Threesome (Hong Kong TV series)

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Threesome
三個女人一個「因」
GenreModern
Legal
Comedy
Starring Mandy Wong
Benjamin Yuen
Jason Chan
Arnold Kwok
Snow Suen
Joseph Lee
Gigi Wong
Lam King-ching
Kirby Lam
Opening theme"Uniquely Me" (無雙)
by Miriam Yeung
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language Chinese
No. of episodes18
20 (Original Version)
Production
ProducerPoon Ka-tak
Production location Hong Kong
Production company Television Broadcasts Limited
Release
Original network TVB Jade
Original release18 February (2018-02-18) 
15 April 2018 (2018-04-15)
External links
Website

Threesome (Chinese :三個女人一個「因」), is a 2018 legal comedy drama produced by TVB. It stars Mandy Wong, Benjamin Yuen and Jason Chan as the main cast, with Arnold Kwok, Snow Suen, Joseph Lee, Gigi Wong, Lam King-ching and Kirby Lam as the major supporting cast. [1] [2]

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The drama earned critical acclaim and won My Favourite TV Drama in both Malaysia and Singapore in 2018 TVB 51st Anniversary Gala. Mandy Wong earned critical acclaim for her performance in the drama, playing Evie Fong Yee-yan, a barrister with dissociative identity disorder, along with Evie’s two other personalities, Piña Colada and Sau Mak Mak, winning Favourite TVB Actress in a Leading Role in both Malaysia and Singapore in 2018 TVB 51st Anniversary Gala. [3]

Synopsis

Evie Fong Yee-yan (Mandy Wong) is a well-known barrister. In fact, she suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder. Although Evie keeps this secret from everyone, Lee Tong-kai (Benjamin Yuen), Evie’s childhood friend, finds out she suffers from DID by chance. In order to marry Theo Kei Hiu-yung (Jason Chan Chi-san), Evie accepts Kai as her apprentice and Kai must not reveal her secret to anyone.

Cast

Main cast

CastRoleDescription
Mandy Wong Evie Fong Yee-yan
(方以因)
A competitive barrister
Suffered from Dissociative Identity Disorder and had lost her memory before the age of ten, but kept this as a secret from everyone
Kai’s childhood friend, becomes his pupil master after he found out that she has DID in order to prevent him from revealing her secret
Theo’s fiancée, broke up with him after knowing his biggest fear is DID patient
Piña Colada
(菠蘿椰奶)
One of the split personalities of Evie
Wild, vigorous and likes to drink alcohol
Did not get along with Evie
Befriended with Kai
Hated Wa Yee-sze
Got marry with Dominic after drunk, later divorces
Sau Mak Mak
(愁擘擘)
Another split personality of Evie
Pessimistic and timid
Had a crush on Kai
Benjamin Yuen Lee Tung-kai
(利東佳)
A law student, became Evie’s apprentice after finding out she had DID
Cleared up the mess made by Evie’s split personalities and prevented the others from knowing that she has DID, later befriended with Piña and Sau Mak Mak
Persuaded Evie to seek help from Dr. Bean
Jason Chan Theo Kei Hiu-yung (紀驍勇)A rich CEO
Suffered from Panic Disorder, feared of height, darkness, blood and ghost, biggest fear is DID sufferer, later seeked help from Dr. Bean
Evie’s fiancé, later broke up her without knowing that she suffered from DID

Major Supporting Cast

Awards

YearCeremonyCategoryNomineeResult
2018 TVB Anniversary Awards Favourite TVB Drama in MalaysiaThreesomeWon
Favourite TVB Drama in SingaporeThreesomeWon
Favourite TVB Actress in a Leading Role in Malaysia Mandy Wong as Fong Yee-yan (Evie)Won
Favourite TVB Actress in a Leading Role in Singapore Mandy Wong as Fong Yee-yan (Evie)Won
People's Choice Television Awards [4] Best Drama Script/Won
Best Actress in a Leading Role Mandy Wong as Fong Yee-yan (Evie)Won
Most Improved Female Artiste Kirby Lam as Lee Tung-lingWon
Best TV Drama Theme SongUniquely Me by Miriam Yeung Won
Hong Kong Television Awards Best Drama [5] /Won
Best Leading Actress in Drama Series [6] Mandy Wong as Fong Yee-yan (Evie)Won

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