Since Xia Di (Xing Zhao Lin) lost his friend in an accident when they were climbing a mountain five years ago, the once confident and carefree young man has turned cautious and listless. But when he meets university student Lin Feng (Eleanor Lee), who dresses like a man and teaches mountain rock climbing, his heart slowly starts to melt.
Mu Xing Chen (Li Hong Yi) is a youth from the Shenmu clan who is known for their medical expertise. Ye Yun Chang (Zhao Lu Si), a young girl from a family of doctors, accidentally enters the clan’s territory but is saved by Xing Chen. In order to avoid getting involved in the fights for the throne, Xing Chen decides to follow Yun Chang to the human realm. A rare epidemic has broken out in Republican China, and Xing Chen and Yun Chang combine traditional and Western medicine to save the people.
After falling unconscious, Princess Rong Le (Sophie Zhang) of Western Xi wakes up not remembering anything. In order to form an alliance with Northern Lin, she is to be married to Prince Wu You (Aarif Rahman), but Wu You rejects her. Rong Le thereupon takes on the identity of a teahouse owner named Man Yao and tries to find a mysterious book. Wu You gets to know Man Yao and falls in love with her, not knowing that she is in fact Rong Le. But Rong Le is now already promised to General Fu Chou (Jing Chao).
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.
The story is set in Republican Shanghai when a series of murders throw the city into chaos. While investigating, private detective Chen Yi Ming (Wang Long Zheng) gets to know Zhang Tian Xiao (Ji Ning), the son of the police chief, as well as the beautiful Yao Fei (Gan Lu) who just returned from overseas. The three join hands in order to uncover the big conspiracy behind those murder cases.
My Youth follows a group of friends from their last years in high school to them entering society. Literature enthusiast Su Can Can (Li Jia Qi), the bubbly Xu Mei Li (Xu Meng Yuan), the unruly Lan Tian Ye (Zhao Yi Qin), the gentle Lin Jia Ze (Li Ge Yang) and the melancholic Tao Ya Ting (Wu Shuang Yi) became friends in high school. Each of them has their little secrets and worries while growing up. Together, they laugh and cry and learn about friendship and love.
After being released from prison, a mysterious man roams the city, the city where he still felt warmth 3 years ago, but can only feel hatred for now. He has only two wishes left: to bury his daughter and kill the people who destroyed his life. The paths of two strangers, hematologist Li Xiao Feng (Li Li Ren) and insurance agent Ji Fan (Marc Jia), cross when they both desperately need a big sum of money. Career woman Li Ruo Nan (Eva Zhu) has a rebellious daughter, Wang Yi Han (Zhao Yun Zhuo), who hates her mother. Finally, there is Liu Ge (Liu Nan), an elite of the financial world who can’t get rid of his gangster ways and only believes in money. The lives of all these people become intertwined in a kidnapping case that will significantly change them.
Traffic police officer Zhao Yi Yang (Huo Zheng Yan) is the section chief in charge of traffic accidents. At the site of an accident involving a pickup truck in which a child survives but loses his parents, Yi Yang and his team member Pang Jia (Zhu Yi Long) discover that two more cars were involved. They manage to catch the real hit-and-run offender, but at the same time learn that an old case linked to the new one might have been misjudged by Yi Yang in the past.
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.
The online ratings for dramas have been a controversial topic for quite some time as they can easily be manipulated. People suspect that some fans of certain dramas or actors keep clicking on the videos to push the view count up. Following iQIYI, Youku now decided to take measures as well.