HBO Asia Unveils ‘Workers’ Chinese Language Drama Series – Variety
HBO Asia has unveiled particulars of its light-hearted Chinese language-language drama collection “Employees.” The present is the most recent in a rising roster of native productions in Asia, by pay-TV teams and digital platforms.
Based mostly on a novel of the identical title, the present follows a bunch of development employees who daydream about being rich. They resort to numerous outrageous get-rich-quick schemes solely to make fools out of themselves. The forged is headed by Christopher Lee (“A Good Spouse”) and Alex Ko (“Again to the Good Occasions”).
HBO will add it to HBO GO from Could 10, with the primary two episodes instantly out there. The remaining 4 components will comply with as weekly instalments.
The present is an HBO Asia Unique collection produced in affiliation with Kbro Media and HIM Worldwide Music. Manufacturing is by DaMou Leisure, the studio behind one other HBO Asia collection “The World Between Us.”
“Employees” is directed by Cheng Fen-Fen (“Go Brother!”), produced by Golden Bell-winning producer Lin Yu-Ling (“The World Between Us”), and written by Hong Zi-Ying (“On Kids”) and Cheng Fen-Fen.
“With 20 HBO Asia Unique productions so far, WarnerMedia is ramping up its funding in distinctive domestically related content material this yr,” stated Clement Schwebig, MD of WarnerMedia Leisure Networks, Southeast Asia, Pacific and China, in a ready assertion. “Our previous Taiwanese unique productions, from ‘The Teenage Psychic’ to ‘The World Between Us,’ haven’t solely scored vital acclaim internationally, but in addition received the hearts of followers throughout the area and past.”
The present’s different forged members embrace: Yu An-Shun (“A Taiwanese Story of Two Cities”), Miao Ke-Li (“The Jewellery Field”), Hsueh Shih-Ling (“Single Girls Senior”), Peggy Tseng (“GATAO 2: Rise of the King”), Summer season Meng (“Single Day”), Tseng Chin-hua (“Detention”), Queenie Fang (“The Teenage Psychic 2”), Chloe Xiang (“How you can Practice Our Dragon”) and Penny Lin (“Lonely Reminiscence”).