The Queen of All
Curse of the Royal Harem is a 2011 Hong Kong period drama produced by TVB under executive producer Chong Wai-kin. The 45-minute episodes aired from 31 October to 4 December 2011, in a total of 27 episodes in Hong Kong and 29 episodes for the overseas audience. It is one of three grand TVB productions used to celebrate the channel's 44th anniversary, the other two being Super Snoops and Forensic Heroes III. The drama is Hong Kong's second highest-rating serial drama of 2011.
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Below you'll find every episode from the first season of The Queen of All.
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Season 1Drama Fever
S01 E01Oct 31, 2011
Episode 1 In the Qing Dynasty, the imperial court fraught with gossip and jealousy. After waiting two years for Prince Min Yee's safe return, the Empress Dowager and Yun Yuen have given up hope finding him and decide to sacrifice his wife Yee Lan.
S01 E02Oct 31, 2011
Episode 2 The noble Sire saves Yee Lan from the human sacrifice and makes her his consort. Despite the arrival of Min Yee's remains, this creates a serious rift between Yi Lan and the Harem, Empress Dowager, and especially Yun Yuen.
S01 E03Nov 1, 2011
Episode 3 Yee Lan's promotion divides the entire Royal Court, from the Harem to the political ministry. The veracity of Min Yee's remains is challenged and a tea ceremony provides an opportunity for Yun Yuen to sabotage Yee Lan and dominate the Harem.
S01 E04Nov 2, 2011
Episode 4 Yee Lan has found a way out of every trap set for her, but can she deal with being framed for murder?
S01 E05Nov 3, 2011
Episode 5 As rumors circulate about Min Yee still being alive, Yee Lan requests time away from the Forbidden City, but plans to escape and conduct her own investigation. Jealous of Yee Lan, once again Yun Yuen attempts to stand in her way.
S01 E06Nov 4, 2011
Episode 6 With Yee Lan stuck in a plague-ravaged town and Sire out looking for her, political and state matters are temporarily supervised by Prince Shui. His controversial methods of rule cause dissent among the Ministers.