(TVB) Come Home Love: The sitcom continues. Currently in the 660s, the episode has recently announced for another extension… Characters have gone and came.
(TVB) Lady Sour: One word: SILENCIO! All there is in this series are constant arguments! So sick of them and can’t wait for it to end. And also, please don’t put Him Law as a first lead, because that’s a NO.
(TVB) Officer Geomancer: I’ve only watched the first three episodes, but so far so good. Johnson Lee can’t go wrong with comedies. And about investigating cases, I have a bias for those!
(HKTV) To Be Or Not to Be: Two sisters who separated, the older one stayed in China, while the younger one moved to Hong Kong. Their views differ vastly from one another. Both also happen to be suffering the same fate: relationship troubles. What happens at the end cannot be predicted, but I am so addicted to this series!
(TVB) Coffee Cat Mama: Coffee was touched upon, but instead mostly about the relationships between people and the people around them. Nancy Wu and Vincent Wong were the highlight of the series.
(TVB) Never Dance Alone: Six girls reminiscing about their teenage years, but the one incident that happened years ago is once again bought into light. But, as friendship never dies, the women soon find their way back to how it was when they were in high school.
(TVB) The Ultimate Addiction: The business world is not what it seems from the outside world. Scheming, risk taking, inside secrets.
(TVB) Black Heart White Soul: One incident forever changed the lives of three people. The devil might seem to be an angel from the outside. Meanwhile, does love matter more than money?
(TVB) Rear Mirror: A supposedly simple series that became complicated because of family issues. It was a watch for Tony Hung and Natalie Tong’s storyline.
(TVB) Line Walker: The death of a police puts five undercover cops in danger. Thankfully, his friend finds them one by one, except not everyone might still remember what their original mission was.
(TVB) Tomorrow Is Another Day: Fresh topic of life behind bars as well as the people maintaining and helping a prison run accordingly.
(TVB) Come On, Cousin: Same cast, different storyline to Inbound Troubles. Except, the first one was a success and this one was a complete failure. Everyone was just too exaggerating.
(TVB) Overachievers: Another series about the business world, except every single episode was worth watching. There were both a comedic side and a serious side to the series. I felt for some of the characters (Wayne Lai, Nancy Wu, Power Chan, Edwin Siu, Sisley Choi) as they went through their ups and downs, while for others (Raymond Wong), I didn’t understand why they still deserved to live!
(TVB) Ghost Dragon of Cold Mountain: Started from episode 15 and finished from there. Selena Li played twins and others were constables investigating cases.
(Thai) Ruk Nee Jhe Jud Hai: A woman and his gay best friend lives together, but when he gets into an accident, and his twin brother comes back, they realize there is love.
(Thai) Hua Jai Teuan: Kwan and Om make such a good pairing! A revenge drama, but not to the woman, and instead for his mother and his stepfather because of a misintepretation.
(Thai) La Ruk Sut Kob Fah: The long awaited Weir Sukollawat and Min Pechaya. A bodyguard whose mission was to find the prince’s future wife and bring her back to the kingdom of Raya. Except she is a challenge in every way. And along the way, they fall in love with each other, although they are not supposed to. I watched episodes 1 to 4 in full, and skimmed through the other ones as they aired.
(TVB) Return of the Silver Tongue: I believe I got up to at least episode 15 before I decided to drop it because of lack of time, as well as the draggy storyline.
Should Have Dropped:
(TVB) Swipe Tap Love: This was a complete plotless series.
(TVB) Outbound Love: I was away when this aired, so I never got back to watching it.
(TVB) Storm in A Cocoon: I was away when this aired, so I never got back to watching it.
(TVB) Journey to the West: I’m not a fan of dubbed Mainland China series.
(TVB) Gilded Chopsticks: I was away when this aired, so I never got back to watching it.
(TVB) Ruse of Engagement: I was away when this aired, so I never got back to watching it.
(TVB) All That Is Bitter Is Sweet: The plot did not seem interesting, so I skipped it.
What did you guys watched, dropped, or skimmed this year? Wishing you all a very happy and healthy 2015!