Season of Love (TV series)

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Season of Love
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Genre Romance
Starring Kenneth Ma
Myolie Wu
Kate Tsui
Ron Ng
Nancy Wu
Him Law
Vincent Wong
Toby Leung
Oscar Leung
Opening theme Little Something by Mag Lam
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 20
Production
Executive producer(s) Kwan Wing Chung
Camera setup Multi camera
Running time 45 minutes
Production company(s) TVB
Release
Original network Jade
HD Jade
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release 11 February – 8 March 2013
Chronology
Preceded by Inbound Troubles
Followed by Sergeant Tabloid

Season of Love is a 2013 Hong Kong TVB romance drama that explores the complexity of human love. The drama is a collection of love stories made up of four different segments, with each segment representing one of the four season of the year. Him Law and Toby Leung were featured in the Spring segment. The Summer segment featured Kate Tsui and Ron Ng. The Autumn segment featured a complex love triangle portrayed by Nancy Wu, Vincent Wong, and Oscar Leung while the Winter segment featured Kenneth Ma and Myolie Wu.

Cast[edit]

Spring[edit]

  • Him Law as Season See San, a famous celebrity.
  • Toby Leung as Lam Chun Fun, a cargo worker who admires Season.

Summer[edit]

  • Kate Tsui as Summer Ha Chi Yan, an aggressive television producer.
  • Ron Ng as CK Ng Chun Kai, a photographer.

Autumn / Fall[edit]

  • Nancy Wu as Kim Ho Chau Sang, a hairdresser.
  • Vincent Wong as Simon Fung Sau Man, a lawyer.
  • Oscar Leung as Ray Fong Ka Wai, a hairdresser and Kim's colleague. Also Kim's former husband.

Winter[edit]

  • Kenneth Ma as Joe Chu Cho On, a private eye and the only one to appear in all four segments.
  • Myolie Wu as Toni Yiu Tong Nei, a historical and cultural docent.

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Date Average Points Peaking Points
1 01-04 11–14 February 2013 22 27
2 05-09 18–22 February 2013 25
3 10-14 25 February – 1 March 2013 25 27
4 15-20 4–8 March 2013 25 27

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