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Lek Code Pikheat is the lakorn movie. Thai Dramas, also commonly referred to as lakorns, are a popular genre of fiction in Thai television. In Thai, they are called “ละครโทรทัศน์” (“lakhon thorathat”; lit. television drama) or “ละคร” (lakhon or lakorn). Most Thai dramas are adaptations of pre-existing novels.
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A series usually runs for about three months, broadcasting two or three episodes per week. An episode of a prime-time drama is usually two hours long, including commercials, whereas regular lakorns normally run for either an hour or 30 minutes. When internationally broadcast, the runtime is around 45 minutes per episode. A channel will usually broadcast three dramas at once during different timeslots, each featuring a separate story.
The most common timeslots are Monday–Tuesday, Wednesday–Thursday, and Friday–Sunday. They are generally shown at prime-time on Thai television channels, starting at 20:30. After the 2014 Thai coup d’état, the lakorns were briefly interrupted or broadcast on delay on Friday nights due to simulcast of the government-required Weekly Address by the Prime Minister of Thailand.
The Weekly Address would end between 20:50 and 21:00, after which the lakorns would resume broadcast. In July 2019, the Weekly Address was discontinued shortly before the new cabinet was established after the 2019 Thai general election. Featured dramas are usually broadcast right after the news to gather more views, while smaller productions and shorter dramas are broadcast between 17:00 and 18:00. Sometimes, if a drama is popular enough, it is re-run several years after its initial release, generally in the afternoon.
The largest broadcasters are Channel 3, Channel 5, and Channel 7, as well as, to a lesser extent, Channel 9. Unlike other Asian countries, Thai actors and actresses are also often not signed to a third-party entertainment company but directly to the broadcaster. Therefore, channels also compete for who has the most popular celebrities signed under them and try to attract viewers through their cast.