My Boss My Hero
- Title: マイ★ボス マイ★ヒーロー
- Title (romaji): My Boss, My Hero
- Format: Renzoku
- Genre: School drama, comedy
- Episodes: 10
- Viewership rating: 18.91
- Broadcast network: NTV
- Broadcast period: 2006-Jul-08 to 2006-Sep-16
- Air time: Saturday 21:00
- Theme song: Sorafune by TOKIO
Sakaki Makio, also known as "Tornado" is a tough 27-year-old high school drop-out. By academic standards, he's pretty dumb. His father decides to force Makio to return to high school to receive his diploma and he asks an old friend who happens to be the principal of a nearby school to admit Makio. If Makio doesn't graduate, the position of boss will be given to his younger brother, Mikio.
Furthermore, he must pose as a 17-year-old during school hours and in the presence of any classmates or teachers outside of school. If his cover is blown, it would be the end of his high school career as well as his hopes to become boss. Things start out rough and tough as Makio's violent temper is tested. As the lessons and days go by he learns there is much more to school than just tests and studying.
- Nagase Tomoya as Sakaki Makio
- Tegoshi Yuya as Sakurakoji Jun
- Tanaka Koki as Manabe Kazuya
- Aragaki Yui as Umemura Hikari
- Murakawa Eri as Hagiwara Saki
- Kikawada Masaya as Sakaki Mikio
- Osugi Ren as Kuroi Teruyuki
- Ichimura Masachika as Sakaki Kiichi
Class of 3A
- Wakaba Ryuya as Hoshino Rikuo
- Mori Ren as Yasuhara Tadashi
- Adachi Osamu as Maki Shinichi
- Sato Chiaki as Okumoto Yukino
- Hirota Masahiro as Suwabe Yuki
- Sato Takahiro as Ibuki Kazuma
- Shibuya Asami as Mita Makoto
- Horan Chiaki as Tendo Yukari
- Iriyama Noriko as Tanaka Rumi
- Ito Miki as Nishina Hiroko
- Kakiuchi Ayami as Ozawa Kaori
- Naka Riisa as Chiba Akane
- Chen Qu as Fei Lin
- Takeda Kohei as Hiratsuka Ryusuke
- Shibuya Momoko as Tsuboi Mio
- Matsunaga Kanami (松永かなみ) as Yuki Akemi
- Ito Kimitoshi (伊藤公俊) as Takarada Teruhisa
- Honma Haruo as Yoshimura Hironobu
- Nishino Shigeto (西野成人) as Hayasaka Masato
- Nogami Saori (野上沙織) as Minowa Yuki
- Shinohara Takafumi (篠原孝文) as Aoki Mamoru
- Souma Yukimi (相馬有紀実) as Saotome Yui
- Tanaka Yasuhiro (田中泰宏) as Sekawa Tamotsu
St. Agnes Academy Faculty
- Iwaki Koichi as Minami Takayuki
- Kashii Yu as Minami Yuriko
- Motai Masako as Mizushima Tsubaki
- Minemura Rie as Akutagawa Yoshimi
- Morishita Tetsuo as Kajiyama Ryosuke
- Tanaka Yoji as Kikushima Tetsuya
- Nakamura Yasuhi as Ota Osamu
- Ozaki Usoh as Urushibara Hideki
- Rob Anderson (ロブ・アンダーソン) as Paul
- Murakami Fuyuki (村上冬樹) as Ji
- Cho Minwa as Ryu
- Takashima Hiroyuki (高嶋宏行) as Tetsu
- Kagami Takeomi (加賀美剛臣) as Toshi
- Screenwriter: Omori Mika
- Producer: Kono Hidehiro, Yamamoto Yoshio (山本由緒), Yamauchi Akihiro (山内章弘), Sato Takeshi (佐藤毅)
- Assistant Producer: Koizumi Mamoru, Shimoyama Jun (下山潤)
- Director: Sato Toya, Sakuma Noriyoshi, Ishio Jun
- Music: Takami Yu
- Episode 1: The young master becomes a high school student!
- Episode 2: The young master becomes the class leader!
- Episode 3: The young master sets his eyes on the test?!
- Episode 4: It's summer vacation, young master!
- Episode 5: "Screw this!" ...The young master's rebellious age
- Episode 6: Stand up, class leader! Class A's internal conflict
- Episode 7: "I'm really a..." ...The young master flees in tears
- Episode 8: Cultural festival: A happy day of love and adolescence!
- Episode 9: The young master locks horns on Valentine's Day!!
- Episode 10: Bon voyage, young master... Arise, ship!
Source: Video Research, Ltd.
- 50th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor = Tanaka Koki
- 50th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Titleback
- Loosely based on a 2001 South Korean film Doosabu Ilchae starring Jung Joon Ho. This drama uses the international title of the said film. The Korean title refers to a saying: "The boss, the teacher and the father are one". Doosabu Ilche spawned a 2006 sequel: Twosabu Ilchae (known as My Boss, My Teacher overseas).
- The music for the St. Agnes physical exercises is a piano version of the Radetzky March by Johann Strauss Sr.