Every Step You Take


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Due to an accident, magazine photographer SUNG TIN-CHUNG (Myolie Wu) not only lost her parents but also her sight. Nevertheless, born to be aesthete, TIN-CHUNG, who loves binge-watching TV drama, never gives up on herself. Accompanied by her boyfriend TO CHING-HENG (Jonathan Cheung) and a guide dog, she gradually rebuilds her lost confidence, and an advertising slogan “With Love, Nothing is Impossible” even becomes her motto, helping her let go of her sorrows. Unknown to her, the advertising producer, KAM YIN-CHUNG (Moses Chan), is actually her next-door neighbour. Work addict YIN-CHUNG cannot keep friends and co-workers, not even his apprentice YUEN YUEN (Elaine Yiu), who wants to resign. Feeling rather puzzled, YIN-CHUNG decides to take a long vacation and move back to his former residence, and in the meantime to get back in touch with his old friend YU KA-KING (Mak Cheung Ching). While it’s the best opportunity for YIN-CHUNG to start anew, it also helps him gain a better understanding of himself. With her boyfriend having a change of heart……

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Captain Of Destiny


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While driving the police speedboat to hunt down a criminal, Cheung Chau police officer WONG TAI-MUI (Grace Chan) is accidentally caught in a waterspout and travels back in time two hundred years to the Qing Dynasty, where she encounters pirate CHEUNG PO-TSAI (Tony Hung) and the eleventh prince, MAN HO (Ruco Chan). Being a living embodiment of righteousness, TAI-MUI often circulates from group to group by taking advantage of the history learned from her e-book, managing to help them land on their feet. However, the pirate captain, CHENG YAT (Law Lok Lam) and his wife SHEK KIU (Maggie Shiu) get suspicious of this girl of dubious background. Gradually, TAI-MUI’s power of knowing the future causes both CHEUNG PO-TSAI and MAN HO to fall for her, and thus develops a complex web of love, loyalty and relationships among the three. On top of that, TAI-MUI runs into her ancestors CHU SHUK-KWAN (Mandy Wong) and WONG YAT-HIN (Joel Chan). As the saying goes, the course of true love never did run smooth, so TAI-MUI cannot help but feel how ironic the quarrelsome couple’s marriage is. Out of the blue, CHEUNG PO-TSAI is engulfed in the imperial power struggles packed with intrigues and conspiracies. As for MAN HO, he also has no idea that he is being manipulated by LADY YIM (Elaine Yiu) and LADY SHUN (Susan Tse) like a puppet, ending up being a victim of political infighting. He’d rather forgo his ambition of succeeding to the throne than live without his beloved one. Eventually, he deserts the army to elope with HA SHIM (Kelly Fu), during which he comes across Siam pirate captain WUSONA (Océane Zhu), who lays siege to his heart. Meanwhile, the waterspout reoccurs as the solar eclipse is taking place, so CHEUNG PO-TSAI, in order to help TAI-MUI, also comes back to the future……

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Momentary Lapse of Reason


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KAM WAH (Louis Cheung) appears to be a corrupt cop who can easily trade his dignity, taking bribes like it’s no big deal. During his investigation of a human trafficking case, he gets to know a girl who vows to stay single, LEUNG SUM (Tavia Yeung). LEUNG SUM is haunted by being kidnapped as a child together with her best friend, FA YING-YUET (Lin Xia Wei), so she hates human traffickers and despises the corrupt civil servants even more, except KAM WAH’s co-worker, SHUM YAT-YIN (Matt Yeung). YAT-YIN, a man of unquestionable integrity who stays free of corruption, not only grabs LEUNG SUM’s attention but also gains her affection. Though KAM WAH’s philosophy is poles apart from YAT-YIN’s, KAM WAH experiences an awakening of conscience after he takes bribes leading to the sudden death of a witness…..

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Brick Slaves


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LAU YIU-MING (Vincent Wong) exhausts the money that he and his girlfriend have saved for many years to buy a property and is about to get married. Out of the blue, his girlfriend not only wants to break up with him, but also secretly leases the premises out to a piano teacher, CHOI KIN-CHING (Selena Li). Unfortunately, YIU-MING’s bad day gets even worse as he is soon laid off from work. In order to continue to pay the mortgage, YIU-MING has no other choice but to accept the unreasonable condition imposed by KIN-CHING, however the two often have arguments due to their differences in lifestyles. Later on, YIU-MING unveils that there is quite a story behind KIN-CHING’s personality that makes everyone keep a distance from her. Eventually, YIU-MING finds a new job with a property management company. Unknown to him, his arrival ruins LO PIT-TAT’s (Mak Cheung Ching) hope of getting promoted, so…..

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Presumed Accidents


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KIU MAN-KIT (Lawrence Ng), who runs an antique business, is a knowledgeable gentleman, leading an affluent lifestyle. Ever since the death of his wife, CHONG WING-YEE (Selena Li), he has been living alone and only his butler CHEUNG HAK-LOI (Chow Chung) knows everything he does. It’s not until one day when he runs into an insurance investigator called YAN YIN (Sisley Choi) at the hospital that ripples are stirred up in his quiet life. When YAN YIN tries her best to find out what happened to her late parents who died in an accident, she discovers that she is somehow related to MAN-KIT; whereas MAN-KIT, in order to know YAN YIN better, also joins the insurance company and gets to know her suitor, CHEUK SING-YEUNG (Lai Lok Yi), in the process. Gradually, MAN-KIT and YAN YIN uncover that someone seems to be behind what appear to be accidents. Just as they are about to unravel the truth, MAN-KIT encounters FAYE LIN (Selena Li), who bears a striking resemblance to his late wife, and it turns out that both SING-YEUNG and FAYE have something to hide……

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The Fixer


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The police force, lawyers and the underworld are not immune to the inextricability of certain problems, so an underground organization called “The Fixer” emerges to cater to these new kinds of demands. The organization consists of the leader SZETO SHUM-PING (Chin Ka Lok) and four other members including a strong-willed character well versed in law LUI LUI (Mandy Wong), an IT genius MAK PING-ON (Tracy Chu), a Casanova and petty thief CHAN TAI-MAN (Timmy Hung) and a former high-ranking government official PAK SHUN (Henry Lo). They cross the line in adopting unconventional means to help their clients tackle different kinds of complex problems. Under the leadership of SHUM-PING, a brave man of resources and astuteness, they are invincible. However, SHUM-PING did not know that his mother CHU FUNG-YEE (Gigi Wong) suffers from Dementia until he reunites with his estranged younger brother MAK HANG-CHIK (Benjamin Yuen), who is an officer from the Organized Crime and Triad Bureau. In order to make some redemption for his earlier mistakes, SHUM-PING endeavors to mend the fences with his family, experiencing the comfort of family warmth that he’s never had before. Unexpectedly, with the appearance of a mystery person, SHUM-PING and everything he owns are gradually driven to the verge of catastrophe. Not only are the identities of the organization members being exposed one after another, but they also are hotly pursued by both sides of the law, not to mention the rupture of the bond between siblings. How is SHUM-PING going to fix all of this on his own after being plunged into such a turmoil…..

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My Dangerous Mafia Retirement Plan


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From childhood best friends to becoming powerful mafia bosses, HO KEI-SONG (Kent Cheng) and LAU CHEUK-NAM (Wong Kwong Leung) have been through thick and thin together for all these years. Later CHEUK-NAM is jailed for killing a police officer, so he entrusts his mistress, SO YAU-LAM (Alice Chan), to KEI-SONG’s keeping. Unbeknown to him, the latter two get married behind his back. Shortly afterwards, KEI-SONG steps down to run a restaurant, leading a quiet life together with his sister-in-law, SO YAU-MIU (Yuen King Tan) and daughter from his previous marriage, HO FOON-SUM (Eliza Sam). Surprisingly, CHEUK-NAM is released from prison early and seeks refuge with KEI-SONG, which not only puts their brotherhood to the test, but also leads to the collapse of her daughter FOON-SUM’s relationship with her boyfriend LIU SAU-GEI (Matt Yeung). With KEI-SONG’s whole family on the verge of falling apart, CHEUK-NAM tries to pull him back into his old life; whereas CHEUK-NAM’s ex-wife, YIP FONG-FEI (Amy Fan), who disappeared many years ago, also resurfaces and reveals a hidden secret. Suddenly, all of them get caught in the grip of the ever-escalating mafia feud……

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Come Home Love : Dinner At 8


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With the TV station that KOO HIU-SUN (Wayne Lai) works for in turmoil, the management appoints WAN FEI-FEI (Florence Kwok) the general manager to carry out a reform. The women’s lifestyle show produced by HIU-SUN is the first to be affected and they run into problems on launch day for the new show. Quick-witted HIU-SUN immediately tells LAM SIU-SIU (Teresa Mo), his secretary who is just transferred from the accounts department, to replace the absent celebrity chef and host the show. SIU-SIU demonstrates her eloquence and incredible culinary skills to make the show go viral, so HIU-SUN pressures SIU-SIU to continue to host the show. However, SIU-SIU makes a counter-proposal that not only will her best friend/hair stylist, CHIU LAI-HUNG (Angela Tong), get to keep her job, but SIU-SIU herself also gets to work fixed hours in exchange for her taking up the new assignment. She needs fixed hours because she has to serve dinner for her younger uncle, LAM YEE-MAK (Chan Kwok Bong), and her paternal half-brother, LAM WO (Ricco Ng), on time each day. Ever since her job transfer, SIU-SIU has to have more than one ace up her sleeve so as to deal with her overly demanding boss, HIU-SUN. As for HIU-SUN who has reached a career bottleneck, he is always on his guard against his Assistant Producer YAN YAN (Veronica Shiu) for fear of her being an office snitch for FEI-FEI. Unexpectedly, YAN YAN and SIU-SIU hit it off right away, on top of which they even intervene in the relationship between HIU-SUN and his father KOO LIK-HANG (Chung King Fai), making a huge impact beyond their wildest dreams……

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Wudang Rules


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Having suffered a traumatic setback, former undercover police officer PAU KAI-CHUNG (Chin Siu Hou) takes shelter in the Wudang Mountains, where he encounters his senior and childhood acquaintance MO YEE-SHAN (Yuen Qiu). YEE-SHAN, who runs a hostel and teaches martial arts, lets KAI-CHUNG stay and work as a chef, above which she also takes in a blockhead of dubious background, HO CHING-TUNG (Derek Kok). Who could have thought a group of Hong Kong Kung Fu students would cause such a stir in this previously peaceful secluded getaway? The students include YEE-SHAN’s daughter LOK YEUNG (Tavia Yeung), terminally ill boxing champion CHEUNG KA-KONG (Timmy Hung), wealthy heir LO YIK-HIN (Cheung Wing Hong), private bodyguard YEUNG CHING-WU (Toby Leung) and model SIU YUK (Regen Cheung) etc. It turns out that KAI-CHUNG and LOK YEUNG have already known each other in Hong Kong; whereas LOK YEUNG’s sudden appearance triggers his grief-stricken memories. Later on, KAI-CHUNG unveils LOK YEUNG’s real purpose which is to convince her mother to sell the hostel to a Hong Kong corporation. Pretending to be injured, YEE-SHAN appoints KAI-CHUNG to succeed her, continuing to teach everyone martial arts. On top of that, she even promises LOK YEUNG that she is going to fulfill her wish if LOK YEUNG is able to win the competition within three months. As the course is drawing to a close, CHING-TUNG suddenly becomes normal, and even recognizes who KAI-CHUNG really is. All of a sudden, the whole Wudang Mountains are on the verge of crisis……

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Ghost Of Relativity


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SUEN SHUK-MUI (Kristal Tin), an architectural firm newcomer, really couldn’t have screwed things up much worse. Not only did she actually cause architect MAI HOI-LONG (Moses Chan) to lose an international award, but she also was immediately dismissed by the Administration Manager, KEUNG YUNG (Nancy Wu). Later on, she ends up being involved in a series of bizarre and ludicrous events. KEUNG YUNG is electrocuted to death because of SHUK-MUI’s knock-off phone, and her ghost attaches to the phone. The ghost of KEUNG YUNG then uses SHUK-MUI, who is the only person that can see her, to return to the company as she has had a crush on HOI-LONG for years. With KEUNG YUNG helping SHUK-MUI climb up the corporate ladder, the two develop a mutually dependent relationship, and in the process, KEUNG YUNG even unmasks the General Manager, LEE ON-LAP (Eddie Kwan), and Board Member, LAW LAI-FA’s (Vivien Yeo) plot. Fortunately, getting help from a hacker, AI TIT-MAN (Chiang Chi Kwong), they are able to deal with the difficult and malicious colleagues for the time being. SHUK-MUI bears a resemblance to KEUNG YUNG and gradually makes HOI-LONG fall for her, turning KEUNG YUNG green with envy. However, KEUNG YUNG’s existence is closely linked with the clone phone, and she will vanish once the phone runs out of battery. By then, everything SHUK-MUI has will be gone……

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Officer Geomancer


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Police officer, SIT TAN-YAN (Johnson Lee), is a no ordinary man because he possesses authentic knowledge and skills in geomancy that he learned from his grandfather, and often manages to solve mysterious cases at critical moments. On top of that, having his best friend LEUNG SING-KAU (Oscar Leung), who has connections on both sides of the law, be his informant, his style of work amazes his superior CHE KWAI-FEI (Joey Meng) very much. As a criminal psychologist, KWAI-FEI makes a decision solely based on rational factors. Though the two seem to be poles apart, they have developed a close rapport with each other. Apart from her job, KWAI-FEI, being the matriarch of her family, cares for nothing but the future of her younger sister CHE KWAI-MEI (Harriet Yeung) and brother CHE KWAI-KWAN (Fred Cheng). When KWAI-MEI gets caught up in a love triangle involving SING-KAU and KWAI-FEI’s subordinate TIT LEUNG-CHI (Rebecca Zhu), KWAI-FEI becomes out of control, fortunately, she gets help from TAN-YAN. Meanwhile, there have been consecutive reports of kidnapped persons in town, and the abduction method evokes TAN-YAN’s memories of the past that he has hidden for years. Without hesitation, KWAI-FEI risks her own life to investigate the cases, whereas TAN-YAN predicts that something is going to happen……

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Limelight Years


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In his early twenties, XIANG YU (Peter Ho), who was born to a noble clan, possesses unusual physical strength as he can lift a bronze cauldron. Faced with a formidable opponent, he is full of fighting spirit, and is certainly unrivalled in courage. As for LIU BANG (Chen Daoming), he is already in his forties but still good-for-nothing and enjoys loafing around. Being outspoken and straightforward, he spends more time in socializing with friends, and thus forges close relationships with the local county bureaucrats such as XIAO HE (Yang Lixin). Following the sudden death of Emperor of Qin, the Second Emperor of Qin accedes to the throne due to manipulation and court-intrigue. However, his tyranny causes civilians to suffer undue hardship, triggering a populace in revolt. In the wake of this, several contending powers emerge from these rebel forces and engage in a struggle for supremacy over the empire. All of a sudden, all sorts of plots, intrigues and conspiracies surface, fuelling the war of gripping competitive strategies. In the meantime, the undeniably captivating and heart-warming legendary romances between “Hegemon-King of Western Chu” XIANG YU and Consort YU (Li Yixiao), as well as LIU BANG and LU ZHI (Qin Lan) are also unveiled. The war ends with total victory for LIU BANG, who establishes the Han Dynasty based on the administration of the fallen Qin Dynasty. Thus begins more than 400 years of Han dynastic rule, where LIU BANG is known as Emperor GAOZU of Han.

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