Flora Chan’s “Watch Out, Boss” Finally Gets a Release Date

By on January 5, 2018 in NEWS, TV Dramas

Flora Chan’s “Watch Out, Boss” Finally Gets a Release Date

After two years of collecting dust in TVB’s warehouse, the television drama Watch Out, Boss <波士早晨> is finally going to see the light of day.

Watch Out, Boss was filmed in 2015 and stars Flora Chan (陳慧珊) and Ben Wong (黃智賢) in the lead, with supporting appearances by Ali Lee (李佳芯), Tony Hung (洪永城), and Waise Lee (李子雄). Watch Out, Boss is notable for being Flora’s last TVB drama before officially parting ways with the station for a more low profile career.

Originally slated for a 2016 release, Watch Out, Boss was pushed back numerous times for unknown reasons. In December, Ben Wong hinted that the studios plan to air it on February, and Tony Hung confirmed it through his social media that Watch Out, Boss is confirmed for a February release.

He wrote, “The first good news of 2018 is that the boss is back. It’s finally decided that the city comedy Watch Out Boss will be greeting everyone on February 12. We’re going to spend the Lunar New Year together.”

Are you excited for Watch Out, Boss?

Source: HK01.com

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

4 comments to Flora Chan’s “Watch Out, Boss” Finally Gets a Release Date

  1. tetsuo108 says:

    I like Flora Chan acting, can’t wait.

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    • alicesky replied:

      @tetsuo108 same here. Never thought that i can see her on tv again. Such a good new for 2018 🙂

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  2. tiffany says:

    Rumor is the drama got cut to 15 episodes.

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    • llwy12 replied:

      @tiffany Not worth watching then if the series was cut that much…

      To be honest, I was surprised at first that TVB decided to air this series now given it coincides with Flora Chan filming / producing a variety series for ViuTV (we all know how TVB feels about former artists working for a rival TV station)…but then I saw the scheduled airing date and it actually makes sense. Airing the series starting 2/12 means that it will run primarily during the Chinese New Year holiday (CNY starts 2/16) – the cannon fodder time slot where most series don’t do well. They’re probably using this series as “filler” over CNY so that they can resume airing their anniversary series after that and not have to risk CNY affecting the ratings for those series…

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