If you have been patiently waiting for Jerry Yan to come back to dramaland, your wish has been granted! He will be back on the small screen with Shen Yue in upcoming romcom Count Your Lucky Stars (我好喜欢你), slated to air on 8/3! Adapted from the novel written by Mo Xi, the story follows our couple as their luck is completely swapped after a kiss – he’s used to being the top dog in the fashion world – chief editor of a popular magazine, while she’s eternally jinxed as an unknown fashion designer. Now she’s famous overnight and he has fallen from grace.
It’s been years since I watch Jerry Yan act in a drama. He has done projects over the years but I was never attracted to any of them. Lol. Enjoy watching it folks!
Oh man… I’m pretty conflicted when I saw the trailer a few days ago. It feels like someone just thought the two Meteor Garden versions colliding would be a great idea so they decided to mash the two leads together regardless of visual disparity. Shen Yue looks like a little sister next to Jerry; I can’t take them seriously as a couple. Especially when the premise is the exchange of luck through a kiss. So many kisses in the trailer! He’s cheating on 2001’s Shan Cai. Lol. xD
How’s your New Year so far folks? I’m gonna party all weekend with family and friends. It’s a long weekend for me too since I don’t have work on Monday! YESHHH BABY!! I only managed to compile a few TV stations down below. I’ll try to update more when I’m sober? ^_^
Yes! More weddings! It’s not labor day weekend anymore but weddings weekend. Lol. Are you seeing a trend too? Most of the beloved Taiwanese stars that we grew up watching are getting hitched one by one! 2016 is a good year for all the lovebirds out there. Is anyone in our readers walking down the aisle too? All I have to say is… Keep Loving you people. Keep them coming. ;D
It’s been a long time since I squee this hard over the stills of a movie alone. SO MUCH CUTENESS abounds in this upcoming Taiwanese youth movie, Our Times, starring a wagon of fresh faces in a story we are well acquainted with in recent cinema trend – the highs and lows of emotional upheavals during those teenage years (here it is the 1990s), enhanced by prickly hormones and physical body changes. HA. At this point, Jerry Yan, Chen Qiao En, and Andy Lau‘s cameos are just icing on the top because the real stars are the sprouting seeds ready to blossom!