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Boss & Me

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Boss & Me

Details[edit]

  • Title: 杉杉来了 / Shan Shan Lai Le
  • English title: Boss & Me
  • Also known as: 杉杉的美味爱情 Shan Shan De Mei Wei Ai Qing, 杉杉来吃 Shan Shan Lai Chi
  • Genre: Romance, comedy, workplace
  • Episodes: 34
  • Viewership ratings: peak= 1.767%, average= 1.44%
  • Broadcast network: Jiangsu TV
  • Broadcast period: 2014-Jul-08 to 2014-Jul-20
  • Air time: 19:30 (3 Episodes per day)
  • Original soundtrack: Boss & Me OST

Synopsis[edit]

Based off Gu Man's very popular internet novel, the story tells of a kind hearted young girl named Xue Shan Shan who works at a big conglomerate. However one of her weaknesses is eating, she loves to eat, and so upon discovering this her boss, Feng Teng decides to intentionally fatten her up; she just so happens to share the same blood type as his sister, and thus has the motive of making her the blood donor. Hence comedy ensues as she melts his heart with her exceptional appetite and her cute charm.

Teaser/Trailer[edit]

User/Viewer Ratings[edit]

5.00
(3 votes)

Cast[edit]

Correlation Chart
Main Cast
People around Feng Teng
  • Zhangyang Guo Er as Feng Yue, Feng Teng's younger sister
  • Bai Ke Li as Yan Qing, Feng Yue's husband. Executive of Feng Teng Organization
People around Shan Shan
Feng Teng Organization
Shan Shan's family
  • Zhu Jian as Shan Shan's father
  • Zhou Hong as Shan Shan's mother
  • Lian Shu Liang as Shan Shan's grandfather
  • Qin Yue as Aunt Xue, Shan Shan's aunt and Xue Liuliu's sister
  • Yao Cheng Hao (姚承浩) as Xue Tongtong, Shan Shan's cousin and Xue Liuliu's younger brother
Others

Production Credits[edit]

Recognitions[edit]

  • 2015 10th Seoul International Drama Awards: Asian Star Award (Zhang Han)
  • 2015 Weibo Award Ceremony:
  • 2014 6th China TV Drama Awards: Most Popular Actress (Mainland China) - Zhao Li Ying
  • 2014 3rd iQiyi All-Star Carnival: Most Popular Actress (Zhao Li Ying)
  • 2014 Star Moon Award Ceremony: Most Popular Television Actor (Zhang Han)

Trivia[edit]

  • Filming took place in Shanghai and England.
  • The series was a commercial success in China, topping ratings chart and trending online with viral catchphrases. It is also popular in other countries like Russia and South Korea.

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