Master of the House Web Series Release Date, Cast, Plot

Master of the House Review


Master of the House is an upcoming Thai web series on Netflix. The mysterious death of Asia’s largest diamond tycoon sets the stage for this show. Master of the House offers a thrilling exploration of human ambition and the extremes people will go to fulfill their desires, vividly portrayed in the distinctive style of Thai soap operas, or “lakorn.” Directed by Sivaroj Kongsakul, this premium drama blurs the lines between film and series, delivering bold and intense scenes featuring both rising stars and legendary actors. The series not only entertains with its high production quality and dramatic confrontations but also invites viewers to reflect on the use of power and greed in their own lives.

Master of the House Web Series Release Date, Cast, Plot

Master of the House Release Date

The web series is set to start streaming from 18th July 2024 on Netflix.


Master of the House Cast

  • Narilya Gulmongkolpech as Kaimook, the maid-turned-wife
  • Teerapong Leowrakwong as Roongroj, the pivotal tycoon
  • Chartayodom Hiranyasthiti as Phupat, the eldest son leading the family business
  • Thanavate Siriwattanagul as Mavin, the savvy younger son
  • Nusba Punnakanta as Padcha, Phupat’s wife
  • Claudia Chakrabandhu Na Ayudhya as Araya, Mavin’s snobbish wife and former actress
  • Tassawan Saeneewong as Yupin, the head housemaid

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Master of the House Plot

Master of the House, produced in partnership with Kantana Motion Pictures, begins with the mysterious death of Asia’s largest diamond tycoon, leading to intense power struggles within his family centered around his young and beautiful maid-turned-wife. Directed by Sivaroj Kongsakul, the series explores themes of power and greed, questioning how these impulses, if unchecked, can harm relationships, families, societies, and even nations. Sivaroj emphasizes the show’s compelling nature, as it not only entertains but also prompts viewers to reflect on the potential consequences of their ambitions.


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