A mysterious package filled with methamphetamine turns Tan Dou Dou (Pan Zhi Lin)’s tranquil life as a white collar worker upside down. The sender is her ex-fiancé Jin Yuan (Luo Jin), who run away seven years ago. Dou Dou wants to bring the package to the police station, but then decides to go look for Jin Yuan instead. Turns out that Jin Yuan is suspected by the police to be involved in drug trafficking and money laundering. Dou Dou, who still harbors feelings for him, is dead set to help him get out of the dark and start afresh. Jin Yuan, however, is actually a spy sent by the police in order to bring down the drug trafficking organization.
Summer 2003 in Beijing during the SARS epidemic. Hua Duo Duo (Yang Zi Shan), who just graduated from university, bumps into the conglomerate heir He He (Ryan Zheng) and a conflict between the two results. By coincidence, Duo Duo ends up jobbing at the He’s. Although her first impression of He He was extremely bad, after associating with him for a while, she realizes that he isn’t the good-for-nothing he pretends to be, but in fact dreams of founding a gaming company. When He He falls of a building and loses his ability to walk, he becomes depressed. During these difficult times, Duo Duo is the one to stay by his side and support him.
A Splendid Life In Beijing depicts the life of four brothers from their young years in the 1970s, when they grow up as ordinary people in Beijing’s alleys, till their fourties. Misfortune strikes when the oldest brother (Jiang Wu) accidentally kills his neighbor with a fruit knife while fooling around. He has to pay for his actions and goes to jail. The second oldest brother (Zhang Jia Yi)’s dream is to have his own successful business. He starts out by buying and reselling mung bean sprouts, then opens his own mutton stall and later enters the fashion market. Even though his businesses continuously fail, he doesn’t give up. But he doesn’t only show persistence towards his work, he’s also persistent in pursuing his love. The second youngest brother (Guo Jing Lin) throws himself into the stock market right after graduating from university. At the same time, he becomes entangled in a love triangle. Finally, the youngest brother (Jeremy Qu) has asthma and stammers. In order to not be a burden to his family, he trains hard and diligently practices tongue twisters and comic dialogues. He later becomes a postman and finds his true love through his job.
Shu Che (Luo Jin), Xiao Qing (Tiffany Tang), Liao Ying (Amelie Xu) and Ning Ming (Tim Yu) are children from rich households who all go to America, either because their families want them to study there or because of love. There, they become the elite foreign students of their school. Shu Che and Liao Ying were lovers, but their parents forced them to break up. Xiao Qing is different from the others, she is proud of her uncorrupt father and believes that goals should only be achieved through your own hard work. Even when everyone else laughs at her and her mother gets into a car accident, she doesn’t retreat. Little by little, she earns other people’s respect and Shu Che ends up falling in love with her. But when Xiao Qing becomes involved in a corruption scandal, her beliefs are tested as she has to decide between love and justice.
The director of the regulatory commission of the development zone in Dongjiang Yuan Xing Ye commits suicide by jumping off the roof, causing a huge uproar. Prosecutor Jian Jie is in charge of investigating the circumstances of his death, but encounters heavy resistance. Not long after, even more strange things happen, his future father-in-law, Lawyer Mei Dong Sheng suddenly disappears and becomes the suspect of a murder case. In the blink of an eye, Jian Jie and his fiancée Mei Xiao Yue’s lifes has become chaotic. But Jian Jie quickly realizes that everything is related to the development zone and people who want a big piece of the cake fighting a bloody war over it. Under the leadership of the anti-corruption chief Song Chang Ming, Jian Jie and Ji Jia Ni start to investigate the elite in order to root out corruption.
Unlike Hunan TV, Dragon TV and Zhejiang Satellite TV haven’t published an official list of their purchased dramas yet, but we already have quite a few dramas rumored to air on these channels.
ER Doctors tells the story of the head doctor of the emergency department He Jian Yi (Zhang Jia Yi) and the new Ph.D. advisor, who just returned from America, Jiang Xiao Qi (Wang Luo Dan). At first, these two are wary of each other, but they come to understand each other and rescue not only patients side by side but also themselves in the end.
1949, New Year’s Eve. Just when Qiao Zhi Cai (Chen Kun) is about to carry out his plan to break out of prison, he suddenly gets released. Carrying a leather suitcase, he sets off to find the one who framed him back then. At the train station, he bumps into Huang Li Wen (Wan Qian), who is in mourning over her deceased husband. The two mistakenly take each others suitcase, but in Li Wen’s suitcase is an important transmitter that needs to be brought to an underground organization of the communist party. Later, they end up meeting again and fight together for the country and their party, falling in love with each other along the way. This is Chen Kun’s comeback drama after being absent from the TV for nine years. The team behind this drama equally took nine years to prepare the drama.
Thirty-seven year old Luo Zi Jun (Ma Yi Li) leads a peaceful life as a housewife, yet is unaware of the cracks in her marriage. She is taken aback when her husband (Lei Jia Yin) asks for a divorce, and is unsuccessful in her attempts to save their relationship. After an initial period of denial, Zi Jun heads back into the workforce with the help of best friend Tang Jing (Yuan Quan) and her boyfriend He Han (Jin Dong). Tang Jing is an independent, career-oriented woman, and the way she deals with He Han’s romantic affections for Zi Jun will also be a major plot point in the drama.