First episode date
28 May 2016
Number of episodes
Country of origin
Final episode date
4 June 2016
Hong Kong Television Broadcasts Limited
Ep.1 Germany: Charmaine Sheh Kenneth Ma Ep.2 Taiwan: Priscilla Wong Pakho Chau Raymond Wong Ho-yin
Ep.1: Love (愛) by Jinny Ng Ep.2: A Hundred Years (百年不合) by Pakho Chau
Ep.1: Alan Cheung Ep.2: Robin Ch'i
A Time of Love, Come with Me, No Reserve, My Lover from the Planet M, Come Home Love
A Time of Love 2 (Chinese: 愛情來的時候2; Jyutping: oi3 cing4 lei4 dik1 si4 hau6 ji6) is a 2016 Hong Kong romance, micro film, web drama produced by Chan Yuk-leung for TVB. The drama is the second installment of the A Time of Love series which first premiered on TVB Jade in 2014. Charmaine Sheh and Kenneth Ma are the only actors reprising their roles from the first series. Additional cast in the second series are Priscilla Wong, Pakho Chau, and Raymond Wong Ho-yin. The series is once again filmed in foreign countries, but unlike the first series, actors from other Pan Asian countries were not cast in the second series. Also different from the first series, the titles of each episode are not titled after themes or emotion but is simply titled by country. It is the first series to premier on TVB's new web-streaming online platform "myTV SUPER" on May 28, 2016. The series concluded on June 4, 2016 with a total of 2 episodes.
Crystal (Charmaine Sheh) and Oscar's (Kenneth Ma) love story continues. The two boss and subordinate are now dating. While on a business trip in Germany, the two have some private time to their personal relationship after their business meetings are done. However, Oscar begins to feel that as Crystal's subordinate, he is not worthy of her and cannot give her a happy future.
Ching (Priscilla Wong) dream is to marry a rich man because she believes people with money can solve all their problems with money. Her childhood friend Fei (Pakho Chau), who works at a dry cleaner shop often helps her by lending her expensive clothes from his customers, so she can attend high profile functions. After being hunted down by loan sharks whom she owes money, she starts living with her Fei. At a party, Ching meets Roger (Raymond Wong Ho-yin), a rich businessman who takes an immediate liking towards her. Roger helps her repay her debt to the loan sharks and offers her a job at his company. It seems that Ching's dream has finally come true, but she begins to question whether money or love is more important.