Lives of Omission is a 2011 Hong Kong television drama produced by TVB under executive producer Chong Wai-kin. The drama is a spin-off of TVB's successful television crime drama E.U. and a distant sequel to the 2009 film Turning Point, with Michael Tse reprising his role as "Laughing Gor." Lives of Omission premiered on 1 August 2011 and ended on 9 September 2011 with a total of 30 episodes. It is Hong Kong's second highest-rating serial drama of 2011, and won Best Drama at the 2011 TVB Anniversary Awards. Lives of Omission centers around a squad of undercover officers from the Criminal Intelligence Bureau of the Hong Kong Police Force, who are closely following the activities of Yee Fung, a large triad society. Experienced undercover officer Laughing, station sergeant of the CIB, promises to help gangster Michael move up in the triad under the circumstance that he works as Laughing's informant.