Sweet Jelly follows the daily struggles of a popular 9-member boy band. One day, Ruan Tang (Ma Qian Qian), a girl who travels through time, appears in front of them and brings chaos into their lives.
White-collar worker Wu Yu Chao (Gao Yang) graduated two years ago. In order to be closer to his love from his university days, he moves into the apartment complex Tiantongyuan where he shares an apartment with five other young people. Among them is the 20-year-old Liu Yi Dong (He Yi Xuan), a rebellious young woman. Over time, the tenants who seemed to have not much in common become friends and learn to support each other through life’s ups ands downs.
The Night of the Comet tells the story of superstar Cheng Hao (Jason Fu) who exchanges his identity with his alter ego in a parallel universe Lu Hong Jian, a no-name internet novelist. He becomes involved with journalist Lin Xiao Xiao (Tang Meng Jia) who is Cheng Hao’s crazy fan.
After being released from prison, a mysterious man roams the city, the city where he still felt warmth 3 years ago, but can only feel hatred for now. He has only two wishes left: to bury his daughter and kill the people who destroyed his life. The paths of two strangers, hematologist Li Xiao Feng (Li Li Ren) and insurance agent Ji Fan (Marc Jia), cross when they both desperately need a big sum of money. Career woman Li Ruo Nan (Eva Zhu) has a rebellious daughter, Wang Yi Han (Zhao Yun Zhuo), who hates her mother. Finally, there is Liu Ge (Liu Nan), an elite of the financial world who can’t get rid of his gangster ways and only believes in money. The lives of all these people become intertwined in a kidnapping case that will significantly change them.
Based on real cases, the drama tells how a multinational drug cartel teams up with local criminals in Dongshan in order to build a large scale underground methamphetamine factory under the protection of corrupt local government officials. A team of unfearful officers from the Police Narcotics Bureau, Team Leader Li Wei Min (Wu Gang), his son Li Fei (Johnny Huang) and others, set out to cripple the drug cartel in the special operation “The Thunder”.
No Secrets is a remake of the 2013 Korean hit drama “I Hear Your Voice”. It tells the love story of a genius lawyer and a young man who can read people’s minds.
Traffic police officer Zhao Yi Yang (Huo Zheng Yan) is the section chief in charge of traffic accidents. At the site of an accident involving a pickup truck in which a child survives but loses his parents, Yi Yang and his team member Pang Jia (Zhu Yi Long) discover that two more cars were involved. They manage to catch the real hit-and-run offender, but at the same time learn that an old case linked to the new one might have been misjudged by Yi Yang in the past.
Ordinary high school student Yan Ze (Jiang Zhuo Jun) is secretely in love with her desk-mate Ji Xiao (Chen Xun) who is not only the most handsome boy in school but also a top student. But Yan Ze is neither particularly beautiful nor does she have a particularly good figure, and her grades are only so-so as well. Her best friend and adopted sister Gu Xi Ye (Zhu Dan Ni), however, is the opposite of her, beautiful and an outstanding student. Yan Ze thus can’t help feeling that she will forever be no more than Xi Ye’s shadow. When Yan Ze discovers that her crush might like Xi Ye, her restrained negative emotions towards Xi Ye only become stronger until she explodes. Transfer student He Xin Liang (Ding Yu Xi) sees through Yan Ze and always “miraculously” appears when she’s at her lowest point to cheer her up with his positive personality. Xi Ye, however, is secretely in love with Xin Liang and hates seeing the two become closer and closer. Actually, Xi Ye has always envied Yan Ze for easily getting along with everyone while she has problems blending in because people tend to think she’s arrogant. As it turns out, the two friends both secretely wish to become like the other.
Bei Er Duo (Zhao Lu Si) dreams of studying in Japan to becoming a dubbing actress. Her mother, however, wants her to go up the social ladder by marrying into a rich household and thus sends her to endless blind dates while she is still in her best years. In order to collect enough money for her studies as well as to help her best friend, Er Duo ends up joining a romance reality show. There she meets the world-renowned luthier Ye Shu Wei (Riley Wang) who comes from a family of artists and is also a gifted musician. Even though Shu Wei joined the show after losing a bet with his nephew, he still has another hidden reason for participating. When the show meets a crisis and its reality is questioned, Er Duo and Shu Wei have to start living together.
Heavenly Sword and Dragon Slaying Saber is the last part of the trilogy which began with Legend of the Condor Heroes and continued in Return of the Condor Heroes. The drama takes place nearly 100 years after the events of Return of the Condor Heroes in a China ruled by the Mongolian Yuan Dynasty. Legend says that whoever obtains the Heavenly Sword and Dragon Slaying Saber can rule the world. Zhang Wu Ji (Joseph Zeng) was orphaned at a young age by schemes to discover secrets of these two weapons. Despite his preference to live a non-violent life, Wu Ji finds himself embroiled in the struggles for power and must fight to save himself and others he loves.