Netflix has released the first trailer and set the premiere date for part three of the Taiwanese series, ‘Light the Night.’ The 8-episode part three, which is also the final season of ‘Light the Night’ will release on March 18 on Netflix, worldwide.
The series is set in the 1988 Taipei Red Light District and follows the lives, loves, and challenges of club madams and hostess ladies. Season 3 will see Detective Pan Wen-cheng continue to investigate the murder of a madam at Bar Hikari, explore the mystery, and narrow in on the murderer's identity while uncovering more dark secrets and tangled relationships.
The second season continues the investigation into Sue's death. Where Rose finds herself in a precarious situation as the series continues, with her being targeted as the culprit. However, it is evident that Sue was not killed by Rose, and Yaya can be seen apologizing to her. Finally, Chiang Han intended to meet Rose to warn her of another death, but he couldn't keep up with her and was killed by a car on the way. The third season is set to reveal several secrets.
The cast of the series includes Ruby Lin as Lo Yu-nung a.k.a. Rose, the manager of 'Hikari', Yo Yang as Pan Wen-cheng, a detective, Cheryl Yang as Su Ching-yi a.k.a. Sue, the owner of 'Hikari', Rhydian Vaughan as Chiang Han, a famous television screenwriter, Derek Chang as He Yu-en, a college student, Puff Kuo as Wang Ai-lien a.k.a. Aiko, a hostess of 'Hikari', Yu-en's classmate, Esther Liu as Li Shu-hua a.k.a. Hana, a hostess of 'Hikari', Cherry Hsieh as Chi Man-ju a.k.a. Ah-chi, a hostess of 'Hikari', Nikki Hsin-ying Hsieh as Huang Pai-he a.k.a. Yuri, a hostess of 'Hikari'.
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