Hugo Ng to Portray Kenneth Ma’s Father-in-Law in “Who Wants a Baby 2”

2018 drama, Who Wants A Baby? <BB來了>, was a success because of its relatable storyline. The drama boosted the careers of leads Lai Lok Yi (黎諾懿) and Ali Lee (李佳芯), even helping her win TVB Best Actress. Despite this, the sequel will not see the return of the original leads.

Instead, they will be replaced by Kenneth Ma (馬國明) and Eliza Sam (岑麗香). This will be Eliza’s comeback series since she took a hiatus from her career after marrying her husband, Joshua, and welcoming the couple’s son, Jacob. As a relatively new mom herself, Eliza seems to be the perfect actress for the parenting-centered drama.

In addition to the leads, the supporting cast is also seeing a complete overhaul, with new additions such as Hugo Ng (吳岱融), Mimi Kung (龔慈恩), Joseph Lee (李國麟), and Kiki Sheung (商天娥), who will portray Eliza and Kenneth’s parents respectively. Viewers can look forward to Hugo as Kenneth’s father-in-law in the drama.

Though the leads have changed, the child actor featured in the original Who Wants a Baby? is now a toddler and will star in the new drama, which will feature her “terrible twos.”

Kenneth revealed that principal photography for the drama hasn’t started yet due to the coronavirus outbreak impacting the filming schedule. The main cast was at TVB Studios earlier only for their costume fitting.

Source: Yahoo HK

This article is written by Huynh for

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  1. Oh the same couple from Dripping Sauce and Find Her Voice lol. Also why do they let Kwun Gor do so many dramas? He’s given so many opportunities.

    1. @oligodendrocytes
      Yeh Kwan Gor just don’t have it as a actor. Maybe he is suitable for slapstick comedies but that kind of face just can’t hack it with serious expressions for us to take him seriously. It just seems like TVB don’t have a clue. It’s just whoever’s available and there ain’t much there…

    1. @jcc10 Apparently Ali couldn’t do it because of schedule conflicts (or more due to her speaking out on the HK protesting) and so the director or whatever thought there wasn’t a point in putting Lai LokYi because he wouldn’t be with Ali.

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