Since Xia Di (Xing Zhao Lin) lost his friend in an accident when they were climbing a mountain five years ago, the once confident and carefree young man has turned cautious and listless. But when he meets university student Lin Feng (Eleanor Lee), who dresses like a man and teaches mountain rock climbing, his heart slowly starts to melt.
Legend of the Phoenix is set in the fictional Eastern Liang dynasty. Acrobat Ye Ning Zhi (He Hong Shan) and her troupe enter the palace in order to perform for the empress dowager. Ning Zhi is unexpectedly framed by Princess Royal Pang Zhen (Liu Min), but talented strategist Wei Guang (Jeremy Tsui) luckily comes to her rescue, which leads Ning Zhi to fall for him. Two years later, Ning Zhi becomes a palace maid serving the empress (Cao Xi Wen). She witnesses a lot of injustice and decides to stand up against it, which impresses both the empress as well as the emperor (Cui Peng). But with that comes also danger as Ning Zhi is drawn into the power games that not only threaten her but also Wei Guang’s safety.
The heir of the Qingyang tribe from the Northern continent, Lü Gui Chen (Liu Hao Ran), is sent to the Eastern continent to be held as a hostage. There he gets to know Ji Ye (Chen Ruo Xuan), who is only half royality and doesn’t receive any love from his father, as well as Yu Ran (Lareina Song), the refuge seeking princess of the Bird tribe. The three youths support each other through all hardships that come their way, which results in a deep friendship.
Jiang Chu Chu (Charlene Chen) just graduated from university and now earns her money as an internet celebrity. The heir of an underwear company, Luo Tian Yi (Lü Yong Zhuo), is put to the test when a costumer gives them a very bad rating online. The customer is Chu Chu, and in order to bring back the costumer satisfaction rate to 100%, he goes undercover and starts working as an intern in Chu Chu’s team.
After falling unconscious, Princess Rong Le (Sophie Zhang) of Western Xi wakes up not remembering anything. In order to form an alliance with Northern Lin, she is to be married to Prince Wu You (Aarif Rahman), but Wu You rejects her. Rong Le thereupon takes on the identity of a teahouse owner named Man Yao and tries to find a mysterious book. Wu You gets to know Man Yao and falls in love with her, not knowing that she is in fact Rong Le. But Rong Le is now already promised to General Fu Chou (Jing Chao).
Bookworm Su Nian Nian (Xing Fei), who every day only thought about getting into one of China’s top universites, gets into a car accident together with another student, Gu Zi Chen (Niu Jun Feng), and misses one of her college entrance exams. As a result, she ends up at a local technical university. Nian Nian despises both her university and her classmates, among whom is also the rebellious rich heir Zi Chen, but takes comfort in the hope that she’ll soon be able to transfer to a better university. Will Nian Nian be able to let go of her prejudices and become friends with everyone?
In order to protect the world from the Bai Yue sect who brings great suffering upon all living beings, the three grand martial arts masters Bai Di (He Zhong Hua), Xue Gu (Wang Jiu Sheng) and Shu Xue Wei (Lu Fang Sheng), who is best known as “Blood Demon”, join forces with the lord of Listening Snow Tower, Xiao Shi Shui (Fu Hong Ming). The head of the Bai Yue sect Hua Lian (Jessica Hsuan), on the other hand, joins hands with High Priest Jia Ruo (Han Cheng Yu). With the help of a holy bell, Hua Lian enters Blood Demon’s mind and makes him kill his wife and then himself. Blood Demon’s daughter Shu Jing Rong (Crystal Yuan) is taken in by Bai Di and grows up together with Xue Gu’s favorite disciple, Xiao Shi Shui’s son Xiao Yi Qing (Qin Jun Jie). When Jing Rong discovers that her existence brings harm to others, she is filled with extreme guilt. She takes the Blood Rose Sword her father left behind and joins Listening Sword Tower which is now led by Yi Qing. Together, they fight against the evil Bai Yue sect and fall in love with each other in the process.
Hao Yun (Michael Chen), a vet at a private clinic, leads a mundane life until he accidentally discovers the world is inhabited by monsters. Worried about the secret of their existence leaking, monsters capture Hao Yun and attempt to erase his memories. When their attempts fail, Hao Yun is forced to join Monsters Bureau, where he solves cases involving monsters with the help of his new partner, Wu Aiai (Wang Zi Wen). As Hao Yun dives deeper into this new world, he learns that even monsters must deal with the mundane struggles of everyday life and the entanglements created by human emotion.
Li Mi (Jackson Yi) is the head of Chang’an’s anti-terror department, and is tasked with investigating a group of mysterious Turks who have infiltrated the city. Zhang Xiao Jing (Lei Jia Yin) is a former imperial army officer turned constable who is currently in prison after breaking the law, though is set free because Li Mi believes he is the only person who can solve the mystery. Zhang Xiao Jing’s familiarity with the city’s alleyways and the habits of the Turks leads him to the conclusion that their ultimate goal is to create havoc during the Lantern Festival. Wth less than a day left before the event, the two must race against time to protect the capital and its people.
As international drug trafficking rings grow more daring and powerful every day, China sets up a joint task force to halt the flow of narcotics. When Chinese cop Luo Jia (Li Guang Jie)’s partner is lost in international drug operations, Luo volunteers to infiltrate the Seven Star society in Lankupa City as a spy. After entering the criminal underworld, Luo forms an unlikely alliance with a prison guard (Mickey Yuan) who is searching for his lost brother. Working together to piece together threads of evidence, the pair begins retracing the steps back to the true puppet master behind the scenes.