My True Friend tells the story of two rookie real estate agents, Cheng Zhen Zhen (Angelababy) and Shao Peng Cheng (Deng Lun), who are assigned to work together. Zhen Zhen is sincere and devoted while Peng Cheng is a rich playboy who hides that he’s in fact the son of the agency’s CEO. Not only are their personalities contradicting, but the way they deal with their work is completely different as well. Trough work, the two get to know the world-renowned interior designer Jing Ran (Zhu Yi Long), a cold and taciturn man, as well as his mother Bai Ya Ru (Xu Di). Over time, Zhen Zhen and Peng Cheng begin to grasp the importance of home and learn how to work together successfully.
After “Sparrow”, Insects Awaken is the next novel by Hai Fei to be made into a drama with the same team behind. The story is set in 1941 when Shanghai falls into the hands of the enemy. Street hoodlum Chen Shan, who looks confusingly similar to military special agent Xiao Zheng Guo, catches the eye of Japanese special agent Huang Mu Wei. Mu Wei abducts Chen Shan’s sister Chen Xia and forces Chen Shan to work as a spy for the Japanese. In order to save his sister, Chen Shan agrees to go through a special training and subsequently pretends to be Zheng Guo. He goes to Chongqing and lives together with Zheng Guo’s wife Yu Xiao Wan. In Chongqing, he meets Zhang Li, who is an underground member of the Communist Party hiding in the army, and falls in love at first sight. Thanks to Zhang Li, Chen Shan comes to understand about his responsibility as a Chinese citizen and eventually joins the Communist Party. While working hard to break free from the control of the Japanese as well as the military and save his sister, Chen Shan also fights alongside Zhang Li and other members to lead the Party to victory.
No Secrets is a remake of the 2013 Korean hit drama “I Hear Your Voice”. It tells the love story of a genius lawyer and a young man who can read people’s minds.
Tradesman Jiang Shuo (Hou Ming Hao) and his odd doctor friend Qin Yi Heng (Liu Dong Qin) buy haunted houses in order to resell them. However, scary things beginn to happen and each haunted house seems to be part of a big puzzle. Jiang Shuo, Yi Heng and police woman Yuan Mu Qing (Zhu Xu Dan) try to solve the enigma.
Song Yun Hui (Wang Kai) is a smart lad who was often discriminated against due to his background (his father worked as a doctor for the Kuomintang), but took advantage of the reinstitution of the university entrance exams. He starts working at a state-owned enterprise and slowly climbed his way to the top (including by marrying the factory owner’s daughter), but began to lose himself in the changing times. His brother-in-law Lei Dong Bao (Yang Shuo) comes from a rural village, and is always the first to respond to the latest trends in farming. He spearheaded village projects from setting up electricity to building factories, but is often set back by his short-sightedness and impulses. From roaming the streets to sell bread to running a successful private company, Yang Xun (Dong Zi Jian) had to fight tooth and nail to where he is. The rapid growth of science and technology eventually allowed him to become part of China’s first group of successful entrepreneurs. However, even as he’s reached the upper echelons of society, Yang Xun still plays by street rules, causing major rifts between him and his business partner.
The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund tells the story of a common family living in the alleys of old Shanghai from the Cultural Revolution till the days of reform and opening. Du Xin Sheng (Yu Hao Ming) and Yu Pei Pei are classmates who have deep affection for each other. Pei Pei’s grandmother, however, is a professor at the conservatory and denounced as reactionary by the Red Guards. In order to prevent the Red Guards from taking away the precious Italian cello in Pei Pei’s home, Xin Sheng goes to his father who does maintenance work at the bell tower at the Bund and they hide the cello in there. When more and more young people from the city are being sent to the countryside, the Du family’s eldest daughter Xin Fang is determined to follow as well. But when the unmarried Xin Fang gets pregnant in the countryside, the Du family is being confronted with a huge challenge.
An An (Wang Zi Wen) married right after graduation and got pregnant right after marriage. She is addicted to manhua and anime and never experienced working. But when her son turns five, her husband divorces her and she suddenly becomes a single mom. This is when she gets to know Xu Lang (Edward Zhang), her husband’s lawyer, who is a single dad of a five-years-old daughter. Will An An and Xu Lang have a second chance at love?
Youth Should Be Early tells the story of a group of befriended fresh university graduates. At their graduation ceremony, Cheng Xin (Elaine Zhong) proposes to her boyfriend Zheng Gan (Hu Yi Tian), but is surprisingly rejected. While Cheng Xin goes on to work at her family’s corporation, Zheng Gan has a hard time finding a job, until Cheng Xin secretly helps him pass an interview withouth him knowing. But when the truth comes out, not only does he lose his job and reputation in the field, but the relationship between him and Cheng Xin is destroyed as well. Will Zheng Gan be able to get back up on his feet and trust in love again?
The young girl Saori (Zheng Shuang) beats all other applicants and is hired as nanny for arrogant superstar Su Da Hao (Itthipat Thanit). But what nobody knows is that she is actually a robot. Da Hao continuously tries to make her leave but fails at every attempt. Things turn complicated when he eventually develops feelings for Saori.
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.