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30 November 2016 | 11:28 am

洪铭铧 报道

本地电视剧收视每况愈下,不复以往的今天,还有收视保证这回事吗?联合早报记者翻出过去11年来所统计的年度收视榜数据,从演员、题材、监制和故事人这几方面,尝试找出本地剧收视保证王牌。

首先是找出谁是收视保证演员。

记者根据每年收视三甲的戏剧,找出主角,再根据各剧排名依次给分,如收视第三名的主角,每人1分;第二名每人2分;第一名每人4分。第一二名的分数差距较大,是为了凸显冠军剧的重要性。

另外,记者认为,凡是重头剧或是大堆头演员为主的戏剧,演员将不得分。这是因为这类剧的预算一般较大,有较多动作、爆破场面,也动员众多演员演出,可以说,这类剧对观众的吸引力,不在个别演员身上。

另一方面,有若干家庭剧以群戏为主,主配角的戏份差异不大,一律不给分以示公平。这么一来,能够打进三甲的小成本剧主角获得分数,才能彰显出其演员的号召力。

从2015年追溯至2005年的收视前三名戏剧、主角、剧种、监制、故事人如下表。

综观12年来的三甲,总共有38部剧上榜(2013年有三部剧共享第三)。其中,16部可归类为大堆头演员的重头剧或以群戏为主的剧集,剩下22部有明显主角可以计分。

统计结果,黄碧仁毫无悬念地以10分(一部冠军两部季军)遥遥领先。接着是黄俊雄、彭耀顺各以6分居次,再来瑞恩、王沺裁和夏雨同得5分排名第三。

得4分和3分的有超过10人,郑惠玉和欧萱(皆3分)都在其中。记得在90年代郑惠玉的事业巅峰时期,她就是电视人口中的收视灵丹,凡戏有她出现,总能拉抬几点收视。不过她近年减产,每年一剧,如果“押错宝”,收视表现就很平凡了。

重头剧的特色

其实,花比较多钱摄制的重头剧,只有四部摘下冠军。

如果扩大去看38部上榜剧,其中16部或将近一半是群戏为主,似也反映出新传媒的主角收视效应不太够,大堆头演员演出气氛热闹,比较吸引观众。

那么,重头剧又最常用哪些演员呢?他们是白薇秀、黄俊雄、李南星、欧萱、戚玉武和瑞恩,都有三部或以上。根据一些幕后人的说法,这显示他们可能是受力捧或重视的小生花旦,所以容易在重头剧中卡位。参与重头剧的好处是,当它收视高时,演员们都能生辉,若反应不佳,则很难挑人出来扛责,比起小成本剧,风险不大,相对安全。

家庭剧最受欢迎

剧种方面,以家庭观众为主要对象的电视剧,最受欢迎的题材是家庭剧,可说是“众望所归”,38部剧中有15部可归类为家庭剧。

但是家庭剧拍多了,难免走入瓶颈,有人认为本地剧一度出现家庭剧泛滥现象,造成年轻观众流失。

在剩余剧集中,怀旧剧和警匪剧各占四部、三部,是本地观众较喜爱的剧种。随着人口老化,医护剧过去几年慢慢崛起,越来越符合年长观众的口味,也反映在三甲名单中。

姜是老的辣

监制和故事人方面,按照和演员的计算法(冠军剧4分,亚军剧2分,季军剧1分),也得出以下的“收视保证”名单。

最资深的王尤红以12分居监制榜首,其次是李宁强、谢敏洋各11分(两人皆已离职),苏美莲得10分居第三。杨锡彬被调任马来西亚新传媒负责人后,影响表现,但凭被调前的表现也有7分。

故事人方面,也是最资深的洪荣狄以20分排第一,接着是刘清盆的15分,谢俊源有12分。同样的,全方位工作室的8分加上哇哇映画的5分达13分,刚好可打入三甲。不过有故事人透露,最近新传媒改变制度,提呈某个点子或案子的故事人,最终未必会被分配负责编写故事,据了解新的分配制度不太受欢迎。

联合早报记者试图通过一套实验性的标准来测量“收视保证”,这未必是唯一的标准,但或可抛砖引玉。

Source: Zaobao

Categorised in C.L.I.F. 2 警徽天职 2, C.L.I.F. 3 警徽天职 3, CH, Happy Family 过好年, Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, Joys of Life 花样人间, Ratings 节目收视率, The Dream Makers 志在四方, The Journey: Our Homeland, With You 我在你左右, Zaobao.

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12 February 2011 | 10:53 am

The MediaCorp artiste plays Rui En’s love interest in Ch8’s upcoming rom-com ‘A Tale of Two Cities’

Text & Photos: Joelle Chong
Video: Fiona Lin & Tay Yi Xuan

If the trailer presented at the press conference for Ch8 upcoming romantic comedy A Tale of Two Cities was anything to go by, we think Pierre Png might have a good chance being nominated for Best Actor in Star Awards next year.

In A Tale of Two Cities, Pierre plays Hong Kong veteran actress Choo Mimi’s adopted son Lin Wen Tao, who is not only a three-time taekwondo champion, but also a professional wedding photographer at his mother’s bridal shop.

A gentle and simple man by nature, Wen Tao is in cahoots with his mother, to try and change willful heiress Zhang Ya Le (played by Rui En) for the better. The two later fall in love and ultimately get married, but not without an obstacle, which comes in the form of an ex-girlfriend.

During the press conference, Pierre stated that filming A Tale of Two Cities with Rui En was a relaxed affair, although he still felt slightly pressurised because “she’s (Rui En) really good at what she does”.

This would be the second time Pierre and Rui En play onscreen couple; the first being Honour and Passion in 2007.

“Rui En is a lovely actress to work with. I love the way she gets into character because she’s so not like the character that she plays,” Pierre laughed during an interview with xinmsn.

Pierre further complimented his co-star for “bringing substance and life into her character”.

The actor added that working with Choo Mimi was a great learning experience, saying that she had “so much experience [with] the way they tackle the character, the way they prepare for the character”.

“Everything they do is just something to watch, something to learn from,” he said.

Pierre also called Choo Mimi “a joy to work with” as the talkative actress would take away the pressure from any scenes — be it an emotional one or a scene which required quarreling or bantering.

Despite starring in high-profile dramas such as Your Hand in Mine and The Score last year, Pierre has failed to secure a Best Actor nomination in the Star Awards this year.

When asked how he felt about not being nominated, Pierre said that since the beginning of his acting career, he had never actually thought he would make it into the Most Popular Male Artiste or even be nominated for Best Actor.

His last Best Actor nomination was in 2006 for his role as Nameless in The Shining Star, where he starred opposite then-newcomer Dawn Yeoh.

“That one time that I was nominated for Best Actor, they had to put me in the same category as Li Nanxing. So I thought that was a real sick joke,” Pierre guffawed.

While it was a pity he was not nominated this time, the actor said he would be supporting his friends at the event and wished all the nominees best of luck.

“I’m happy just being on the payroll, just having roles to play, different characters to analyse, different shows to be in and acting with different actresses. They keep getting younger,” Pierre smirked.

Catch Pierre Png and Rui En in A Tale of Two Cities, debuting this Valentines’ Day (Feb 14), 9pm on Channel 8.

Source: Xinmsn

Categorised in A Tale of 2 Cities 乐在双城, EN, Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, Star Awards 2011, xinmsn.

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27 December 2007 | 07:42 pm

27th December 2007

Page 13 – 芮恩最DIY

Page 42 & 43 特报 Feature – 电视行情数字

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly, Metamorphosis 破茧而出, Ratings 节目收视率, Star Awards, Star Awards 2007.

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15 November 2007 | 10:00 am

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国.

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27 September 2007 | 07:07 pm

27th September 2007

特报 Feature – 芮恩 宝家卫国

角色篇 – 野蛮女当道

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly.

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30 August 2007 | 07:04 pm

30th August 2007

Page 99 – 自然

新闻馆 Newsstand – 公主爱美丽

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly.

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02 August 2007 | 07:18 pm

2nd August 2007

视非街 Tv News – 谁是神枪手?

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly.

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26 July 2007 | 07:15 pm

26th July 2007

视非街 Tv News – 宝家卫国 冲锋陷阵

Source: I Weekly

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, I-Weekly.

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24 July 2007 | 07:47 pm

24 July 2007

TView

HONOUR AND PASSION
STARRING: Huang Wenyong, Tay Ping Hui, Bryan Wong, Rui En, Nat Ho, Felicia Chin
SHOWING ON: Channel 8, weekdays, 9pm, starting tonight
RATING: ****

lianyi@sph.com.sg

I DIDN’T quite expect it, but new local series Honour And Passion is a winner.

It’s one of those sponsored shows (by the Singapore Armed Forces this time) and MediaCorp’s record has been pretty hit-and-miss with that.

But it turns out to be a pretty likable drama about National Service.

Plot has never been a strong point with local shows. Plus, it is never easy to judge a story based on the two episodes reviewers get to watch.

So I go with these questions. Is the characterisation good? Is there chemistry between the actors? And do I enjoy the two hours I spend with them?

Yes to all.

Honour And Passion is about a military warrant officer (Huang Wenyong) and his four children (Tay Ping Hui, Bryan Wong, Rui En, Nat Ho).

Ping Hui is a commando officer, Bryan that rare thing, a male with empathy, Rui En a tomboy and Nat an undisciplined runt.

Somehow, for a bunch so good-looking, they are all losers at romance.

There’s also a terrorist subplot in there somewhere.

The most interesting casting choice is Felicia Chin as an artillery instructor. I’ve never seen a female soldier that hot in real life.

Women everywhere should ask what sunblock her character Ouyang Peipei uses, because nobody exposed to that much sun remains that pink-cheeked and snowy white.

A truly ludicrous introduction is when one student whispers to another: “I don’t even know if anybody would want her.”

I know that’s supposed to play on the (unfair) stereotype that military women are butchy, but come on.

Still, I guess her casting works in the sense that the part of the brain that says “that’s unbelievable” is quickly overpowered by the part that says “that’s unbelievably hot”.

It might have something to do with me and uniforms though.

That said, it is the other female lead, Rui En, who steals the show.

Her character – tomboyish yet vulnerable, with a tremendously low tolerance for alcohol – is by far the most interesting.

As an actress, Rui En has always seemed a bit standoffish, but her character gets so much grief in the first two episodes that she is easy to relate to. Even lovable!

I am looking forward to her character’s interactions with Pierre Png’s. They make quite the amusing pair.

CLEVER TWIST

Their meeting is pretty stereotypical (I don’t know how many MediaCorp drama serials has had boy crash into girl, get angry with each other, eventually become lovers) but the twist – she has no idea that Pierre hates her – is clever.

WHAT THOSE TICKS MEAN
***** Excellent
**** Good
*** Average
** Mediocre
* Don’t bother

Source: The New Paper

Categorised in Honour and Passion 宝家卫国, The New Paper.

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