[Currently Airing] Love Actually

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.
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[Upcoming] Speed

The story follows a racing genius (Elvis Han) who goes against his father’s wishes and participates in the black market of car racing, hoping to prove his talents. During his journey he meets friends and rivals, and a love interest in international student played by Xu Lu. The dangers of life run parallel to the dangers on the racing field, and when one death breaks up the team, how will they move on?
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[Upcoming] Negotiator

Dou Qiao (Yang Mi) is a genius negotiator who is the star of the US-China Business Council. Xie Xiao Fei (Huang Zi Tao) also works as a negotiator, but is actually the sole heir of a wealthy Chinese-American corporation who wants nothing to do with the family business. He vents his frustrations on Dou Qiao, though their bickering relationship soon takes a romantic turn. The couple separates after Dou Qiao discovers the Xie Family had a hand in her parents’ deaths, only to meet several years later as negotiators of rival firms.
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[Finished Airing] Boy Hood

The TF Boys star in this drama as a group. During a baseball game between Ying Hua and Ya Lin, Ying Hua is in low spirits due to a losing streak and in spite of efforts by new student Ban Xiao Song (Roy Wang) to win a point, they are defeated by Wu Tong (Karry Wang) from the opposing team. Even so, Ban Xiao Song is determined to keep the team together and fight the threat of disbandment. Wu Tong ends up transferring to their school and it is up to the boys whether they can work through their issues to become the team that they aspire to be. They rally others along the way, even bringing Yin Ke (Jackson Yi) who has once shunned baseball to the fold.
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[Upcoming] Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy

In twilight years of the Duan Dynasty, Sixth Prince Muyun Sheng (Huang Xuan) was born. Because his mother is a spirit, he is not loved by the Emperor, and lives in seclusion and loneliness. He happens to obtain an antique painting of a spirit demon and befriends the being trapped inside (Panxi). Both promise to escape to the world’s most beautiful place. Muru Hanjiang (Shawn Dou), son of a general, was elected to be the prince’s friend since he was young. Their peaceful days end when the eight tribes rebel. The Muru army fails to protect the royal family and is then exiled, breaking the friendship formed between the two families – Muyun and Muru. A few years later, a new rebellion threatens the royal family and this time, adult Muru Hanjiang is the only one capable of protecting them. Pain and sorrows of past wounds now manifest in the new generation.
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