TVB’s “The Exorcist’s 2nd Meter” Premieres May 4th

By on April 22, 2020 in NEWS, TV Dramas

TVB’s “The Exorcist’s 2nd Meter” Premieres May 4th

TVB will start the summer off with the highly anticipated The Exorcist’s 2nd Meter <降魔的2.0>, sequel to 2017’s hit series.

The sequel sees the return of Kenneth Ma (馬國明) as the ghost-busting taxi driver Ma Kwai, who embarks on another adventure of exorcising evil spirits along with the spirit of his childhood friend Ho Zai (portrayed by Hubert Wu 胡鴻鈞). During his journey, Ma Kwai receives a boost in his supernatural powers, becoming nearly invisible. It isn’t until he comes across a brother-sister duo, the Sze Siblings (portrayed by Alex Mak 麥凱程 and Gloria Tang 鄧佩儀) when his rather old-school methods of defeating spirits get questioned.

Mandy Wong (黃智雯) reprises her role as Dr. Felicity Chong, Ma Kwai’s primary love interest. Felicity has a heart of gold and will do anything to help the people she cares about. After experiencing a series of strange events together, Felicity and Ma Kwai become a pair of familiar strangers.

After a tour around the gates of death, Moon Lau (劉佩玥) returns as Bella, who becomes an influencer in the world of the supernatural. Ram Chiang (蔣志光), Hugo Wong (黃子恆), Anthony Ho (何遠東), King Kong (金剛), and Kitty Yuen (小儀) also reprise their original roles in special guest appearances.

In addition to the return of old stars, the second series will also feature new faces—C Kwan (C) plays a flirty spirit who teams up with Felicity in controlling the powers of evil spirits. Zoie Tam (譚凱琪) plays a thousand-year old spirit of the sea who transforms into a human to come in between Ma Kwai and Felicity. Kaman Kong (江嘉敏) will make a special guest appearance as Ho Zai’s first love.

Source: Weekend HK

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

10 comments to TVB’s “The Exorcist’s 2nd Meter” Premieres May 4th

  1. seriously says:

    Wow if this is the best TVB has to effort, yikes. Kenneth Ma has never been leading man material, his acting is middling at best. None of the actors in TVB has personality or charisma as past TVB actors/actresses. Heck if they could act that would be a miracle. This trailer looks like a bad 80’s music video with it’s awful special effects.

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  2. Tbh I never saw the hype with this one. The first instalment was just okay the obviously fake special CGI effects made it cringy to watch – though super powers is cool especially Hubert’s bow and arrow. I like how Moon is still in the 2nd instalment despite being dead in the 1st one. I think the only person I like in this drama is Moon
    But yeah, not a drama I would look forward to but I’d watch it anyways. Any drama with Kenneth I guess is worth the time eventhough I forgot what happened in the first one.

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  3. megamiaow says:

    Hope it manages to stay fresh and not just be a dragged out milking effort of the first. Looks like the character of Sek Gam Dong is not returning, but I guess thats expected from what happened.

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  4. m0m0 says:

    yeah, finally! been waiting for this for a while.

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  5. vodka says:

    Those CG lmao… its hard to not laugh at it especially we are in 2020

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  6. anon says:

    This show looks trash from the CGI to the acting. Kenneth is not leading material. The supports can’t act. This is 2020 yet the CGI looks 1990. I really don’t understand why people still watch TVB anymore when there are far better quality shows from other countries.

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  7. jimmyszeto says:

    Who care about this when we have the great charismatic Joel Chan on screens now and the fat guy. Good bits of acting so far…

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    • luye replied:

      @jimmyszeto I’m enjoying Brutally Young so far with its refreshing story and cast. Excited to continue watching and hoping for more plot twists!

      On another note, The Exorcist’s Meter received good ratings. Hopefully the 2nd one is better than the first.

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      • jimmyszeto replied:

        @luye
        Yeh ‘Brutally young’ the plot is simple but they are keeping up the suspense well and the acting from the main actors have been good. The fat guy is a star and has never disappointed. He’s a young Chun Wong…

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  8. bearbear says:

    Enjoy the first installment. This one doesn’t look impressive.

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