Amaradit Won
Popular TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won
13th Kom Chad Luek Awards Best Screenplay Yingyot Panya Won
Best Supporting Actor Vorarit Fuangarome Won
Best Supporting Actress Manatsanun Phanlerdwongsakul Nominated
Best Actress Ratklao Amaradit Won
Best TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won
Popular Thai TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Nominated
7th Nataraj Awards Best Cinematography Adul Prayanto Nominated
Best OST Chep Ni Cham Chon Tai Won
Best Screenplay Yingyot Panya Nominated
Best Casts Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won
Best Supporting Actress Pornchita na Songkhla Won
Best Supporting Actress Manatsanun Phanlerdwongsakul Nominated
Best Actress Ratklao Amaradit Won
Best Director Krit Sukramongkol
Adul Prayanto
Won
Best TV Series Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won
International Drama Festival in Tokyo 2016 Best Foreign Drama Sud Kaen Saen Rak Won [7]

Sequel edit

The sequel Krong Kam aired in 2019 on the same channel.[2]

International broadcast edit

It was broadcast on Cambodia's PNN TV in 2016.

References edit

  1. ^ ""อีแย้ม" หวนคืนจอ เปิดเรื่องราวรอยแค้นฝังลึกมิอาจคืนดี ใน "สุดแค้นแสนรัก"". Thairath (in Thai). 2022-04-21. Retrieved 2022-05-08.
  2. ^ a b Katoey News Adminpage (2021-09-17). "ส่องความเป็นไทย ในจักรวาลนครสวรรค์". Sanook.com (in Thai). Retrieved 2022-05-07.
  3. ^ Zoom (2015-07-14). "บ้านหนองนมวัว...วันนี้ ไม่มี "อีแย้ม" มีแต่ "เจ๊วีณา"". Thairath (in Thai). Retrieved 2022-05-07.
  4. ^ "The show must go on". Bangkokpost. 2015-12-29. Retrieved 2022-05-07.
  5. ^ Panya, Duangkamol (2016-08-07). "Death becomes her". Bangkokpost. Retrieved 2022-05-07.
  6. ^ jimmy_iammai (2020-07-30). "สรุปเรตติ้ง สุดแค้นแสนรัก, กรงกรรม, ทุ่งเสน่หา". Bloggang.com (in Thai). Retrieved 2022-05-10.
  7. ^ "International Drama Festival in TOKYO 2016". BEC (in Thai). 2019-11-07. Retrieved 2022-05-07.

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