Produced by August Pictures, Inside Crime Scene is a 5-episode crime docudrama series, featuring notorious crimes in Singapore’s history such as “19-year-old serial killer Sek Kim Wah”, “4 children murders of 1979”, “Kallang River murder”, “Sunny Ang murder case” as well as “Hassan Brothers’ armed robberies”.

Each is retold through expert interviews with former police investigators, forensics specialists, crime journalists, criminal psychologists, and legal practitioners.

Catch Inside Crime Scene on 16 March at 8pm, on Channel 8. You can also watch the entire docuseries on meWATCH for free:

Thank you Zaobao for the feature!


We would like to share this honour with everyone who has taken part in our programmes. A big thank you to all cast and crew!

1. Best Single Drama or Telemovie: Love Unbound: Far Apart But Close At Heart
2. Best Comedy Programme: Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost
3. Best Comedy Programme: Teenage Textbook: The Series
4. Best General Entertainment Programme: The Food We Love to Hate
5. Best Infotainment Programme: The Food We Love to Hate
6. Best Adaptation of an Existing Format: Teenage Textbook: The Series
7. Best Lifestyle Programme: The Food We Love To Hate
8. Best Actor in a Leading Role: Jeremy Chan (Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost)
9. Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Allan Wu (Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost)
10. Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Janice Koh (Teenage Textbook: The Series)
11. Best Actress in a Supporting Role: Bonnie Loo (Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost)
12. Best Direction (Fiction): Love Unbound : Far Apart But Close At Heart
13. Best Editing: Love Unbound : A Wizard’s Love
14. Best Theme Song: Sunset (Teenage Textbook: The Series)
15. Best Theme Song: 乱掉 (Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost)
16. Best Single Digital Programme or Short Film: Love Unbound: A Wizard’s Love
17. Best Digital Fiction Programme/Series: Love Unbound
18. Best Leading Female Performance – Digital: Jesseca Liu (Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost)

You can catch the programmes here:

The Food We Love To Hate:

Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost:

Teenage Textbook: The Series:

Love Unbound:


Food conveys taste and affection. A meal not only provides warmth, it can also light up the lives of a person or a group of people.

The program's production was disrupted by the epidemic, and we were forced to cancel, postpone, and start all over...

After numerous setbacks, we're finally in the home stretch to the premiere!

From 16th September onwards, every Thursday, 9 pm, only on Channel U.


Our programmes have been nominated for ContentAsia Awards 2021:

1. Best Asian Comedy Programme - Crouching Tiger Hidden Ghost
2. Best TV Format Adaptation (Scripted) - Teenage Textbook: The Series
3. Best Original Song for a TV series / Programme or Movie - Dreamboat, Teenage Textbook: The Series
4. Best Factual Entertainment Programme - The Food We Love To Hate:Pork Liver
5. Best Female Lead in a TV Programme - Jalyn Han, Love Unbound: Far Apart But Close At Heart
6. Best Director of a Scripted TV Programme - Oh Liang Cai, Love Unbound: A Wizard’s Love


An unlucky psychic, an influencer and a simple-minded fitness buff comes together to help a ghost find the cause of her death.

Starring Jesseca Liu, Jeremy Chan, Bonnie Loo and Zong Zijie, along with Ian Fang, Allan Wu, Sora Ma, Teddy Tang and more, catch Catching Tiger Hidden Ghost on meWatch now!

Thank you Shin Min and U Weekly for the feature!


Our programmes “The Driver”,”Mind's Eye" and “A Medical Journey” have clinched several regional awards at the 2020 Asian Academy Awards.

Best Editing - The Driver
Best Cinematography - The Driver
Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Frederick Lee (Minds Eye)
Best Actor in a Leading Role - Kaiser Chuang (The Driver)
Best Actor in a Leading Role - Tay Ping Hui (Minds Eye)
Best Social Awareness Programme - A Medical Journey

Congratulations to all the nominees in their respective catagories and thank you to everyone involved for all the hard work and continued support!

You can catch The Driver, Mind's Eye and A Medical Journey on MeWatch!


With entries from over 50 countries, our programmes “A Medical Journey”,”Beijing to Moscow” and “The Driver” have clinched several finalist awards at the 2020 New York Festivals TV and Film Award.

Our factual series “A Medical Journey 寻医 “ won the Bronze award for our “Vietnam Cancer Village” episode under the Social Issues category while “Mongolia Palliative Care” won the finalist award under the Human concern category.

Our TV series “The Driver 伺机” performed incredibly well, clinching finalist awards for Best Camerawork, Drama and Mini-Series.

Of course, special congratulations to our “Beijing To Moscow 北京到莫斯科” main actor - River Huang for winning the finalist award for Best Performance by an Actor as well as “The Driver 伺机” main actress - Jesseca Liu for winning the finalist award for Best Performance by an Actress.

Thank you to everyone who was involved in the production!

You can look forward to exciting new series in the future!

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