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WarnerMedia and CATCHPLAY announces new Taiwan series ‘Trinity of Shadows’

MANILA, 20 APRIL 2021 – WarnerMedia and CATCHPLAY today announced a brand-new HBO Asia Original Taiwan series, Trinity of Shadows. The 15-part, hour-long crime drama series will premiere with two back-to-back episodes every Sunday at 9pm from 13 June on HBO GO and HBO in the Philippines. The series is co-presented by WarnerMedia, CATCHPLAY and HKTVE.

An award-winning trio of Taiwanese actors Kaiser Chuang, Sandrine Pinna and Kuan-Ting Liu lead the cast of this noir crime drama. In fact, all three are familiar names at Taiwan’s Golden Bell and Golden Horse awards, as well as on the film festival circuit. The series also introduces a young talent, Stanley Yau, a member of MIRROR – the latest pop sensation from Hong Kong.

The series is about a murder investigation which has similarities to a cold case from three years ago. During the investigation, the lead detective (Pinna), an up-and-coming public official (Chuang) and rookie policeman (Liu) are drawn together into a dark labyrinth of power play.

Trinity of Shadows is produced by David Tang (Dad’s Suit, The Long Goodbye and Who Killed Cock Robin?) and directed by Bo-Hao Hong (Dad’s Suit, Wake Up S2). The screenwriter is Chien-Ming Huang (Scoundrels, Wake Up).

WarnerMedia and CATCHPLAY previously co-presented the Golden Bell winning series THE WORLD BETWEEN US in 2019. Stream or download all episodes of the THE WORLD BETWEEN US, is a ten-part hour-long series that follows the aftermath of a mass-shooting where all parties involved – the killer, the victims, the victims’ families, the media and the defense teams, whose fates are all intertwined, on HBO GO. Download the app at the App Store or Play Store on your device. You can also access HBO GO via Cignal, Globe and Skycable or at https://www.hbogoasia.com/. HBO GO can be accessed via Android TV, Apple TV, LG TV and Samsung Smart TV – and comes with AirPlay and Google Cast functionality.

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