Wednesday, December 13, 2017

New Banner


Shout out to Jacqueline (@jnewin10) for designing a new banner for Casual TVB! She even made sure to include all of my favourite historical dramas! Jacqueline has been a big supporter of Casual TVB from the very beginning. Check out her blog at HKoreanDramaIsland

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Overview - Come With Me



"There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear." Throughout the ages, it is common for men and women to make love. But for the newly-married social worker Eddie Cheung and sex therapist Sharon Chan, it is difficult. Although they have the professional knowledge to help others, they live under the same roof with multiple generations of their family. Their sex life has suffered, but it is hard to talk about. It turns out that other couples, including the germophobe geek Elena Kong and crude, middle-aged Louis Yuen, the May-December pair of Benz Hui and May Chan, and even teacher Sammy Sum and sex addict Grace Wong, each have different strange secrets in the bedroom. How can these macho men and virtuous ladies break the taboo and start a ground-shaking revolution for love?

Saturday, December 09, 2017

Come With Me Theme Song

The theme song for Come With Me is "Speak" (講), by Stephanie Ho, Louis Yuen, Sharon Chan, Ronald Law, Grace Wong and Hoffman Cheng.




Thursday, December 07, 2017

TVB Anniversary Awards 2017 Nomination List

This year's TVB Anniversary Awards will be held on January 21. The nomination list for 4 awards have been released so far.

Best Actor
Tony Hung (Recipes to Live By)
Wayne Lai (May Fortune Smile on You)
Ben Wong (Tiger Mom Blues)
Gallen Lo (Provocateur)
Eddie Cheung (The No-No Girl)
Frankie Lam (My Unfair Lady)
Vincent Wong (Legal Mavericks)
Raymond Cho (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
Edwin Siu (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
Ruco Chan (The Unholy Alliance)
Chris Lai (The Tofu War)
Pakho Chau (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Michael Miu (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Benjamin Yuen (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Roger Kwok (Oh My Grad)
Kenneth Ma (The Exorcist's Meter)
Bobby Au-Yeung (My Ages Apart)
Moses Chan (My Ages Apart)
Ha Yu (Heart of Greed 3)
Bosco Wong (Heart of Greed 3)

Best Actress
Rosina Lam (Burning Hands)
Sharon Chan (Tiger Mom Blues)
Elena Kong (Tiger Mom Blues)
Kristal Tin (Destination Nowhere)
Jacqueline Wong (Provocateur)
Adia Chan (The No-No Girl)
Jessica Hsuan (My Unfair Lady)
Natalie Tong (My Unfair Lady)
Sisley Choi (Legal Mavericks)
Nina Paw (The Unholy Alliance)
Nancy Wu (The Unholy Alliance)
Nancy Sit (The Tofu War)
Roxanne Tong (The Tofu War)
Priscilla Wong (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Mandy Wong (Nothing Special Force)
Ali Lee (My Ages Apart)
Louise Lee (Heart of Greed 3)
Susanna Kwan (Heart of Greed 3)
Michelle Yim (Heart of Greed 3)
Eliza Sam (Heart of Greed 3)

Best Supporting Actress
Stephanie Ho (Recipes to Live By)
Kaman Kong (Tiger Mom Blues)
Mandy Lam (Come Home Love: Lo and Behold)
Joyce Tang (Come Home Love: Lo and Behold)
Kelly Fu (Married But Available)
Vivien Yeo (My Dearly Sinful Mind)
Eileen Yeow (The No-No Girl)
Samantha Ko (My Unfair Lady)
Zoie Tam (My Unfair Lady)
Toby Chan (Legal Mavericks)
Tracy Chu (Legal Mavericks)
Rebecca Zhu (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
Grace Wong (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
Harriet Yeung (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
Elena Kong (The Unholy Alliance)
Elaine Yiu (The Unholy Alliance)
Alice Chan (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Susan Tse (The Exorcist's Meter)
Katy Kung (My Ages Apart)
Sharon Chan (Heart of Greed 3)

Best Supporting Actor
Hugo Ng (Burning Hands)
Matthew Ho (Tiger Mom Blues)
King Kong (Destination Nowhere)
James Ng (Destination Nowhere)
Mark Ma (Come Home Love: Lo and Behold)
Fred Cheng (Provocateur)
Matt Yeung (My Dearly Sinful Mind)
Max Cheung (My Unfair Lady)
Chris Lai (My Unfair Lady)
Andrew Yuen (My Unfair Lady)
Owen Cheung (Legal Mavericks)
Timothy Cheng (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
John Chiang (A General, A Scholar and A Eunuch)
Jimmy Au (The Unholy Alliance)
Joel Chan (The Unholy Alliance)
Samuel Kwok (The Unholy Alliance)
Carlo Ng (The Unholy Alliance)
Benz Hui (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Brian Tse (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Kenny Wong (Line Walker: The Prelude)
Ram Chiang (The Exorcist's Meter)
Anthony Ho (The Exorcist's Meter)
Hugo Wong (The Exorcist's Meter)
Hubert Wu (The Exorcist's Meter)
Louis Yuen (Heart of Greed 3)

Monday, December 04, 2017

TVB Sales Presentation 2018


Another Era



The corporate world is an epitome of society. Greed causes people to become obsessed with the moment and stop moving forward. Hate causes people to be caught up with the past, leading to suffering on both sides. The beginning of a new era requires not only dreams and vision, but also the countercurrent spirit of changing the impossible to the possible! The 2008 financial crisis swept the whole world. Ambitious businessman Roger Kwok seizes the opportunity to take over Hong Kong's largest corporation, but is blocked by wealthy businessman Pat Poon. Roger holds a grudge and looks for an opportunity to get revenge. Ten years later, Pat becomes the richest person in Hong Kong, yet encounters unfortunate circumstances. When his son is killed in an accident, Pat suffers a heart attack and falls into a coma. To manage the family business, his inexperienced daughter Niki Chow, with the help of private equity fund manager Frankie Lam, engages in a corporate war with Roger. When Pat awakens, he, along with Roger's wife (Tavia Yeung), Wu Fung's grandson (Benjamin Yuen), and a young entrepreneur (Pakho Chau) all join the battle. Everyone's fate become entangled as they stir up another battle of the century...

Interest level: 3.5/5. Only for cast. 


Deep in the Realm of Conscience



During the era of Emperor Shang of Tang, Steven Ma and his aunt Alice Chan stage a political coup. They promptly execute the empress dowager (Michelle Yim) who was eyeing the throne, and restore Lee Lung Kei as the rightful ruler. The palace appears to have returned to a peaceful state, but in fact, there is a surging undercurrent... On the imperial court, the winds are changing as Steven and Alice break into their own camps and oppose each other! In the inner palace, the concubines are fighting for power. Nancy Wu and Chrissie Chau establish their own camps and try to outwit each other. Palace guards Kenneth Ma and Edwin Siu and palace maids Annie Liu and Jacqueline Wong use their genuine personalities to paint a stroke of romance in the palace... In the inner palace, unsolved cases are rampant! After careful investigation, a shocking secret that has been hidden for many years is revealed. At the absolute peak is unpredictability! Behind the palace's high walls are scenes with soul-stirring emotions of love, hate, passion and revenge!

Interest level: 4/5. Very interesting historical period, but not a fan of the goody two-shoes characters. 


The Learning Curve of a Warlord



The early Republican era was filled with continuous warfare. Warlords established themselves in each region. This was a time period with no laws or justice. Whoever was stronger and meaner ruled. But it was precisely because of this absurdity that all kinds of weird stories happened. This series uses relaxing, humourous, ridiculous and exaggerated methods to portray Dicky Cheung's legendary life. He was a small character during a grand era who was promoted to warlord. A story that contains joys and sorrows, depicts the choices and results of each character during a chaotic time and brings enlightenment to the modern world. Corporal Dicky has no particular talents, only relying on his unscrupulous mind and silver tongue. Along with his friends, Tony Hung, Tsui Wing and Oscar Li, the four of them experience life and death situations on the battlefield. By luck, Dicky is promoted seven ranks to brigade captain, put in charge of a village and rewarded with three women to be his wives. Dicky believes he can now enjoy life, but instead he is faced with enemies on all sides. He uses brilliant schemes to resolve the risky situation and even strengthens his power. At this time, a series of weird incidents occur in the village. It turns out that the revolutionaries and the Japanese have infiltrated the village and the spies for each of the powers is Dicky's wives! How will Dicky solve this?

Interest level: 4/5. Dicky Cheung never disappoints! 


The Forgotten Valley



The story occurs during the early Republican era, a time period between conservatism and open-mindedness. Chinese people have been stuck in their ways for two thousand years, clashing with Western culture. But is it the Confucian traditions or rather, despicable humanity that is being oppressive? In a society that regards men as superior to women, the humanity of women has been twisted. Through stories of women being forced into slavery, concubinage and self-immolation, it reflects on the absurdity and tragedies of old society's backwards thinking and superstitions. Raymond Wong and Grace Chan are a couple that have been influenced by Western thinking. They want to reform their backwards, close-minded village, yet become embroiled in a mysterious ghost bride murder and kidnapping case. It turns out that a group of oppressed wives, concubines, daughters and maids have secretly formed a coalition to protect other female victims. In order to punish the bad men, they deliberately obscure matters. But accidents frequently arise and it even implicates Raymond and Grace. Upon investigation, the women coalition is exposed and the battle between men and women intensify. At this time, bandits invade the village. To defend their home, everyone lets go of their prejudices and join together to fight against the enemy. In the end, they understand the principles of gender equality and mutual respect.

Interest level: 0/5. Hard pass.


Daddy Cool



In 1945, during the occupation of Hong Kong, thirty year-old guerrilla fighter Carlos Chan was frozen by the Japanese army in their laboratory. Seventy-three years later, he is accidentally unfrozen and awakens. After many difficulties, Carlos finds his 73-year old son (John Chiang) and 47-year old grandson (Wayne Lai) in the year 2018. He discovers that John has a cunning character and is fraudulently on welfare, while Wayne is superstitious and greedy for money. Carlos desperately tries to bring his descendants back onto the right track. Meanwhile, he is assigned to work in the Social Welfare Department, where he meets a half-Japanese, half-Chinese girl, Rosina Lam. They break through barriers and fall in love. Patrica Ha, a secretive wealthy lady, falls in love with the "warm gentleman" Chris Lai and becomes involved in his murder trial. To help him beat the charges, she hires Wayne, a famous feng shui master, to set up a feng shui array. But Wayne ignores right and wrong because of his greediness, planting a root for trouble and even getting Carlos and John wrapped up in another murder case...

Interest level: 2/5. This sounds like a mix between Captain America and reverse A Chip off the Old Block.


Dong Yen's Time



"Who stole my time?" This is a common complaint among busy city people! This series uses the intersection of time and life as its theme. Through the unexpected adventures of the characters and the main leads' entanglement with life and death, a romantic fantasy develops. Benjamin Yuen is an ordinary worker. His time every day seems to be stolen by his job. One rare day, he was able to leave work on time, but is nearly killed as he was rushing home. Fortunately, a off-duty paramedic Natalie saves his life. Since then, Benjamin discovers that he has supernatural powers to steal other people's time and extend his life. Wandering at the edge of life and death makes Benjamin think about his experiences. There are major changes in terms of family, friends and work. But only he bears the burden of extending life, making him unable to be with Natalie, even though they love each other. In addition, Rebecca Zhu, who has a puzzling relationship with Benjamin, intervenes. Can Benjamin keep the touching moments?

Interest level: 1/5. Sounds dumb.


Apple-colada



The Fruit Market, located in the heart of Kowloon's Yau Ma Tei, has over a hundred years of history. Its location is convenient for sea and ground transportation, with its face to the harbour and back connected to the city. It has over two hundred shops, with more than 2000 employees, providing retail and wholesale distribution of fruits for Hong Kong and neighbouring regions. The unique architecture has over a hundred of years of history. Although it looks old and rickety, and unable to withstand the wind and rain, it has stood for a century. The reason is because within this community, there are many hidden heroes with huge power and contributions. But the "big sister" is not a triad leader; it is a new generation of self-motivated women. A minor celebrity (Alice Chan) who values money and fame, a principled teacher (Eliza Sam) and a bar girl (Crystal Fung) are the representative "big sisters." They live among a group of citizens who sell their labour and sweat profusely each day. The series describes how the three of them exhibit the female qualities of mutual love and warmth. Apple-colada will set the new model for virtue - loyalty and warmth.

Interest level: 1/5. TVB tries to talk about feminism, but still promotes stereotypes about women. 


Life on the Line


If CPR is administered within ten minutes of when the heart stops beating, the possibility of survival can increase by 90%. Paramedics are the first responders during this golden time period. Life on the Line uses realistic techniques and real cases. It received full cooperation from the fire department and conducted filming at the Fire Ambulance Services Academy and at a real ambulance station. It presents the most realistic and little-known side of paramedic work, revealing a paramedic's daily experiences between life and death. Faced with the solemn duty of rescue, they learn to respect life. They are humbled by the fate of life and learn that life is fickle. The highly experienced Principal Ambulanceman Joe Ma had a perfect, blissful family until a drunk driver caused the death of his wife. Because of this, he hates people who behave recklessly. By chance, Matthew Ho, whose parents divorced when he was young, becomes Joe's subordinate. Through the different cases that the two of them handle, the audience can feel that a paramedic's comforting words, or just silent accompaniment, can reduce the fear that citizens have when injured and the bleakness of death.

Interest level: 3/5. A series focused on paramedics is fresh, plus Matthew Ho is the new eye candy.


OMG, Your Honour



Using a relaxing, humourous, close to reality and simple style, through the experience of several new lawyers and their mentors, the series depicts the social changes and challenges in Hong Kong over the past two to three years. The large amount of courtroom scenes allows the audience to experience the judicial process with dramatic aspects. Among the cases are some recent high-profile and controversial cases in Hong Kong. Ben Wong and Eddie Kwan are famous lawyers in the city. They frequently battle each other in court and don't get along outside of court. They hold a grudge from a past case, as well as personal matters, putting them at odds with each other, but their apprentices become good friends. All of them are new lawyers, each with their way of living. Some hold fast to their principles, some are willing to discount their price; some depend on their former networks, some depend on their father's help, and some depend only on superficial work. As a rookie, the judge can scold you, the more experienced opposing counsel can make things difficult, and solicitors and paralegals who recommend cases to you can pressure you to lower your price. Being a lawyer is not as glamorous as everyone thinks. New lawyers must stumble along like this to grow up.

Interest level: 3.5/5. I'm sure I'll be objecting to what TVB thinks is the law, but I still like to watch legal dramas.


The Stunt



The series revolves around the lives of stuntmen in the movie industry. They have a seemingly glamorous, but actually very difficult job. The series reveals the danger and hardships and the dedication of stunt doubles. At the same time, the characters' friendship, family and romance are weaved into a heart-warming story. Through their choices and changes in attitude towards life and work, it shows the idea that even if the opportunity is not yours, you should not give up. As long as you work hard, you can shine in any position! The "Peak Stunt Team" used to be a famous stunt team in the Hong Kong movie industry, but as the movie industry declined, the team also fell from its peak. Two years ago, a team member got in an accident during filming and became permanently crippled. Shaun Tam blames himself for it and feels extremely guilty. He gradually dissolves the stunt team. This causes his relationship with his junior, Rebecca Zhu, to reach the bottom. To fulfill her late father's wishes, Rebecca does everything she can to make Shaun re-establish the team. After many difficulties, Shaun finally overcomes his psychological barrier and leads the team back to the filming studio. Shaun also discovers that he has other feelings towards his junior Rebecca.

Interest level: 3.5/5. Wonder if there will be some inside gossip about the entertainment industry.


Succession War



Ruco Chan is the most successful official of the Qing Dynasty, the 18th century's wealthiest person, and the "King of Corruption" who dominated the court and whose wealth rivaled the nation! This series uses as its blueprint, this intelligent and clever legendary figure who had ups and downs in his life. During the final 28 days of his life, Ruco engages in a fierce life or death battle with the Emperor, Shaun Tam. It depicts the dark side of humanity, where good and evil is difficult to distinguish. The characters' tangled and complicated battles and struggle for power detail the exquisite human nature. It is difficult to distinguish between friend and foe as each step presses closer and there is one climax after another. The rise and fall of dynasties and the replacement of rulers is part of the Mandate of Heaven. Ruco dominates the court, holding military power in his hands and has wealth that rivals the nation. He is a minister that is closer to imperial power than the Emperor! Shaun is an emperor in name only, without actual power and alone in battle. He endures humiliation and has lost to the circumstances. He is a ruler that is further from power than ordinary citizens! But within 28 days, Shaun is able to put Ruco to death! Did Ruco lose to Shaun or did he lose to his unrestrained ambition? Can humans dictate fate or is the Mandate of Heaven inviolable?

Interest level: 5/5. A historical series with Ruco Chan. Yes please!


Fist Fight



Three people with different backgrounds: famous British security guard Matt Yeung, Internet celebrity Vincent Wong, and Hong Kong police officer Phillip Ng. They meet at an international boxing competition organized by Vincent, thus beginning a series of adventures. The three of them make a major discovery. They are all naturally competitive, but there is also a secret commonality between them. After many twists and turns, they finally discover the reason for their profound fate. Each of their romantic paths are also full of challenges! Matt meets a passionate boxing coach (Tiffany Lau), who helps him resolve something that has been bothering him. The carefree Vincent meets a rookie bodyguard (Kamen Kong). He purposefully makes things difficult for her, but it only makes them become closer. Phillip, who doesn't do things by the book, leaves the police force and his relationship with his former partner, Rebecca Zhu, takes a turn for the worse. Later, they resolve their misunderstandings and even develop feelings for each other. Matt, Vincent and Phillip go from strangers to misunderstandings to going through challenges together to burying the hatchet, and in the end, falling out. Their brotherhood is tested. Ultimately, can they use their natural talents to disocver a shocking plot and reveal the real enemy?

Interest level: 3/5. The synopsis sounds corny, but I'm curious about the mystery.


Thursday, November 30, 2017

TVB Calendar 2018

Cover:


January:


February:


March: The Learning Curve of a Warlord


April: Daddy Cool


May: Apple-colada


June: Succession War


July: Life on the Line


August: Another Era


September: OMG, Your Honour


October: Fist Fight


November:


December: Justice Bao: The First Year



Monday, November 27, 2017

Heart of Greed 3 Theme Song

No Heart of Greed series is complete without a stirring theme song by Susanna Kwan. The theme song for the third installment is "I Am Innocent" (我本無罪).



Linda Chung sings the sub-theme song, an English tune entitled "I Promise".




A look back at the iconic theme songs for the previous two installments:

"Speechless" (講不出聲), Heart of Greed theme song


"Heart Appreciates" (心領), Heart of Greed sub-theme song


"Didn't Intend to Hurt You" (無心害你), Moonlight Resonance theme song


"Love Not Enough" (愛不疚), Moonlight Resonance sub-theme song



Overview - Heart of Greed 3



On the basis of their hard work, Louise Lee and husband Ha Yu develop their local restaurant into a real estate corporation. Louise's brother Bosco Wong even helps them get listed on the stock market. Ha Yu initially didn't want to be listed, but he remembers a favor Joseph Lee did for him years ago by helping him avoid a criminal conviction. Now, with Joseph's family print business on the verge of bankruptcy, Ha Yu is persuaded by Bosco's idea to benefit both families through a merger. His sister-in-law (Susanna Kwan) and her brother (Louis Yuen) vehemently oppose the idea. In addition, he has grievances with Joseph's wife (Michelle Yim) and is unimpressed by the family holding themselves out as upper-class people. But with Louise's support, they eventually reach a deal to merge. Unfortunately, the merger triggers a series of disasters for both families. The difference between the grassroots and the wealthy gives rise to intense conflicts. The relationship between Ha Yu's second son Vincent Wong and Joseph's only daughter Eliza Sam is full of obstacles, eventually forcing Vincent to leave. Louise is heartbroken. She is hit again when a scandal emerges between her eldest daughter Sharon Chan and a married man (Michael Tong). Even her beloved brother Bosco has a huge change in personality and has an ambiguous relationship with his friend Priscilla Wong. As the two families are torn apart, they also face a long-brewing storm of revenge...


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

My Ages Apart Theme Song

The theme song for My Ages Apart is by Hacken Lee, entitled "Across Generations" (誇世代).




Monday, November 06, 2017

Overview - My Ages Apart



The mentor-mentee pair of Bobby Au-Yeung and Moses Chan are widely lauded in the banking industry. However, to advance his career, Moses purposefully transfers Bobby to a foreign office. Unfortunately, Bobby's plane crashes on the way there. When he awakens, he discovers that he is now in the body of an post-'90s youth, James Ng, who lives with his aunt, Maggie Siu. Bobby watches as Moses flirts with his wife, Kristal Tin, and wealthy heiress Ali Lee. As Bobby tries to figure out how to recover what he had lost, he meets a sixty year old man, Louis Cheung. The two click instantly. It turns out that Louis experienced the same fate of switching bodies. The two of them investigate how they can return to their own bodies. When Bobby discovers that James is actually the banker Benz Hui's illegitimate son, he and Louis plan a revenge scheme. But it unexpectedly causes Moses to fall from a building and suffer serious injuries. Bobby finally realizes that he misunderstood Moses. The three of them try to get close to Benz and his family. Bobby enters the bank and starts working from the bottom. Moses ruins the engagement between Ali and his friend Sammy Leung. Louis drives a wedge between Benz's second daughter Elena Kong and her husband Eddie Kwan. As this cross-generation battle gradually spreads, it builds a unexpected new world...


Sunday, October 29, 2017

The Exorcist's Meter Theme Song

The theme song for The Exorcist's Meter is "Here for a Visit" (到此一遊), sung by Hubert Wu



Hubert also performs the ending theme song, "Out of Reach" (遙不可及).



The sub-theme song is by Jinny Ng, entitled "Blood-Weeping Rose" (泣血薔薇).




Saturday, October 28, 2017

Overview - The Exorcist’s Meter



Night-shift taxi driver Kenneth Ma lost his parents at a young age. After narrowly escaping death multiple times, he has seen through the vanity of the world and has adopted a "need no achievements, make no mistakes" attitude towards life. But inside Kenneth's heart, there is one name - Mandy Wong. Every day, he drives this doctor to and from work, cherishing the time that belongs to only the two of them. Little does he know that he will become her guardian in the future.

One night, Kenneth urinates on a public highway and releases the curse of the hundred-year old spirit (Hubert Wu). Kenneth experiences a series of inconceivable events and sees things that other people cannot see. When Moon Lau, the online radio host of a supernatural show, learns of this, she continuously pesters Kenneth. Kenneth is initially annoyed by this, but eventually starts to conquer demons alongside Hubert to make money. Unfortunately, his supernatural powers brings bad luck to the people around him. A horrifying car accident causes Mandy's soul to leave her body. Kenneth, Hubert and Moon work together to investigate and discover that the accident was actually a careful set-up by police officer Hugo Wong...


Friday, October 20, 2017

The Police Career of Michael Miu

Michael Miu joins the police force after graduating from high school and is assigned to the Criminal Investigation Department. He proves to be a brilliant detective and solves many cases, but eventually quits to run his own detective agency. (Into Thin Air).




After several years, Michael decides to return to the police force as an instructor at the Police Training School. One of the cadets is Officer Ron Ng. (The Academy)




Next, Michael oversees a massive undercover operation in a mission to take down the triads (movie Wo Hu)




Following the mission, Michael is promoted to Senior Inspector. He collaborates with Foon Hei Gor during a hostage situation. (movie McDull, The Alumni)




Afterwards, Michael rejoins the Criminal Investigation Department and leads the A-team (Gun Metal Grey)

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He transfers to the Narcotics Bureau and works under Ben Sir. (Highs and Lows)




At the Criminal Intelligence Bureau, Michael twice has to go on a mission to search for missing undercover agents. He comes into contact with Foon Hei Gor again, who has now defected to the triads. Michael is promoted to Chief Inspector and later, to Superintendent. (Line Walker and Line Walker: The Prelude)

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Michael announced that he will be joining the Special Duties Unit. (Flying Tigers)


Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Miriam Yeung & Real Ting - Parallel

Miriam Yeung and her husband Real Ting collaborate for the first time to record the theme song for the Chinese drama Legend of Heavenly Tear: Phoenix Warriors. The song is entitled "Parallel" (平行). Real's cousin, Allan Ting, stars in the drama.




Monday, September 25, 2017

Oh My Grad Theme Song

Mag Lam sings the theme song for Oh My Grad, entitled "After Graduation" (畢業之後).




Overview - Oh My Grad



The school established by Wu Fung and Helena Law is a low requirement, low tuition institution that has quietly cultivated teachers. Faced with an academic fraud scandal and financial crisis, they urgently call on their sons, Roger Kwok and Bob Lam, to save the school. Roger serves as the school's principal, while Bob serves as a member of the school council, but the brothers' philosophies towards education are polar opposites. To avoid adding to the mess, they hire public relations specialist Ada Choi to fix the situation. Roger, who lacks managerial experience, is unhappy with Ada's profit-oriented methods. But not only does Ada ignore him, she gets stronger as she goes, as she is directed by the school management committee to help wealthy heir Babyjohn Choi graduate. However, Babyjohn does not care about studying and instead, becomes involved in a love triangle with Thai-Chinese student Eliza Sam and mahjong expert Mag Lam. Meanwhile, Mag's arch-nemeses, May Chan and Momo Wu, spread rumours that Mag is in a May-December relationship with fellow classmate Ram Chiang. In addition, there is the gangster Louis Cheung and the secretive Wong Cho Lam. The school is finally forced to the brink by these extraordinary students...


This series should be called "Oh My God (why was this ever made?)"

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Nothing Special Force Theme Song

The theme song for Nothing Special Force is performed by Kayee Tam, entitled "Happy Cheerful Person" (快樂快活人).




Saturday, September 23, 2017

Overview - Nothing Special Force



Initially a future star in the police force, Ben Wong changes his attitude towards life due to a hereditary disease. He begins to slow down and enjoy every moment of life. He gains the recognition of Chief Inspector Geoffrey Wong and is transferred to the Miscellaneous Enquiries unit. He manages a team of extraordinary people, including a lazy former undercover (C Kwan), an over-passionate conspiracy theorist and rookie (Jacqueline Wong), a muscular, warm gentleman nicknamed "Fighter Plane" (Arnold Kwok) and a fiery tempered, pregnant single mom (Mandy Wong). All non-criminal cases that cannot be categorized are handled by the Miscellaneous Unit. Mandy ignores Ben's objections and insists on investigating death cases, taking what is colloquially called the "death king's post". Despite their disagreements, they establish mutual trust. Mandy even encourages Ben to overcome his illness, but Ben still hasn't gotten over his ex-girlfriend (Joyce Tang), so he remains silent. Unexpectedly, a mistake by C Kwan during an operation puts Mandy in danger. Ben tries his best to search for Mandy based on his intermittent memory...


Line Walker: The Prelude - Death Toll


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Death Toll: 21
Current Episode: 20

Spoilers Ahead!



Does not include unnamed minor characters