Hotshot reporter Ad usually flies solo while on assignment. But when he discovers an angel, and a corpse, he needs an unexpected assist from above.
Ad and Tep dig deeper into the mystery of Nite’s murder. Complicating matters, the newsman’s job is on the line as the angel’s dilemma comes to light.
Change proves to be a challenge as Ad and Tep grapple with their new realities: The reporter covers a terror attack, and the angel heads to the mall.
The terror story hits home for a hardened reporter while an innocent life hangs in the balance. Tep puts his unique skills to good use on the job.
It’s all hands on deck as everyone scrambles to get the scoop on the murder of a taekwondo star. But Ad begins to buckle under the deadline pressure.
While Ad covers a famed singer’s suicide, Tep teams up with Wathi, gets schooled on office politics and reaches out to unhappy small-business owners.
Following his heart, Tep takes on Wathi, then joins Ad to cover a desperate blogger on the edge. Later, the angel gives Da a shoulder to cry on.
As Tep spruces up his Facebook profile, the angel's and Ad’s reputations grow. But Ms. Ubon’s craving for higher ratings may divide the dynamic duo.
Debauched angel Man takes Tep clubbing and entices him with booze, babes and betting while Ad deals with temptation and the inevitable fallout.
Kaew taps Tep to track down a tape with Ad's story on an optical shop for the poor. But the task -- and the day -- would test the patience of a saint.
Mysteries consume the crew as Ad, Tep and Da roll out to investigate a taxi garage fire and Wathi interrogates the staff about his missing files.
Ad’s stock at Thaitat rises while he looks into the death of a woman embroiled in a complex romance. Meanwhile, Tep is torn between two women.
Ad and Tep peel back the layers of a love life. The newsman accuses the angel of playing Da and Kaew, and Pang and Tep make a gruesome discovery.
The Thaitat team goes undercover to get the scoop on an illegal abortion clinic. An outraged Ad confronts Tep, who faces tough choices at every turn.
As floodwaters move in, Ad makes a major sacrifice and learns he’s a meme. Heaven's gate opens, and Tep reconnects with a much-changed kindred spirit.
Tragic events spur Tep’s change of heart. Ad tries to rack up good karma. Ms. Ubon rages from afar, and Wathi takes the heat for a sudden resignation.
The entire Thaitat team gathers at the hospital to show their support for Ad and Kaew as her bandages are removed. Wathi, however, is out for revenge.
Tep says his goodbyes, but his hungover chauffeur, Ad, oversleeps. Will the angel get to heaven's gate on time -- and avoid the media circus?