TVB to finally air Jacqueline Wong's "The Offliners"

Heidi Hsia
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27 Oct – It looks like Jacqueline Wong's previously shelved series, "The Offliners" will finally be aired next year.

As reported on Mingpao, the series, which was filmed back in 2018, was among the many shows that were featured at the TVB annual sales presentation - which began on 25 October without the presence of advertisers and sponsors.

The series, which also stars Owen Cheung, Katy Kung, and Jason Chan, will be aired as part of TVB's subscription platform myTV Gold. It was originally scheduled to air last year, but was shelved following Jacqueline's previous scandal with married singer Andy Hui that led to her indefinite hiatus.

When contacted about the good news, the actress responded, "I am happy for the team. No further comments. Thank you."

On the other hand, Jacqueline's ex-boyfriend Kenneth Ma will have four new dramas in 2021, including "Big White Duel II", "Children's Hospital", and "Plan B".

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