Hit 1999 TVB drama 'Witness To A Prosecution' adapted into film

Bobby Au-yeung plays a historical forensic medical examiner who comes up with creative ways to solve crimes in the hit series. Photo: Bobby Au-yeung/Weibo

If you grew up in the 1990s, you may be familiar with the hit 1999 TVB drama, Witness To A Prosecution.

The series revolves around a historical forensic medical examiner Song Ci, played deftly by Bobby Au-yeung, who looks for clues in dead bodies and comes up with creative ways to solve crimes back in the olden days.

(Way before, fingerprints or DNA analysis came into the picture).

The series, which premiered in late 1999, became the most watched TVB drama in 2000.

More than 20 years later, the TVB drama will get a big screen adaptation, New Witness To A Prosecution, with Au-yeung reprising his role.

Au-yeung, 60, recently shared behind-the-scene photos and videos from the set at Hengdian World Studios in Zhejiang, China.

According to jaynestars.com, the film will center on the mysterious “Dragon King” wreaking havoc, which many perceive to be a supernatural figure.

Song Ci and his team race against time to prove he is not a god, but a serial killer.

The Mainland China production will also star Shao Yun and Zhao Yibei.

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