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HBO Asia Mini-Series, 'Grace' to Feature Asia's Horror Mythology!

By InCinemas  /  08 Sep 2014 (Monday)
Grace is HBO Asia’s third original production and the first that’s wholly conceived and developed by HBO Asia.

The four-part horror mini-series stars Chinese-American actor Russell Wong, Teresa Daley, local actors Pamelyn Chee, Constance Song and George Young!
Relying on the psychology of fear, Grace takes a western approach towards the horror conventions of Asia, blending aspects of Asian supernatural mythology and traditions in the context of modern real-life scenarios to tell the story of a flawed man and his family.

Grace premieres on HBO / HBO HD (StarHub TV Ch 601) on October 17 2014, Friday!

The hour-long episodes of GRACE will air weekly, culminating in a two-part finale on Halloween, Friday, October 31.

The mini-series will also be released on HBO GO one hour after it airs on HBO and on HBO On Demand the Monday after its HBO debut. The mini-series will be broadcast in English with Mandarin, with subtitles in selected territories.

Non-subscribers can watch the first episode of GRACE for free via streaming on HBO Asia's website and YouTube channel from October 18 for two weeks in the following eight territories, with subtitles where available: Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Thailand.

Russell Wong (Romeo Must Die) leads an all-Asian ensemble cast which includes Taiwanese starlet Teresa Daley (Transformers: Age Of Extinction), and Singaporean actors Constance Song (Point Of Entry); Pamelyn Chee (HBO Asia’s Serangoon Road); Jean Toh; Vivienne Tseng (Code Of Law); Shane Mardjuki (Sayang Sayang); as well as acting veterans Lim Kay Tong (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story) and Lim Yu Beng (Anna And The King).
GRACE also stars Singapore-based George Young (The Pupil) and Nora Samosir (Masters Of The Sea); New Zealand-based Yoson An (Ghost Bride), with guest appearances by Jimmy Taenaka (HBO Asia’s Dead Mine) and Sunny Pang (The Collector).
Directed by the award-winning Australia-based Tony Tilse (HBO Asia’s Serangoon Road) and written by J. David Harden (Numb3rs) and the Hong-Kong based Zach Hines and Yalun Tu.
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