Second Line Series
These dramas aired in Hong Kong from 9:35 to 10:35 pm, Monday to Friday on TVB.
|Number of episodes||Main cast||Theme song (T)
Sub-theme song (ST)
|Cold Blood Warm Heart
|65||Adam Cheng, Gallen Lo, Louis Koo, Julian Cheung, Jessica Hsuan, Astrid Chan, Maggie Cheung, Christine Ng, Nadia Chan||T: "從不放棄"
|Modern drama||Grand production||Official website|
|25||Deric Wan, Lawrence Ng, Jessica Hsuan||T: "主角還是你"
|Wars of Bribery
|20||Aaron Kwok, Athena Chu, Esther Kwan, Marco Ngai||T: "脫軌"
|20||Gallen Lo, Michael Tao, Amy Kwok, Vivien Leung||T: "别想念我"
|Modern drama||Released overseas on August 9, 1993.|
|Nothing to Declare
|20||Wong He, Bobby Au Yeung, Mariane Chan, Halina Tam||T: "我以你自豪"
|Modern action||Released overseas on November 27, 1995.|
|Once Upon a Time in Shanghai
|40||Adam Cheng, Sunny Chan, Gordon Lam, Nadia Chan, Gallen Lo, Carol Cheng, Eric Tsang||T: "能否再遇上"
|Period drama||Remake of 1980's The Bund.|
|The Criminal Investigator II
|30||Felix Wong, Gallen Lo, Sunny Chan, Kenix Kwok, Mariane Chan, Gigi Lai, Bondy Chiu, Joe Ma||T: "真相"
|Modern action||Sequel to 1995's The Criminal Investigator.||Official website|
|9 Dec 1996-
3 Jan 1997
|One Good Turn Deserves Another
|20||Maggie Cheung, Kenneth Chan, Louisa So||T: "回報"
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