In this post, I will list some TVB dramas set to air in 2018, and what they will be a “sequel”/”prequel”/”remake”/”____” of~
This is actually quite cheap of TVB to save their dramas, i.e. finding their old hits, and trying to exploit ratings in a game of “let’s make a franchise out of this because it seems like the first installment worked,” but whatever. Don’t expect too much.
I’ve actually contemplated about whether or not I should even write this post, as I’ve actually stopped watching Running Man. “Watching,” in the sense that I watch each fresh episode every single week — I’ve only watched a select few of the recent episodes because (1) I ran out of other things to watch & (2) I wanted to see how they were doing.
I previously said that I would quit Running Man, and ironically, after all that mess happened with RM being back on air with 2 new members, I’ve “quit” now, rather than before. Here are my reasons: Continue reading →
Despite what people said about Suzy’s performance in “Uncontrollably Fond,” I was not deterred from sinking my teeth into this drama. Personally, I’ve experienced multiple déjà vu moments in my life, and these carry more meaning for me because I don’t really dream (or I just don’t remember them), so a story that revolves around people capable of dreaming future events and working hard to prevent them and change the course off the event? Hook, line and sinker!
Don’t worry, unlike certain Chinese dramas, this remake is legit, in the sense that tvN bought the rights and consulted with the producers of Criminal Minds for this production. Let’s get right to it —