What kind of TV show is Tiger Cubs?
Tiger Cubs (TV series) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Tiger Cubs (Chinese: 飛虎; literally “flying tigers”), alternatively titled Special Duties Unit, is a Hong Kong police procedural television series produced by Lam Chi-wah and TVB.
When did tiger cubs come out in Hong Kong?
Tiger Cubs was one of six TVB dramas that were promoted at the 2011 Hong Kong Internal Film and TV Market. Tiger Cubs debuted its trailer at TVB’s Programme Presentation 2012 event on 1 November 2011. The drama was renewed for a sequel in early 2013 for ten episodes. Tiger Cubs II premiered on 19 October 2014.
When does a tiger cub come out of its den?
The tiger den is so hidden we won’t know when a cub emerges from it for the first time. We do know that it varies by both location and circumstances, and family. A tiger and her cub playing on the grass. From birth a tiger cub will stay in their den and nurse for up to 2 months.
When did the tiger cubs 2 come out?
Tiger Cubs II premiered on 19 October 2014. The drama follows a fictional team of elite paramilitary officers from the Special Duties Unit of the Hong Kong police force. They specialise in counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, and crimes that are deemed too dangerous for regular police to handle.
Who is the producer of tiger cubs 2?
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Tiger Cubs II ( Chinese: 飛虎II; Cantonese Yale: Fēi Fú; literally “flying tigers 2”), alternatively titled Special Duties Unit II, is a 2014 Hong Kong police procedural television drama produced by TVB under executive producer Lam Chi-wah.
What kind of work does the tiger cubs do?
They specialise in counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, and crimes that are deemed too dangerous for regular police to handle. The unit works closely with the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau (OCTB) to crack down on terrorist groups.