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.
No name actress Xia Lin (Wang Shuang) suffers from leukemia. While trying to figure out how to get the money for treatment, she becomes entangled with the rich CEO Ling Yi Zhou (Xu Kai Cheng). She eventually enters into a secret contract marriage with Yi Zhou in order to receive a bone marrow transplant as soon as possible and continue her career.
Luo Xi (Dai Wen Wen) is an ordinary university student in her 4th and last year. In order to help and provoke her broken-hearted roommate Fei Yan (Sun Zi Yu), Luo Xi and her best friend Le Xue (Cao Fei Ran) stage jumping off the rooftop, but unexpectedly land in a historical novel that spans thousand years and describes the fall of a fictive country and the subsequent rise of a new dynasty. There, the two girls meet the young emperor of the Qi dynasty Qin Shang (Gao Tai Yu) and are chased by his soldiers. In a rush to save her life, Luo Xi takes Qin Shang back to the real world. Le Xue, however, remains in the novel world. Thereupon, Luo Xi and Qin Shang re-enter the novel world several times and also take An country’s emperor Mu Rong Yu (Liu Zhao Hong) as well as Chen country’s emperor Guo Yan (Gao Ji Cai) back to the present instead of Le Xue. While spending his days with Luo Xi, the self-centered Qin Shang slowly turns into a tender and considerate person and finally moves Luo Xi’s heart. But will Luo Xi and Qin Shang be able to live together in the same world?
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.
Chen Qing Qing (Sun Yi Ning), the daughter of a rich household, wants to avoid an arranged marriage and find true love. In order to find a man who loves her even if she were poor and ugly, she changes her appearance and goes to college while hiding her true identity. Her desk-mate is famous singer Si Tu Feng (Guo Jun Chen). The two quarrel all the time until love blooms.
In order to help her boyfriend through his company’s crisis, lawyer Ruan Man Jun (Adi Kan) acts on an impulse and breaks the law. She looses her lawyer license and has to serve time in prison as a consequence. On top of that, her boyfriend marries someone else right on the day she is released. During this dark time, the devastated Man Jun meets Tong Zhuo Yao (Zhang Han) who has equally been deeply hurt by love. Zhuo Yao has a successful business and thus offers his help to the jobless Man Jun. Man Jun, however, declines and decides to start from scratch as a delivery worker. Zhuo Yao sees how hardworking she is and falls for her strong and independent personality.
The second season continues the story of general Tang Qing Feng (Zheng Ye Cheng) and Flower Star’s soldier Ah Bu Cha Cha (An Yue Xi) as they encounter new adventures. The love between the alien and human couple disrupts the order of space and time. In order to save it, Tang Qing Feng is arrested and they go back to the Tang dynasty to find the truth. However, an accident occurs and they land in the Sui dynasty where they encounter Qing Feng’s ancestors.
A story revolving around a sunny youth and a marine biology student as they work together to protect the ocean. An Fei (Eleanor Lee) is a scholar who harbors a crush on a young and accomplished scientist named Mo Liang (Johnny Zhang). She dreams of becoming a top researcher in the country in order to protect the ocean. One day, she encounters Ye Hai (Leon Zhang), a young man who seems to bring her bad luck. Ye Hai not only opposed the project that An Fei has been working on but he also makes up stories about her by claiming that she’s his wife. Finding Ye Hai arrogant and weird, An Fei tries to avoid him at all costs until she realizes that he may have been right along. As she gets to know him, memories of a past relationship begin to surface just like the legendary story of Poseidon and Amphitrite.
Set during the Republican era, the story tells of a young girl by the name of Du Chun Xiao (Victoria Song), a smart young girl who uses her strange but unique ability to deduct clues and solve mysteries through the use of tarot cards. However, one day she decides to return to Jiangnan with her friend Huang Meng Ching (Zhang Zhi Xi). As the Huang family accepts Chun Xiao as one of their own, Mr. Huang proposes the idea of marriage between his son Mo Ru (Yang Yang) and Chun Xiao. Though she is not particularly attracted to Mo Ru, she continues to live with the Huang’s until strange things begin to occur, that endanger her life. It is during her difficult times that she notices Huang Mu Yun (Jiang Jin Fu), the youngest son of the Huang’s. As the two discover their feelings for each other, secrets regarding Chun Xiao’s true identity as well as the darker nature of Mr. Huang’s past deeds are unraveled.
The crew from My Little Princess is back with a new drama. This time, Zhang Yu Xi will play an ordinary girl while the new male lead Melvin Sia will be the one with prince syndrome. Crazy fan Sun Xiao Tao (Zhang Yu Xi)’s biggest wish is to go to a concert of her favorite idol Zhou Yi Ran (Chen Zi You). Furthermore, she wants to fulfill the promise she once made to him. When her dream finally is about to come true, she bumps into Jiang Hao (Melvin Sia) and her ticket for Zhou Yi Ran’s Japan concert gets ripped. From then on, the fates of these two become strangely entangled…