10 January 2011
| 8/10 |
19 April 2013
| Medical drama
Raymond Wong Ho-yin
Alex Fong, Kate Tsui, Raymond Wong Ho‑yin, Wong Chi‑yin, Ruco Chan
Bullet Brain, Always and Ever, The Other Truth, The Hippocratic Crush, The Slicing of the Demon
A Great Way To Care is a Hong Kong medical crime drama television series produced by Marco Law and TVB. It stars Alex Fong as Dr. Ko Lap-yan, a senior psychiatrist who has a specialty in diagnosing mentally ill criminals.
Produced in 2008, the first series premiered on Malaysia's AOD on 8 June 2009. Originally scheduled for a summer 2009 release in Hong Kong, the broadcast of the series was put on hold after the success of Lee Tim-sing's period serial, Rosy Business. Lee's sister production, Sweetness in the Salt, was aired in place of A Great Way to Care.
With a total of 20 episodes, the series finally premiered on Jade in Hong Kong on 10 January 2011. A sequel series of 25 episodes was renewed in early 2012. The sequel will premiere on TVB's Jade and HD Jade channels on 18 March 2013.
A Great Way to Care Wikipedia
Dr. Ko Lap-yan heads a team of senior psychiatrists and residents at the Yan Wo Hospital in Hong Kong. Most episodes revolve around the team diagnosing patients. With a specialty at diagnosing criminals, Ko also has close ties with the Serious Crime Unit of the Hong Kong Police Force, a unit headed by Senior Inspector Chung Kwon-ban. The second series sees Ko's resignation from the Yan Wo Hospital; he is later transferred to a new psychiatric department, the Forensics Psychiatry Department, of Bok On Hospital, where he formally diagnoses criminals.
Yan Wo Hospital
Hong Kong Police CID
Post-traumatic stress disorder (Chapter 1)
Compensated dating girl (Chapter 4 - 6)
Personality disorder (Chapter 6 - 9)
Policemen Murders (Chapter 10 - 12)
Obsessive compulsive disorder (Chapter 13 - 17)
Dissociative identity disorder (Chapter 17 - 20)
Season 2Nominated: Best Drama
Nominated: Best Supporting Actor (Ram Chiang)
Nominated: Best Supporting Actress (Vivien Yeo)
Malaysia - 8TV (Malaysia) from II onwards.