Guardian tells how two brave men do their utmost to restore peace in a world where humans, a human-like species with super powers called “Dixing people” and animal mutants coexist. More and more Dixing people, who live in their own realm deep under the earth, escape to the human realm and raise a ruckus. The chief of the Special Investigation Unit Zhao Yun Lan (Bai Yu) and his team are in charge of investigating all crimes that don’t seem to have been commited by humans. Strangely, a series of cases all involve a biology professor called Shen Wei (Zhu Yi Long), albeit he is never an offender. Zhao Yun Lan becomes more and more curious about this mysterious professor who looks at him with a strange gaze. What he doesn’t know is that Shen Wei has already known him for ten thousand years.
Originally a BL story, this drama adaptation focuses on the bromance between former special forces soldier Guo Yang (Yang Shi Ze) and narcotics officer Zhang Chen (Cai Zhi Chen) instead. In order to bring down a drug trafficking organization, Zhang Chen approaches Guo Yang and asks him to become his partner.
Xiang Zhen (Zheng Shuang), Qian Bei Bei (Gai Yue Xi), Ding Lan (Xu Yue), Jin Xiao Ni (Chen Xiao Yun) and Yu Hui (Wang Xiu Zhu) are five young women with completely different personalities who got to know each other in university and became best friends. After graduation, they all stay in Beijing and struggle to find their place in society. They often hit a wall, fail the graduate studies entrance exam, get caught in a pyramid scheme, lose their job, lose their love, fail in doing business or are forced to return home by their parents. Nevertheless, the young women stay friends through thick and thin and fight together for their future.
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.
The relationship between the rebelling Qi Qi (Mi Mi) and her foster father Lin Huan Zhi (Andrew Lien) is very tense. Qi Qi who is suffering from depression turns to the internet where she gets to know Bao Bao Lan (Alana Yang) and You Nuo (Lin Huan Zhi). Although all very different in character, the three girls come to trust and appreciate each other. Meanwhile, band leader and main vocalist Lin Nan Yi (Eric Zhou) also appears in Qi Qi’s life.
Adapted from the Korean hit drama “Dear My Friends”, Dear Them tells the story of a couple of friends who have reached an old age and support each other while trying to let go of all worldly worries. From the perspective of Gu Jia Yi (Jiang Yan), we learn about her mother and her mother’s friends’ lifes and struggles.
Adaptation of the 2013 hit movie American Dreams in China. Chinese Partner depicts the journey of three male friends from being young and naive university students in the 1990s to becoming lead figures in the IT business. While working hard together towards their goals, their commitment to their friendship and dreams is tested.