This drama depicts the hardships and challenges couples in a long-distance relationship have to live through. Professor Fang Zuo (Li Jia Wen) returns from England to his home town, where he meets the 29 years old leftover woman Shi Nan (Zhu Jun Wei) who behaves like a man. Later, he finds out that she’s the one who saved him in a car accident before. The two slowly turn from foes to lovers.
This is the continuation of the first season. What will become of the love triangle between a human otaku and two robots in the end?
When We Were Young revolves around twins (both played by Zhang Xue Ying). One is raised by an adopted mother and the other is raised in an orphanage. One twist of fate and a lot of bullying leads the orphanage sister to commit suicide but she’s saved by her twin and they switched identity to solve some mysteries within the school.
Huo Zhi (Jiang Kai Tong), who grew up in an orphanage, happens to save the rich heir Jiang Cun (Di Tian Lin) when he gets into a car accident. Jiang Cun falls in love at first sight with his savior and tries to pursue her. However, he mistakenly pursues her twin sister Qin Ying Su (Jiang Kai Tong) instead. When Huo Zhi and Ying Su meet and recognize each other, Ying Su pleads her sister to pretend to be her for a while, so that she can treat an illness in secret. Huo Zhi agrees and enters the Jiang household, however, an accident happens and she loses her memory. Thereupon, Huo Zhi turns into her old naive and simple self. Jiang Cun is happy about her character changement and becomes more considerate and loving towards his wife, but what will happen when he discovers the secret?
It’s a story about the eras of the 70s, 80s and 90s; about the rapid development of the great era of love and how to deal with the success and failure of life, self-growth and self-transformation. It’s a drama genre of modern day city life; about singles’ rigid pursuit of love; about the lives of a group of ordinary people. It avoids dramatic negative energy. Instead, it’ll bring forth positive energy to encourage men and women to move positively forward in life and love.
Tiger Father Dog Son tells the story of a family of four, while focusing on the clashing relationship between father and son. Chang Bao Tong (Han Tou Sheng) is a middle school teacher who is very strict in the upbringing of his two children, son Tian Zi (Jing Chao) and daughter Jia Hui (Zhang Jia Ning). His wife Xiao Tao (Tao Hui Min), however, is a caring housewife and mother. Troublemaker Tian Zi fails the university entrance exam for the second time, but Jia Hui manages to get into the university her father chose for her. While pushing his son to retake preparatory classes, Bao Tong has to realize that he can’t control the life of his daughter like before, now that she entered university.