TVB series "Ten Brothers" will be airing its finale on Friday and although the ratings for the show were met with the new year lull at first, it has gradually risen back up, with the ratings for last week reaching 37 points, that is nearly 2.4 million viewers. The show continued to shine as it peacked at 39 points on Monday and averaging 37 points. The show’s cast joined together for a champagne celebration yesterday to celebrate in advance for the show to reach 40 points on finale night. In attendance were the show’s stars Frankie Lam and Kenix Kwok as well as producer Poon Ka Tak, who rushed back especially from Toronto and Beijing respectively for this event.
Frankie and Kenix had been at a stage performance in Toronto and as there has been severe sleet there over the last few days, many flights were unable to land and had to be diverted, so it was very difficult for them to get seats to return to Hong Kong. Kenix said happily: "For this show to have already aired on Pay Vision and still do so well is a big surprise and as an artiste, it makes me happy to know that the audience like your performance. Although it was hard work filming it in the high heat of summer, where everyone’s faces were dripping with sweat, it was all worth it." Kenix has invited her ten ‘sons’ back to her home on Friday to watch the finale, but as some of them have other work commitments, they are unable to confirm as yet.
Coincidentally at another end of the restaurant, Kenneth Ma and Margie Tsang were seen dining together. It turned out that they had just finished filming for their series "Curious Detective" and had joined the crew for lunch. When Kenneth saw the reporters, he immediately explained: "Roger Kwok is on his way!"