OL Supreme

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OL Supreme
女王辦公室
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OL Supreme official poster
Genre Modern Sitcom
Starring Liza Wang
Chapman To
Denise Ho
Ron Ng
Joel Chan
Lau Kong
Opening theme Suffer (捱) by Chapman To, Ron Ng, Denise Ho
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 80
Production
Producer(s) Wong Wai Sing
Running time 22 minutes (approx.)
Release
Original network TVB
Original release February 22 (2010-02-22) – June 12, 2010 (2010-06-12)
External links
Website
OL Supreme
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Title screen shot
Traditional Chinese 女王辦公室
Simplified Chinese 女王办公室
Literal meaning "Queen's Office"

OL Supreme (Chinese: 女王辦公室; literally: "Queen's Office") is a TVB half-hour modern sitcom series.

Synopsis[edit]

Divorced LUI SIU FUNG (Liza Wang) is the CEO's secretary of a mall management company and is the head of the company's secretaries. She has been working hard for many years in the company, deeply gaining the trust of the CEO SO DAI TUNG (Cheung Kwok Keung). SO is weak and afraid of dealing with situations, therefore behind the scenes its Fung who takes care of all the big business and issues happening around the company. The office is Fung's strongest area, she is the Queen of the Office, everyone in the company is afraid of her.

The Publicity Department will soon have a new manager, during the recruitment process Fung encounters single father SI SAP YAT (Chapman To) who she did not see as a secretary for a variety of reasons, but in the end he was appointed as one. One man in the secretary world led and dominated by women will eventually lead to a series of storms. Turns out that the new manager is no other than Fung's long lost daughter MIU SIK CHI (Denise Ho)!

Sik and Fung were separated for several years, the mother and daughter were originally very happy together, but Sik is very cold towards Fung. Sik's position is even higher than Fung in the office and was not adapted to the rules set by Fung. She was also not satisfied with how Fung treated her father in the past. In the office, the relationship between the two were full of storms, troubles and hatred.

Fung and her neighors knew each other for many years, but even after work Fung thinks of herself as a Queen. Fung is longing to learn more about her daughter Sik, but wanted to save face so she asked Sik's childhood nerdy friend LING SIU KEI (Ron Ng) who is a fan of buses to help be the mother and daughter's bridge. Kei lacked a mother since youth, while Fung who watched his growth is like a mother to him. When Sik and Kei met again, she recommended him to work in Fung's company becoming colleagues.

Cast[edit]

Cast Role Description
Liza Wang Lui Siu Fung (Queen)
雷小鳳
Age 52
Queen姐
Miu Sik Ji's mother
Lui Yu's aunt
Legend Place Selection Management Company's top secretary
So Tai Tung's secretary
Chapman To Sze Sap Yat (Leven)
施拾壹
Age 30
Father of two daughters
Miu Sik Chi's secretary
Miu Sik Chi's Boyfriend
ex-salesman
Denise Ho Miu Sik Chi (Music)
繆惜之
Age 28
Lui Siu Fung's daughter
Sze Sap Yat's boss
Sze Sap Yat's Girlfriend
Lui Yue's cousin. Promotion Department manager of Selection Management Company.
Ron Ng Ling Siu Kei
凌笑淇
Age 28
阿K
Cheung Mei Kwan's lover
Tech genius and devoted bus fan
Ling Siu Yung's brother
Chan Wing Yan's alleged little brother
Legend Place Selection Management Company employee in Promotion Department
Power Chan Man Cho San (Vincent)
文佐燊
Legend Place Selection Management Company's designer and consultant
Miu Sik Chi's ex-husband (not legally divorced)
(Cameo, episode 35-37)
Joel Chan (陳山蔥) Lui Yue (Mario)
雷宇
Age 29
Legend Place Selection Management Company office assistant (OA)
Miu Sik Chi's cousin
Lui Siu Fung's nephew
Lui Man Yue Chu's and Lui Siu Lung's son
Sung Cho Man's Boyfriend then Husband
Cheung Kwok Keung (張國強) So Tai Tung (Susan)
蘇大同
Age 50
CEO of Legend Place's Selection Management Company
Lui Siu Fung's boss
Secretly admires Lui Siu Fung
Lam Lei (林利) Chiu Chin Pang
趙展鵬
Legend Place's Selection Management Company leasing manager
Sire Ma Cheung Mei Kwan
張美君
Age 23
Legend Place's Selection Management Company Employee
Chiu Chin Pang's secretary
Ling Siu Kei's lover
Koni Lui Sung Cho Man
宋初敏
Age 25
Legend Place's Selection Management Company Employee
Ha Lei Shun's secretary
Lui Yue's Girlfriend then wife
Wilson Tsui (艾威) Ha Lei Shun
夏理迅
Age 40
Summer
Legend Place executive manager
Lau Kong Lui Siu Lung (Martin)
雷小龍
Age 60
Lui Yu's father
Liu Siu Fung's brother
Lui Man Yue Chu's husband
Miu Sik Chi's uncle. Chan Wing Yan's first godfather.
Angelina Lo (盧宛茵) Lui Man Yue Chu (Margaret)
雷萬如珠
Age 58
Lui Siu Lung's wife
Lui Yu's mother
Miu Sik Chi's aunt. Chan Wing Yan's godmother.
Kwok Fung (郭峰) Ling Tok
凌鐸
Age 50
Owner of Tok Kee restaurant at Legend Place's food court
Ling Siu Kei, Ling Siu Yung and Chan Wing Yan's father
Likes Lui Siu Fung; known for his greed
Joey Mak (麥皓兒) Ling Siu Yung
凌笑容
Age 22
Ling Siu Kei's little sister and Chan Wing Yan's god-sister
Security Guard at Legend Place
Patrick Dunn Wu Sheung Bong
鄔尚邦
Age 45
Chairman of Legend Place
Dickson Lee (李家聲) Chun Pok Si
秦博士
Age 35
Pak Mai's husband. Ling Tok's partner at Tok Kee restaurant.
Sherry Chen Pak Mai
白米
Age 24
Sze Sap Yat's daughters' babysitter
Chun Pok Si's wife.
King Kong Chan Wing Yan (Franky)
陳永仁
Age 27
Security guard
mistaken to be Ling Tok's first son
Ling Siu Kei and Ling Siu Yung's godbrother. Godson of Ling Tok, Lui Siu Lung and Lui Man Yue Chu.

Awards and nominations[edit]

TVB Anniversary Awards (2010)

  • Best Drama - Top 24
  • Best Actress (Liza Wang) - Top 15
  • Best Supporting Actor (Ron Ng) - Top 5
  • Best Supporting Actress (Denise Ho) - Top 15
  • My Favourite Male Character (Chapman To) - Top 15
  • My Favourite Female Character (Liza Wang) - Top 15
  • Most Improved Male Artiste (King Kong) - Top 5

Viewership ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Average Points Peaking Points References
1
February 22–26, 2010
1 — 5
25
27
[1]
2
March 1–5, 2010
6 — 10
24
[2]
3
March 8–12, 2010
11 — 15
24
[3]
4
March 15–19, 2010
16 — 20
24
[4]
5
March 22–26, 2010
21 — 25
24
[5]
6
March 29 - April 2, 2010
26 — 30
27
[6]
7
April 5–9, 2010
31 — 35
24
[7]
8
April 12–16, 2010
36 — 40
26
[8]
9
April 19–23, 2010
41 — 45
26
[9]
10
April 27–29, 2010
46 — 48
25
[10]
11
May 3–7, 2010
49 — 53
24
[11]
12
May 10–14, 2010
54 — 58
24
27
[12]
13
May 17–21, 2010
59 — 63
24
[13]
14
May 24–28, 2010
64 — 68
25
[14]
15
May 31 - June 4, 2010
69 — 73
24
[15]
16
June 7–11, 2010
74 — 78
25
[16]
June 12, 2010
79 — 80
25
[16]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • TVB.com O.L. Supreme - Official Website (Chinese)