“Rosy Business 4” to Start Filming in March 2022

Wayne Lai (黎耀祥) and Sheren Tang (鄧萃雯) received career breakthroughs in 2009’s Rosy Business <巾幗梟雄>, which has since spawned a lucrative franchise for TVB. Generating electrifying chemistry together onscreen, the pair is set to reunite for the fourth installment of the series.

After having a fallout in 2013 over the lack of quality control in TVB’s scriptwriting process, Sheren has been absent in the station’s dramas. In November 2020, Sheren agreed to film Rosy Business 4, which is said to be the icebreaker in her tenuous relationship with TVB. Taking place in the Republican Era, the drama is a co-production between TVB and Chinese streaming platform, Youku.

Despite priority on the project, filming was delayed this year due to the pandemic and script changes. In July, Youku was dissatisfied with the script quality and would reportedly withdraw funding, with speculations that the entire project would be scrapped.

Apparently, TVB has ironed out the dilemma and production is still on track. The cast will start filming in March 2022.

On social media, Wayne posted a photo of Sheren and himself while writing, “All of life’s encounters can be summed up to reunions after a long time. We need to cherish these reunions as well as the new bonds that we form. Friendship lasts forever, and we can only hope that people last as long.”

As the post seems to hint that he and Sheren will be reuniting for Rosy Business 4, netizens immediately expressed their excitement calling them by their character names!

Source: On.cc

This article is written by Kiki for JayneStars.com.

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  1. the script for 3 was so poor that no good acting could salvage. don’t ruin this legendary partner couple

    1. Apparently it is the original scriptwriters and such who worked on the amazing first 2 installments, returning to do this 4th one. Im sure without their power, sheren would not have agreed. It has to have something there to capture her back. Fingers-crossed!

    2. Yup and that shows how important the story/plotline and script to a story are. There is much more to any series rather than just the cast.

  2. Why can’t they just do a modern version instead of doing yet another version in the republican era?

  3. Please pretty please DO NOT put include stupid love triangles/quadrants among characters and DO NOT focus on romance among characters…

    1. there was very little emphasis on romance in the first two. there was certainly love between the two leads but more like companionship and loving each other b/c they understand each other’s predicament. i agree that the excessive and unnecessary romance plot line in asian drama these days really drags the entire show down and very boring.

  4. Why can’t they think of a new story instead of recycling the same old ones…I guess they are out of ideas.

  5. …wow… So many surprises after my own hiatus from JS… I agree with the above posters. Why not move to modern world. There’s a whole lot of political turmoil they can draw from. But then again, that’s risky af. Also, yes, please NO love triangles, unnecessary love-dovey BS, and pls gawd pls no rape / awkward bed scene / unneeded back/leg/side baring —so so cringey.

      1. @momo Yea, hence I said “risky af” lol. So any confirmation on who’s the scriptwriter and producer? From this article, it doesn’t sound like the original ones since it sucked so badly that Youku threated to pull funding? Youku is China Mainland based right? Isn’t C-drama heavy with romance?

        A big reason I like the 1st and 2nd ones is because no romance between the 2 leads. The supporting ones were so draggy already. 2nd one couldn’t been at least 5 eps shorter if they cut back Fala / Raymond, and side “love/lust” with one Japanese “general” iirc.

        1st would be just as perfect if they cut out Ron and that girl and her mom unnecessary scenes.

        Anyways, more to follow I guess.

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