Hung Sue Gan starting from the bottom, established his own logistics company, which is now running smoothly. His only concern now are his three daughters. His eldest daughter has immigrated overseas. His second daughter Hung Yeuk Shui has reached the marriageable age, but has no hopes for marriage anytime soon. She is constantly bickering with her younger sister Hung Sum Yue, who is an honour student, over trivial matters, causing their father to not know whether to laugh or cry. Hung Sue Yan, Hung Sue Gan's brother, moves in with the family, temporarily ending his life as a nomadic photographer. He joins Hung Yeuk Shui's company and encounters Ko Pak Fei, the director of an online shop. The two appear to be former lovers, making for lots of laughter. Since Hung Sue Yan moved in, a series of strange events have occurred in the family. Upon investigation, the source is traced to Lung Ging Fung, a promising young man who is the son of department store mogul Lung Gam Wai.
Scoop is a comprehensive information programme of Television Broadcasts Limited.
The content of the program is mainly based on entertainment news and personal follow-up of the artists, and will also be interspersed with the latest trends of TVB dramas and artists. Some entertainment news content clips will be rebroadcast on the next day's "Entertainment Live".
This program will be broadcast on Jade Channel from 19:30-20:00 (Hong Kong time) from June 6, 2005, and will be broadcast every day from March 3, 2019, and will be broadcast on myTV (later myTV SUPER) to provide "Program Review".
MA FU, a retired employee of the HK Correctional Services Department, moved back to live with his son after retirement. MA FU treats and disciplines everyone in his family as if they were the offenders he works with in his job. His youngest son MA CHONG feels like he's in jail when he gets home, and his father is even often involved with his job as a paralegal. The father and son get into disputes daily and his elder brother MA KEUNG and his wife LO LAI SEUNG are often stuck in between and have to settle the disputes. The couple also holds the heavy responsibility of raising their kids. Three generations in the MA family all live together and encounter different situations, experiences and system of values.
A Kindred Spirit was a television drama series that was broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong from 15 May 1995 to 13 November 1999. It is one of the longest running drama shows in Hong Kong television history. Its exceptional longevity still amazes people in a city where scripted TV drama programs typically only last around 20 episodes. The total number of episodes is 1,128. Each episode airs a few days in each week.
The show centres on a family who operates a barbecue pork restaurant in Happy Valley, Hong Kong, and their life.
The Super Trio Series is a Hong Kong variety show produced by TVB. The series debuted in 1995, and remained in production for eighteen years due to its popularity. The show was hosted by Eric Tsang and his two assistants - Jerry Lamb and Chin Kar-lok. The show initially ended its run with the airing of the final episode on July 16, 2005. However, on March 9, 2008, the first episode of the show's spin-off series Super Trio Wonder Trip was aired; its main purpose was to introduce a series of new games that are to be imported from various game shows all over the world and would appear in series 8, Super Trio Supreme.
Detectives of the Hong Kong Police unearth the truth behind each crime they encounter.
Against a backdrop of the Republic of China era, fraudster Master Kwan is good at disguising himself as a Taoist priest. He flees to Five Races Town as he gets into trouble. Meanwhile, Kwan’s shenanigans – on the pretext of something to do with god Lu Dong-bin – have alarmed Great Master Luzu, who decides to go to the mortal realm to punish him. Through force of circumstance, Dong-bin is stranded in the mortal realm as he loses his mystical power. And then Dong-bin adopts Lui Shek as his new name while keeping Kwan company so as to help him get back on the straight and narrow. During the process, they solve bewildering cases in the village. A mortal and an immortal run into a prostitute called Pak Suet-fa, and they get entangled. Headman Sun Fu steps down. Kwan covertly prevents bully Kam Shi-ho from standing for election. Newly elected Headman Sun Ching-yee implements reforms as he deals with bad deeds committed by Shi-ho. A series of calamities is triggered in Five Races Town.
Against a backdrop of the Qing era, due to his father Sung On working as a prison guard, smart and clever Sung Sai-kit has witnessed all kinds of unjust things as he has been wandering around within the prison walls since his childhood, causing him not to believe there is justice in the legal field. After reaching adulthood, Sai-kit also does not want to become an imperial official even though he is well educated. He just covertly helps a fellow student called Ho Sau-shun pass his exam. And Sai-kit and his brother Sung Ah-kau follow a nomadic lifestyle. However, Sai-kit is then embroiled in the Murderous Spider Demoness Case. To find the perpetrator, he shows off his finesse as Pleader. During the process, he also meets brothel bouncer Ling Lung, who is a proficient combat fighter. The case is concluded, and Sai-kit and Ling Lung get married. He also properly goes down the road to working as a Pleader. Moreover, he has to deal with successive complicated big cases.
The Giants is a TVB television series, premiered on 15 May 1978. Theme song "The Giants" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyricist by Wong Jim, sung by Roman Tam.
"City Japes July 1987" is a classic sitcom set in a building in the Garden City. The story revolves around three families - the Xus, the Leungs, and the Sus - who live in the same building and interact with each other. Despite occasional conflicts, the families are close-knit and share heartwarming moments. The Xus are known for their helpfulness, the Leungs are a loving couple, and the Sus have three siblings with distinctive personalities. The show features many memorable characters, including coworkers and friends of the families.
Police Cadet '84 was a TV series which included such stars in TVB as Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung, and notably, Carina Lau. The story centered on a couple of young "cadets" in the Police Cadet School. Tragedy, romance, conflicts, and intrigues were featured.
The series was immediately followed by a sequels titled "New Police Cadet '85" and "New Police Cadet '88". Both sequels stars Tony Leung.
Vanity Fair is a TVB television series, premiered on January 2, 1978. Theme song "Vanity Fair" composition by Joseph Koo, lyricist by Wong Jim, arrangement by Joseph Koo and Choi Tak Choi, sung by Paula Tsui.
Conflict is a TVB television series, premiered on October 2, 1978. Theme song "Conflict" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyricist by Wong Jim, sung by Jenny Tseng.
Tin Kai-On moves to Hong Kong from his hometown and initially resents his father's new wife, but gradually comes to accept her. Kai-On lives with his cousin, who dislikes him, and befriends his cousin's sister, who is tomboyish. Kai-On also has a crush on his neighbor, who initially rejects him. Kai-On, his cousin, and a childhood rival eventually become close friends and start a successful business together.
Over the Rainbow is a TVB television series, premiered on 29 January 1979. Theme song "Over the Rainbow" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyricist by Wong Jim, sung by Liza Wang.
The Seasons was a 389 episode drama series that was shown during Enjoy Yourself Tonight on Hong Kong TV station TVB from 1987 to 1988. The show, being a section of the main program, Enjoy Yourself Tonight, meant that it was only 15 minutes long, a rarity in Hong Kong television drama programs. Another rarity is that each episode ends in the same shot: a flower being tossed into the water.
The Virtues of Harmony II is a long-running TVB television series, which follows its first series, Virtues of Harmony, a series set in Ancient China. This new, second series of the Virtues of Harmony is set in Modern Hong Kong.