Limelight Years

Limelight Years (Chinese: 華麗轉身; Jyutping: Waa4 Lai6 Zyun2 San1; Cantonese Yale: Wàh Laih Jyún Sān; literally “Elegant Transformation”) is a 2015 Hong Kong romantic television drama created and produced by TVB, starring Linda Chung, Liza Wang, Alex Fong, Damian Lau and Eliza Sam as the main cast.[1] Filming took place from June till September 2014. The drama began airing on Hong Kong’s Jade and HD Jade channels April 27 till May 22, 2015 every Monday through Friday during its 8:30-9:30 pm timeslot with a total of 22 episodes. The final 2 episodes aired on the same night as a 2-hour finale special on Sunday May 24, 2015 starting at 8:00 pm.[2]

Limelight Years

Limelight Years official poster
Also known as Elegant Transformation
Genre Modern Drama, Romance
Created by Hong Kong Television Broadcasts Limited
Starring Linda Chung
Liza Wang
Alex Fong
Damian Lau
Eliza Sam
Theme music composer Anthony Lun
Opening theme Gorgeous Turnaround (華麗轉身) by Liza Wang
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language Cantonese
No. of episodes 22
Executive producer Catherine Tsang
Producer Chong Wai Kin
Production locations Hong Kong, Taiwan
Editor Au Koon Ying
Camera setup Multi camera
Running time 45 minutes
Production company TVB
Original network TVB Jade, HD Jade
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release 27 April (2015-04-27) 
22 May 2015 (2015-05-22)
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Limelight Years
Chinese 華麗轉身
Literal meaning “Elegant Transformation”
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu Pinyin Huá Lì Zhuǎn Shēn
Yue: Cantonese
Yale Romanization Wàh Laih Jyún Sān
Jyutping Waa4 Lai6 Zyun2 San1

This is the third time Wang and Lau have collaborated playing a couple. The two previously worked together in TVB’s 1980 Yesterday’s Glitter (京華春夢) and 2001 The Awakening Story (婚前昏後)[3]

This is Alex Fong’s first drama with TVB in nine years. His last collaboration with TVB was in 2005 My Family (甜孫爺爺).[4]

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After recovering from a long term illness, semi-retired popular singer Wah Fong Ying (Liza Wang) realizes that she has lived an unfulfilled life. With two failed marriages and estranged relationships with all of her children, she lives a lonely life. Wanting to mend her relationship with her oldest daughter, Lancy who resides in Taiwan, she travels there and meets Hong Kong photographer Ben Law (Damian Lau), whose wife was a fan of hers. Ben is in Taiwan to fulfill his late wife’s wish (Michelle Yim) to have her remains returned to her ancestral home. Romance sparks between the two and soon each becomes the other’s strength and support. Realizing that throughout her career she has never sung for her loved ones, Fong Ying decides to hold a last concert for her friends and family with Ben’s encouragement, but her daughter Tong Yan (Eliza Sam) rejects her invitation to attend. Fong Ying proceeds to work on her concert and hires personal assistant Jinny Szeto (Linda Chung) and creative director Sean Song (Alex Fong) to help her produce the concert. Just as light seems to shine on Fong Ying again, darkness comes back into her life when Jinny finds out that Fong Ying was involved in an affair with her uncle in the past and Ben starts to suffer from hallucinations due to a brain tumor.[5][6]

  • Hugo Wong as Law Chi Yue (羅子譽; Famous)
  • Jacqueline Wong as Law Chi Wing (羅子穎; Wing Wing)
  • Patrick Dunn as Tong Se Kit (唐士捷)
  • Jonathan Wong as Vince Tong (唐榮)
  • Eliza Sam as Yanto Tong (唐欣)
  • Pat Poon as Poon Sa Wo (潘世和)
  • Candice Chiu as Lancy Poon (潘南思)

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