A 'leftover lady' (refers to unmarried women over the age of 30) nicknamed White-Boned Demon Su Man, meets Song Yi, a talented man for whom she has had a crush on for years. To get closer to Song Yi, Su Man gives up her own promising future just to work with him. Despite her efforts, Lu Li Cheng, a man with whom she has had several conflicts, becomes her superior. Su Man treats him like a thorn in her side, yet he develops feelings for Su Man due to their interactions. Just when Su Man and Song Yi's relationship gets on the right track, unforeseen events occur as Su Man and Song Yi's past romances slowly surface. Su Man, Song Yi and Lu Li Cheng's relationships are tested in every way.
- 22 March
- 19 March
A man lives his life trying to foster a hatred for his enemy and devising ways to seek revenge. Le Jun Kai (Peter Ho) decides to marry his enemy’s daughter, Ye Zi (Janine Chang), and then proceeds to mistreat her and make her life as miserable as possible. But there’s a small problem. Jun Kai falls in love with Ye Zi, but he keeps his heart stone cold and tries to deny his growing love for his wife. Afraid to let his emotions get out of control, Jun Kai divorces Ye Zi, only to find out years later that she gave birth to his son and raised him on her own. Will Jun Kai be able to continue to deny his love for Ye Zi and continue to live his life consumed by hate?
- 2 December
Pi Zi and Ying Xiong are two cops who are as different as day and night. One does nothing except drink coffee and live a luxurious lifestyle while waiting for information from dubious sources to crack his cases. Another believes law and justice are the pillars of society and is constantly on the street catching criminals, though a little overzealously for his superior's liking. When a case brrings these two top crime solvers together, sparks fly and light is shed on the dark city, where the nation's President is on friendly terms with the local triad.
- 8 November
When President's only daughter, Liu Xin Ping, checked into the hospital for her chemotherapy treatment, the head of internal Medicine, Dr. Xu Da-Ming, and the head of surgery, Dr. Tang Guo-Tai, became the core members of the President's medical team. Both men planned to use this opportunity to prove themselves to be the best person for the hospital director's position.Xu advised Liu to have a Central IV implantation to alleviate the discomfort of her treatment. He appointed Dr. Su Yi-Hua, an expert in this type of operation, to perform the surgery. When Tang found out, he was furious that Xu appointed one of his surgeons without his explicit approval. To spite Xu and take credit for the treatment, he replaced Su with Dr. Qiu Qing-Cheng and publicly announced that he himself had performed the surgery. However, this move put himself and the hospital in a very difficult position when Liu developed serious complications after the surgery.Through out the ordeal, Su tried to maintain his integrity as a doctor by standing up to Tang. His actions created great displeasure in his boss and caused him to be alienated by the entire surgical department.While Su was experiencing alienation, the woman he loved was also under duress in the hospital. Anesthesiologist Guan Xin was caught in a medical malpractice claim involving hospital director Huang Kai-Yuan. Through Tang, Huang put pressure on Guan to take the blame for the malpractice. Guan refused. In the ensuing media circus, Guan endured pressures from both the hospital and the victim's family. She learned that it's difficult to maintain principle in the face of reality.Tang's overbearing attitude eventually led to his own downfall and Xu's rise to power. The shift in power stirred up series of personnel changes, of which, directly impacted the future of Qiu, Su and other members of the surgical department.