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.
Based on Huang Fei Hong, the legendary folk hero, martial artist and physician. Huang Fei Hong (Ryan Zheng) starts out a simple man with simple ideals. Adhering to his father’s teachings, he vows to protect the people that he cares about and soon realizes that his passion extends to the people of China. Thirteenth Aunt (Bea Hayden) is investigating her father’s death yet she becomes conflicted when all clues lead back to Huang Fei Hong.
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.
Cry Me A Sad River tells the love story of childhood friends Yi Yao (Zheng Shuang) and Qi Ming (Ma Tian Yu). Major changements have been made to the original story of the novel which included heavy topics such as rape, teenage pregnancy and suicide. The drama will focus on the feelings between the couple instead.
The Love Book depicts the daily life of a bickering couple after marriage. Their struggles with juggling love, friendship and work are shown and questions such as how to interact with children who are not your own flesh and blood are raised.
Nan Qiao (Bai Bai He) has an ugly breakup with cheating fiancé Zhou Ran, who then withdraws all his capital from her drone designing business and prevents other potential investors from funding the company. Shi Yue (William Chan) decides to invest in Nan Qiao’s company after discovering that she may be the reason why he went from aspiring soldier to gigolo and nightclub owner. However Shi Yue’s revenge plans fall by the wayside when he develops romantic feelings for Nan Qiao.
Lu Lou (Yuan Shan Shan) has a big dream: she wants to become China’s greatest screenwriter. On a journey, she falls head over heels for a guy and marries spontaneously. However, she is soon confronted with reality and the relationship slowly breaks apart again. After her divorce, she makes up her mind to strive for her dream once again and finally succeeds. Will she also get a second chance at love?