Drama Watch Out Boss Information

Watch Out Boss
  • Drama Title: Watch Out Boss
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  • Status: Ongoing
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Published Date: 2018
  • Total Episodes: 15
  • Summary: 

    Fashion urban TV drama, by Chen Huishan, Huang Zhixian, Fan Yimin, Li Zixiong, Li Jiaxin and Zhao Xiluo starring, edited by Zhong Ruoshi, supervised Guan Yongzhong. The show is a farewell for the nine-year farewell and 8-year farewell for the TVB service.

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