Source: Jayne StarsSammy Leung’s (æ£®ç¾Ž) first TVB drama, Friendly Fire , premiered on December 18 in Hong Kong. Although the drama is put in the year-end graveyard airtime slot, the light-hearted and comedic scenarios in Friendly Fire immediately captured the audience’s attention. Sammy’s hardworking and friendly police officer “Kam Po Tei‘ also quickly became a fan-favorite character.Sammy shares most of his scenes with Sharon Chan (é™³æ•ä¹‹), who portrays the courageous “Ai Mei San,‘ his subordinate. The onscreen couple’s frequent bantering and flirting becomes one of the highlights of the drama. As happy as Sammy was to be able to work with Sharon, he always finds his manhood to be at stake when working with her.Sammy revealed, “There was a scene where Sharon fell into the water and I jumped in to save her. It was very hard kick in the water with boots on ‘“ impossible actually ‘“ and we almost drowned. The harder I kicked, the faster I drowned. Thankfully, Sharon immediately called cut and grabbed a lifebelt. If it weren’t for her, we would have drowned.‘Sharon revealed that she and Sammy’s characters, after years of bantering and fighting, will finally end up together in the end. She also exposed that Sammy requested for a kiss scene with Sharon! “It’s funny, because in front of the camera, Sammy is really carefree and funny, but he is actually very quiet and composed in person. He was very shy during the [kiss] scene!‘Friendly Fire averaged 29 points in its premiere episode, peaking at 31 points, with approximately 1.86 million viewers in Hong Kong tuning in. Premiering on the same evening, Linda Chung’s (é¾å˜‰æ¬£) Missing You averaged 28 points, peaking at 29 points, holding approximately 1.80 million viewers.