After nearly two years in the making, the anticipated sequel to 2013’s hit drama Brother’s Keeper <巨輪> will be hitting TV screens on August 29, succeeding the time slow of Daddy Dearest <超能老豆>.
Produced by Amy Wong (王欣慰), the sequel stars returning cast members Edwin Siu (蕭正楠), Kristal Tin (田蕊妮), and Louis Yuen (阮兆香) as they continue their journey of spreading their bakery chain, the Pasterilia Lo Son Kei, across Macau and Hong Kong. The drama will also feature new cast members Grace Chan (陳凱琳), Mat Yeung (楊明), Hugo Ng (吳岱融), and Jade Leung (梁琤), as well as the guest appearances of original cast members Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) and Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣).
Brother’s Keeper II will be airing for 40 episodes. The final episode will air on October 21.
After years of blood, sweat, and tears, Lo Wai-son (Edwin Siu) and Yiu Man-ying (Kristal Tin) finally succeeded in spreading their bakery chain, the Pasterilia Lo Son Kei, across Hong Kong and Macau. Their growing influence starts to upset junket promoter-turned-property developer Ko Tin-tsau (Hugo Ng), who attempts to suppress their chain from spreading even further. Along with the betrayal of his close confidant Tsui Chi-lik (Mat Yeung), Wai-son starts to lose all hope.
Overwhelmed by his chaotic world, Wai-son escapes to Okinawa, where he falls for a mysterious Hong Kong girl Ko Yee-na (Grace Chan). However, Wai-son’s special getaway also gets him entangled in an unsolved homicide that happened twenty years ago.
Meanwhile, Man-ying’s husband, Lung Fei (Louis Yuen), gets in an aviation accident and suffers a severe brain injury. He starts treating Man-ying like a stranger. Around this time, Wai-son’s older brother Sam (Ruco Chan) suddenly makes a return to search for his lost love, Rachel (Linda Chung). Facing setbacks in family, love, and business, what does Wai-son and Man-ying have to lose?