The drama series 'Queen of News,' led by Charmaine Sheh, has captured the attention of viewers with its intriguing depiction of internal conflict within a news department, launching with an impressive rating of 24.4 points. The character of Man, portrayed by Sheh, has been drawing comparisons to former TVB anchor Akina Fong, sparking online chatter. Despite mentioning the drama during a live session, Fong admitted to not watching it due to health issues. She did, however, acknowledge the striking similarity between her and Man's hairstyles, revealing that both were styled by the same makeup artist who worked on her wedding day.
TVB's Restructuring and Layoffs
In the wake of announcing the layoff of approximately 300 employees, TVB unveiled its plans to amalgamate channels J2 and the TVB Finance & Information Channel into a new entity, TVB+. In other news, despite taking a step away from acting to concentrate on her family, Linda Chung continues to ride a wave of popularity, as evidenced by the robust fan support for her latest TVB drama performance.
Ray Wong's Bounty and Broken Ties
The Hong Kong government is hot on the trail of former 'Hong Kong Indigenous' chairman Ray Wong, with a bounty of HK$1 million. Adding to the drama, a man alleging to be Wong's brother has publicly severed ties with him on social media.
Personal Lives, Pageants, and Pneumonia
TVB actress Kaman Kong recently confirmed her marriage in Shenzhen, later surprising fans with the announcement of her pregnancy. Meanwhile, men's pageants are gaining traction, with Hong Kong's representative, Oliver Zhang, clinching the first runner-up spot in the 'Mister Global' contest. The rising concerns over mycoplasma pneumonia infections in mainland China have drawn attention in Hong Kong, inciting heightened awareness. Actor O Chun Tong has shed light on the calculation of show money and the reasons contributing to the talent exodus from TVB.
Upcoming District Council Elections
As the district council elections approach, a variety of promotions and events are being organized to raise awareness and foster a festive atmosphere. The Hong Kong media industry looks forward to a vibrant election season.