|The Vĩnh Long Television (THVL)’s comedy-drama Sui Gia Khắc Khẩu (In-Law Conflict) promises to bring many laughs to people in Tết. — Photo courtesy of the producer
HCM CITY — Local television stations have lined up dozens of new TV series to entertain audiences nationwide during Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday, falling on February 10-16.
The Vĩnh Long Television (THVL)’s comedy-drama Sui Gia Khắc Khẩu (In-Law Conflict) promises to bring many laughs and a lot of joy to people during the holiday.
The 50-episode film revolves around the life of four families living in the Mekong Delta Region, highlighting love, neighbourhood and conflicts among young people and neighbours.
It stars favourite comic actors like Meritorious Artist Hoài Linh and Hoàng Sơn, cải lương (reformed opera) actress Thanh Hằng, and young actors Lương Thế Thành, Thúy Diễm and Lê Bê La.
Xuân Phước, the film’s director, said: “Tết is time for family reunion. Sui Gia Khắc Khẩu will attract audiences with stories about relationship in the family and with relatives and in-laws and scenes capturing beautiful landscapes of the Mekong Delta.”
Sui Gia Khắc Khẩu will air from Monday to Saturday on THVL1 channel, beginning on February 8.
THVL1 will also introduce two new comedy series, Một Đám Cưới, Ba Nàng Dâu (One Wedding, Three Brides) and Trúng Số Ăn Tết (Jackpot) featuring love and neighbourhoods, from February 2.
Both films, with 15 episodes each, are directed by Hồ Ngọc Xum.
“The films feature familiar topics of Vietnamese films during Tết in hopes of bringing joyful moments to people in a special holiday,” Xum said.
Một Đám Cưới, Ba Nàng Dâu and Trúng Số Ăn Tết will be broadcast at 12pm and 5.30pm, respectively, daily on THVL1.
|Việt Nam Television (VTV) will present four-part film Yêu Hơn Cả Bầu Trời (Love to the Country) in Tết. Photo courtesy of the producer
Việt Nam Television (VTV) will present four-part film Yêu Hơn Cả Bầu Trời (Love to the Country) about ideals and enthusiasm about national protection of four young officers from the Air Force Officer School.
It features favourite actors Bình An, Thanh Sơn, Quang Sự and Mạnh Quân.
The film will air at 9:45pm daily on its channel VTV1, beginning on February 12, or Lunar New Year Day.
As usual, VTV will introduce their annual comic skit Táo Quân (Kitchen Gods) on Lunar New Year’s Eve (February 11).
|VTV’s annual comic skit Táo Quân (Kitchen Gods) will be broadcast on Lunar New Year’s Eve (February 11). — Photo courtesy of the producer
The production will take a look at the top events in the year gone by, and feature renowned actors including Quốc Khánh, Xuân Bắc, Công Lý and Vân Dung.
The play will be followed by a two-hour talk and music show Mùa Đoàn Tụ (Season for Union) featuring stories about the tough year of 2020 and wishes for a better future in 2021.
The programme will include the country’s leading scholars like Nguyễn Lân Dũng and Nguyễn Lân Hiếu, and singer Cẩm Vân and composer Hồ Hoài Anh’s families.
An entertaining programme Cảm Hứng Bất Tận (Endless Aspiration) will air on the first day of the Lunar New Year. It will feature songs about spring and Tết, as well as traditional music from the northern, central and southern regions.
The performers will be veteran and young singers Mỹ Linh, Tùng Dương, Đinh Hiền Anh and Trương Thảo Nhi, along with Flame Dance Troupe and child singers from Ngôi Sao Nhỏ Troupe.
HCM City Television (HTV) will offer a live broadcast of the opening of Flower Street and Street Book Festival on Nguyễn Huệ Boulevard on February 9. — VNS