Some Day (TV series)

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Some Day
天天天晴
SomeDay(TVB).jpg
Some Day official poster
Genre Modern Sitcom
Starring Louise Lee
Teresa Mo
Wayne Lai
Wong He
Kristal Tin
Lau Dan
Johnson Lee
Aimee Chan
Tsui Wing
Matt Yeung
Jason Chan
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 117
Production
Producer(s) Catherina Tsang
Tsui Yu On
Location(s) Hong Kong
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22 minutes (approx.)
Production company(s) TVB
Release
Original network TVB Jade
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 14 June – 28 November 2010
External links
Website

Some Day (Traditional Chinese: (天天天晴) is a TVB modern sitcom series.

Cast[edit]

Ming family

Cast Role Description
Johnson Lee Ming Lai-keung
明乃強
Age 40
Ming Sum-on, Ming Sai-on's uncle
Likes Shek Hoi-yee
Married to an old sweetheart and had 3 children in episode 117
Louise Lee Ming Sum-on
明心安
Age 55
Ming Sai-on's older sister
Ming Nai-keung's niece
Wayne Lai Simon Ming Sai-on
明世安
Age 38
Ming Sum-on's younger brother
Ming Lai-keung's nephew
Tsang Kiu's boyfriend, her husband in Chapter 117

Shek family

Cast Role Description
Lau Kong Shek Yau-wai
石有為
Age 64
Ming Sum-on's brother-in-law
Suet Nei (雪妮) Shek Ko Yim-yung
石高艷容
Age 56
Ming Sum-on's sister-in-law
Felix Lok Shek Yau-shun
石有信
Ming Sum-on's husband (deceased)
(Seen in flashback)
Aimee Chan Lam Wai
林蕙
Shek Yau-shun's first wife (deceased)
(Seen in flashback)
Louise Lee Ming Sum-on
明心安
Shek Yau-shun's second wife
Aimee Chan Shek Hoi-yee
石可兒
Age 23
Shek Yau-shun and Lam Wai's daughter / Ming Sum-On's stepdaughter
Lau Dan Chu Bo
朱保
Age 58
Shek Yau-wai's cousin

Ma family

Cast Role Description
Chang Tse-sheng Edmond Ma Hou-man
馬浩文
Age 42
Tsang Kiu's former husband
Had an affair with Kitty but later broke up
Returns to Hong Kong wanting to start over with Tsang Kiu and ask for her forgiveness. Was forgiven by Tsang Kiu but rejected his request to start over
Teresa Mo Tsang Kiu
井喬
Age 38
Ming Sai-on's girlfriend
Formerly married to Edmond Ma Hou-Man
Married to Ming Sai-on in episode 117

Other cast

Cast Role Description
Kristal Tin Lam Ching-ling
藍靖鈴
Age 33
Ying Kwok-hing's mistress
Tsang Kiu's best friend
Lucas' girlfriend in episode 117
Law Tin Chi (羅天池) Chu Dai-hung
朱大雄
Age 29
Employee at Lung Fook Jewellery
Chu Bo's apprentice
Tsui Wing Kwok Wai-lung
郭偉龍
Age 35
Employee at Lung Fook Jewellery
Mentally retarded due to an untreated fever as a boy.
Raymond Chiu (趙永洪) Tony Lok Ka-chung
駱家聰
Age 30
Lung Fook store manager
Candy Cheung (張雪芹) Kitty Fung Sau-no
馮秀娜
Age 23
Ming Sum-on's former secretary
Edmond Ma Hou-Man's mistress, later broke up
Candice Chiu (趙希洛) Mui Si-man
梅思敏
Age 24
Ming Sum-on's secretary
Mat Yeung (揚明) Sin Pok
冼璞
Age 27
89 restaurant employee
Wong He Gau Man-fu
苟文虎
Age 43
Owner of 89 restaurant
Geoffrey Wong (黃子雄) Leo Ying Kwok-hing
應國興
Age 45
Lam Ching-ling's boyfriend, eventually separated
Jason Chan (陳智燊) Lucas Cui Jin-cheung
區展長
Age 28
Lam Ching-ling's subordinate
Likes Lam Ching-ling
Was rejected by Lam Ching-ling, but becomes her boyfriend in episode 117
Skye Chan (陳倩揚) Bernice Lawyer
Likes Ming Sai-on but was rejected

Awards and nominations[edit]

TVB Anniversary Awards (2010)

  • Best Drama - Top 24
  • Best Actress (Louise Lee) - Top 15
  • Best Actress (Teresa Mo) - Top 15
  • Best Supporting Actress (Aimee Chan) - Top 15
  • My Favourite Male Character (Tsui Wing) - Top 15
  • My Favourite Female Character (Louise Lee) - Top 15
  • My Favourite Female Character (Teresa Mo) - Top 5

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
June 14–18, 2010
1 — 5
23
[1]
2
June 21–25, 2010
6 — 10
25
[2]
3
June 28 - July 2, 2010
11 — 15
23
[3]
4
July 5–9, 2010
16 — 20
25
[4]
5
July 12–16, 2010
21 — 25
25
[5]
6
July 19–23, 2010
26 — 30
24
[6]
7
July 26–30, 2010
31 — 35
24
[7]
8
August 2–6, 2010
36 — 40
23
[8]
9
August 9–13, 2010
41 — 45
23
[9]
10
August 16–20, 2010
46 — 50
24
[10]
11
August 24–27, 2010
51 — 53
24
[11]
12
August 30 - September 3, 2010
54 — 58
26
[12]
13
September 6–10, 2010
59 — 63
24
[13]
14
September 13–17, 2010
64 — 68
23
[14]
15
September 20–24, 2010
69 — 73
23
[15]
16
September 27–30, 2010
74 — 77
23
[16]
17
October 4–8, 2010
78 — 82
24
[17]
18
October 11–15, 2010
83 — 87
23
[18]
19
October 19–22, 2010
88 — 91
24
[19]
20
October 25–29, 2010
92 — 96
24
[20]
21
November 1–5, 2010
97 — 101
26
[21]
22
November 8–12, 2010
102 — 106
26
29
[22]
23
November 15–19, 2010
107 — 111
27
[23]
24
November 22–26, 2010
112 — 116
26
[24]
November 28, 2010
117
34
36
[25]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • TVB.com Some Day - Official Website (Chinese)