It doesn’t matter where in the world you are in, as long as you are with the right one, the feeling of love with naturally come along with it. A Time of Love heads on a journey telling four different stories from four different places in the world but what unites them together is the common discovery of love. Continue reading
The Hippocratic Crush II (AKA On Call 36 Hours II) immediately follows off from The Hippocratic Crush (AKA On Call 36 Hours), following the lives of doctors, new and old, facing the patients and challenges that unfold before them. Continue reading
Private investigator, Chu Cho On/Joe (Kenneth Ma) goes through an overlap connecting four different love stories in the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter. Each story is unique and features different emotions that echoes the different seasons as well as the different take on a love relationship. In the four seasons, love is not as simple as it appears. Continue reading
A world of narcotics is what bonds these people co-existing from different worlds.
Heung Wing/Gordon Heung (Michael Miu) is the Narcotics Bureau’s Operation Wing senior inspector who is also a mentor and good friend to Wai Sai Lok/Happy Sir (Raymond Lam), the senior inspector of the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB). Together, they work hand in hand to solve various cases. Continue reading
If only friendship could sustain as long as a diva’s feud…
There is nothing like a long strive for superiority and this is just what former divas, Seung Ying Hung (Liza Wang) and Miu Sing Ho (Gigi Wong), have been fighting over each other for over the last 30 years. It all began 30 years ago when these retired actresses worked under the same company. Now, even though they are retired, they are still constantly on the verge to outwit each other. It it was not for their respect for their master, Fung Hang Man (Chung King Fai), they would have cut off all relations with each other. Continue reading
Hui Wai Sam (Bosco Wong) is a Witness Protection Unit (WPU) officer who is very dedicate in his job. Due to a case that involves the potential assassination of wealthy businessman Kiu Kong San’s (Paul Chun) younger brother, Kiu Kong Ho (Ram Tseung), Wai Sam is ordered to protect Kon San’s only daughter and surviving child, Kiu Chi Lam (Linda Chung).
Chi Lam witnessed the person who tried to assassinated her uncle and now her life is on the line.
Tiger Cubs is a unique TVB series airing once a week at 90 minutes each episode with a total run of 13 episodes. It is another police procedural drama but this time based on the elite team from the Special Duties Unit. The Chinese title is ‘Flying Tigers’ based on the nickname of the real SDU team. The SDU is the team that specialises and handles crimes that are deemed too dangerous for ordinary police to handle. They also work closely with the Organized Crime and Triad Bureau team to crack down on the terrorist groups. Continue reading
When the TV King of 2011 stars in his first and possibly his only drama of 2012, it is bound to have some high expectations. When he comes together with one of TVB’s hot male star, Raymond Wong, well they are sure to make a great drama. Oh, did I mention that these two have some abs? Just by the look of the promotion poster, these guys are going to have some brotherly chemistry! I am sure these two will hit it with the female co-stars. I especially look forward to the Raymond-Natalie paring ever since their cutesy pairing in A Watchdog’s Tale. (Though, I must admit Natalie isn’t the greatest actress of all, but she is improving.) Continue reading
Ko Yee Man (Ha Yu) is a pawn shop owner who regards his pawn shop to be a people-helping business rather than a profit-making business. He also believes that there is no problem that can be left unsolved; always there trying to help people solve their problems. His is a beloved 24/7 father to his three children however, they sometimes can give him a headache. Continue reading
A group of medical interns and residents are training to become doctors. These medical interns and residents are on call 36 hours a day with the attempt to help there patients get the very best care and triumph through their illness.
Graduating neurosurgery resident, Cheung Yat Kin/Yat Kin Tau (Kenneth Ma), takes his work very seriously ever since he caused his brother Cheng Yat Hong (Nathan Ngai) to suffer from a pair of paralysed legs. His group of interns respect him as much as they fear him. Kin is working very hard in him job in order to earn enough money to fulfil his brother’s dream of going overseas to study medicine so he has always neglected his love life. That is until he met another aspiring neurosurgeon, Fan Chi Yu/Yu Jai (Tavia Yeung). Continue reading