Jiang He (Qin Hao) is assigned as the new chief of the Dong River Port Public Security Bureau. On his second day in office, a passenger ship sinks and Dong River Port’s important partner, the chief accountant of Yashan Colliery, suddenly goes missing. Jiang He has to deal with the aftermath and successfully reform the old port.
That City, This Family depicts the daily struggles of survivors of the 1976 Tangshan earthquake. Wang Da Ming (Ma Yuan) and Lin Zhi Yan (Cathy Zhou), a young married couple, are buried together when the earthquake occurs. After six days and seven nights, Da Ming is rescued, but has to learn that his pregnant wife and his father both died. Actually, every family in the city is in mourning. Later on, Yang Ai (Tong Lei) who works at a ceramics factory appears in Da Ming’s life. She too has lost her beloved ones in the earthquake and is only left with a son who turned mute. Da Ming and Yang Ai decide to marry to create a new family and find happiness again.
Due to an incident when Wei Qing (Yan Xi) was eighteen years old, he started to suffer from severe mysophobia. Although he managed to become a successful CEO, he isn’t able to have contact with the opposite sex and has thus never dated. Nonetheless, he has persistently been looking for his “princess” who can save him. Ten years later, while drunk, he bumps into the nineteen-year-old art student Zhou Shi (Xu Xiao Nuo) and realizes that it surprisingly doesn’t affect him. Zhou Shi then agrees to help him cure his illness.
In order to cover the hospital costs for her ill little brother, the clumsy but cute Lin Lu (Song Yi Ren) enters into a contract relationship with the childish overbearing CEO Shi Lian Sen (Yan Yu Hao). Lin Lu, who acts before thinking, unintentionally tests Lian Sen’s boundaries again and again.
Song Yun Hui (Wang Kai) is a smart lad who was often discriminated against due to his background (his father worked as a doctor for the Kuomintang), but took advantage of the reinstitution of the university entrance exams. He starts working at a state-owned enterprise and slowly climbed his way to the top (including by marrying the factory owner’s daughter), but began to lose himself in the changing times. His brother-in-law Lei Dong Bao (Yang Shuo) comes from a rural village, and is always the first to respond to the latest trends in farming. He spearheaded village projects from setting up electricity to building factories, but is often set back by his short-sightedness and impulses. From roaming the streets to sell bread to running a successful private company, Yang Xun (Dong Zi Jian) had to fight tooth and nail to where he is. The rapid growth of science and technology eventually allowed him to become part of China’s first group of successful entrepreneurs. However, even as he’s reached the upper echelons of society, Yang Xun still plays by street rules, causing major rifts between him and his business partner.
The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund tells the story of a common family living in the alleys of old Shanghai from the Cultural Revolution till the days of reform and opening. Du Xin Sheng (Yu Hao Ming) and Yu Pei Pei are classmates who have deep affection for each other. Pei Pei’s grandmother, however, is a professor at the conservatory and denounced as reactionary by the Red Guards. In order to prevent the Red Guards from taking away the precious Italian cello in Pei Pei’s home, Xin Sheng goes to his father who does maintenance work at the bell tower at the Bund and they hide the cello in there. When more and more young people from the city are being sent to the countryside, the Du family’s eldest daughter Xin Fang is determined to follow as well. But when the unmarried Xin Fang gets pregnant in the countryside, the Du family is being confronted with a huge challenge.
The Demon Master is the third season of the highly successful 2017 web drama “Master Devil Do Not Kiss Me” that starred Li Hong Yi and Xing Fei. When everything seems to go well for An Chu Xia (Vicky Yu) and Han Qi Lu (Jia Zheng Yu), a crisis hits the engaged couple as Qi Lu loses his memory and can’t remember his fiancée.
Game designer Zhu Yao (Fu Mei) accidentally gets drawn into a new xianxia VR game that is currently in development. There she becomes the disciple of the most beautiful male immortal Yu Yan (Zhang Bo Han) who had to wait 16 thousand years before finally getting a disciple of his own. Yu Yan carefully teaches Zhu Yao and cherishes her a lot. But when Zhu Yao finally begins to understand some of his teachings, she suddenly dies. Yu Yan then gets a new discipline, the reborn Zhu Yao, and she dies again. He then gets another disciple, and she dies once again…
During the Han Dynasty, Zhen Jun (Chen Zhe Yuan) is driven off a cliff in a struggle for leadership of his family. Saved from plummeting to his death by a being from outer space, Zhen Jun is placed in a healing, deep sleep. In the year 2020, Zhen Jun wakes to find his prolonged sleep has granted him super human abilities. A time travel adventure now begins…
The “knight of time” is a secret agent unknown to the world who protects the order of time and space. After “Agent 007” loses his life, the good-for-nothing salesperson Shangguan Nao (Du Wei Han) is selected as the next knight of time “Agent 008” and immediately thrown into the tunnel of time without even receiving his special training. His task is to eliminate the terror organization “Nine-Headed Rat” who is currently threatening the Ming painter Tang Bo Hu into creating vulgar paintings and thus altering the present, turning it into a vulgar world. Shangguan Nao, however, arrives in the Warring States period by mistake. Unable to enter the tunnel again, he has to take the train of time that stops in every time period before arriving in the Ming dynasty. On his journey, Shangguan Nao makes many mistakes that alter history. When he meets the time connector Xi Zi (Sun Yu), the two join hands as she helps him bring everything back into order again.