In Loving Memory of Leslie Cheung Online Concert 2021
Mark the 18th death anniversary of the Hongkong pop icon with this tribute concert featuring performances by Sam Hui, Karen Mok, Hacken Lee, Julian Cheung, Metro Vocal Group, and HKBU Symphony Orchestra. A making-of special will precede the concert at 7pm.
Watch it on:meWATCH, Thur, 7.30pm; available till Apr 3, 7.29pm
Four friends (Cheryl Chou, Jamil Schulze, Joshua Lim and Ching Shu Yi) find their lives turned upside down when a pal of theirs (Shawn Thia) turns up after missing for 15 years. Dun Dun Dunnn! Where has he been all this time? Dun Dun Dunnn! Wait, is he who he says he is in the first place? Dun Dun Dunnn! The 13-part thriller, from the creators of Code of Law, also stars Lim Kay Tong, Peter Yu and Sivakumar Palakrishnan.
Watch it on: meWATCH (Prime), Mon; also on Channel 5, from Apr 5, 9.30pm
Bill & Ted Face The Music
Speaking of reunions, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winder reprise their iconic metal-head slackers in this long-overdue threequel to 1989's Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and 1991's Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. No way! The best buds, now battling midlife crisis in suburbia, have to crank out one killer tune to save the universe from destruction. Cue air guitar riff!
Watch it on: Fox Movies (Singtel TV Ch 414), Sat, 9pm
Korean version of Jerry Bruckheimer’s Coyote Ugly about five ridiculously good-looking youths pooling their sources to revive an old beach bar. Stars Jeong-Shin (CNBlue), Shin Won-Ho (Cross Gene), Kwon Hyun-Bin (JBJ), Kang Mi-Na (IOI, GuGuDan), and Lim Na Young (IOI, Pristin V).
Watch it on: Viu, Tue
Made For Love
How I Met Your Mother’s Cristin Milioti stars a woman on the run from her a suffocating marriage to a controlling tech mogul (Billy Magnussen). Problem is, her creepy hubby has implanted a monitoring device in her brain. So it’s kinda like Invisible Man, but with less violence.
Documentary following Andre Chiang, Taiwan’s first Michelin-starred chef, over two weeks as he prepares to shutter his Restaurant Andre in Singapore in 2018.
Watch it on: Netflix, Thur
Eight-part series adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s novels about the perks and pitfalls of being a teenage secret agent (Otto Farrant). The title character was previously played by Alex Pettyfer in the 2006 movie Stormbreaker. Catch the first episode for free on the AXN Asia website from Apr 2 to 5.
Watch it on: AXN (Singtel TV Ch 304 & StarHub Ch 511), Tue, 9.45pm
Eight-part true-crime mini-series starring French-Algerian breakout Tahar Rahim — soon to be seen alongside Jodie Foster in The Mauritanian, opening Apr 8 — as Charles Sobhraj, a serial killer who preys victims in the “hippie trail of Asia” in the 1970s. Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who) co-stars as Sobhraj’s girlfriend and accomplice.