SINGAPORE — You Can Be An Angel is returning for its fourth season and will begin streaming on MeWatch on 14 March.
The drama about the staff and residents of a nursing home will also premiere on Channel 8 on 18 March at the 9pm weekday time slot.
Zoe Tay and Xiang Yun will reprise their roles as sisters and nurses who work at the nursing home.
Their characters have been promoted, however. Ruo Jun, played by Tay, is now assistant director of nursing.
Ruo En, played by Xiang Yun, is now the head nurse of the nursing home.
This season, which comprises 20 episodes, interestingly features Xiang Yun acting alongside her son, new actor Chen Xi.
You Can Be An Angel 4 also stars Guo Liang, Hong Ling, Desmond Ng, Zhang Zetong, Zhu Hou Ren, Sheryl Ang, and Tyler Ten.
The series will reflect the real-life COVID-19 pandemic as it portrays the onset of the virus spreading within Singapore and how it affects the elderly residents and frontline healthcare workers.
Zoe Tay said she enjoyed working with Xiang Yun again. The latter sat out of season three of You Can Be An Angel because she was busy filming for another project. "I feel like family with her after four seasons of this drama. We've grown over the series and I really treasured the time we spent acting together because it's very rare that we get to work together," said Tay.
Xiang Yun said, "Many people experience elderly family members being affected by dementia. This drama will show us how we can deal with this issue, which is challenging even for medical workers."
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