Quan Yi Fong’s celeb guest this week is none other than good friend Kym Ng. Expect laughter galore as the bubbly host looks back at her ups and downs in her first ever talk show appearance. Part 2 airs May 22.
Mediacorp teams up with TheSmartLocal (TSL) on this seven-day reality series on how to keep yourself entertained while self-isolating. Streamed live, see what shenanigans TSL personalities Xenia Tan, Chow Jia Hui, John Lim and James Rainer get up to in their respective homes as they fight it out in a series of challenges to win the grand prize. Think Big Brother meets The Circle.
Watch it on: From Mon (May 11), live from 11.30am-11pm, meWATCH’s YouTube channel. Highlights will be available on meWATCH from Tue (May 12), 6pm.
Christopher Lee stars in this six-part HBO Asia drama about a group of happy-go-lucky construction workers, who resort to outrageous get-rich-quick schemes to make it big. The drama, based on a best-selling novel of the same name, is filmed entirely in Taiwanese Hokkien.
Watch it on: Sun (May 17), 9pm, HBO Go and meWATCH
It’s the June school holidays and Mediacorp has plenty of shows in store to keep the kiddoes entertained, from family-friendly movies like Penguins of Madagascar (May 11, 4pm) to Transformers Rescue Bots (weekdays, 9am) andLego City Adventures. For more non-stop kids entertainment, check out meWATCH’s new ‘Ready, set, adventure!’ segment, which can be found under the ‘Stay Home with Me’ category.
Watch it on: Ch5 andmeWATCH
Chinese rom-com starring Lawrence Wong as a CEO of a production house who falls for an extra hired to act like she has a crush on him. Well, she kinda reminds him of his ex.
A forensic detective with Asperger’s syndrome (Joseph Chang) puts everything on the line when he discovers his estranged daughter’s link to a string of mysterious murders. If you enjoy crime thrillers like CSI, then this is a must-watch. Tiffany Hsu and Ruby Lin co-star.
Watch it on: Netflix
Trial by Media
George Clooney is one of the producers of this six-part docu-series about how the media may have impacted the verdicts of some of most dramatic trials in American history.