"Inbound Troubles 2" to film March 2014

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15 Jul – It was revealed that the sequel to hit TVB sitcom, "Inbound Troubles", will begin filming in March 2014.

As reported on Sina, according to producer Wong Wai Sing, "The sequel will begin filming next year in March. However, the cast has not been finalised yet because there are still eight to nine months left before the actual production."

It was reported that the original cast members, including Roger Kwok, Wong Cho Lam, Joey Meng, Louis Cheung, Angela Tong and Bob Lam will reprise their roles, and that actor Hins Cheung has been added to the cast list.

It was also revealed that Wong Cho Lam's character will have a new romance, while Hins Cheung will be playing a romantic rival to Louis Cheung character.

"Inbound Troubles" was a great hit when it ran from 14 January to 8 February, attracting over 2.12 million viewers and largely commended for its realistic portrayal of Hong Kong's current social issues.

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