CTI Chairman Ricky Wong (王維基), CEO To Wai Bing (杜惠冰), and the cast and crew of the company’s new drama, Police Force Line <警界線> attended a blessing ceremony in Yuen Long yesterday. Ricky Wong began the ceremony by opening fire with a real gun, wishing for the new drama to surprise the world with a bang!
Starring Liu Kai Chi (廖啟智), Dominic Lam (林嘉華),and Leila Tong (唐寧), Police Force Line is a crime thriller written and produced by the creators behind TVB’s E.U. <學警狙擊>, the drama that debuted the popular Laughing Gor character portrayed by Michael Tse (謝天華). Liu Kai Chi portrays the main protagonist, who becomes a vigilante after being wrongfully imprisoned for many years. Dominic Lam portrays his antagonist, a cop with a dark past.
Filming for Police Force Line already began earlier this month. Leila Tong, who is portraying a cop for the first time, said that she has signed on for two years with CTI. She said, “This drama is more focused on the male characters, so I have more time to take care of my daughter!” Dominic Lam also revealed that it has been 30 years since he last collaborated with Liu Kai Chi!
Ricky Wong Plans for 300 Hours of Entertainment
Although CTI has yet to obtain a free TV license, Ricky Wong expressed his confidence in getting the license next year. He said, “I’m confident that the TV station will open next year. Right now we’re focusing on filming about 200 to 300 hours of TV drama and variety programs so it can be aired next year.” When asked if he plans to broadcast the dramas overseas first in case the station fails to obtain a license, Ricky Wong repeated, “I’m confident that the license will come to us next year.”
Police Force Line also stars Annie Liu On-lai (廖安麗), who portrays a thief, and Deno Cheung (張松枝), best known for his role as “Zhao Zilong” in TVB’s Three Kingdoms RPG <回到三國>. Felix Lok (駱應鈞) and Lam Lee (林利) will also make guest appearances.
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