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.
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.
The CCTV New Year’s Gala, also known as Spring Festival Gala or Chunwan (春晚), is not only the biggest TV event of the Chinese New Year, but even has an entry in the Guinness World Records as the most watched TV program worldwide! Around 700 million to one billion viewers tune in every year on Chinese New Year’s Eve to watch the 4-hour-long show that offers a broad variety of acts, including sketches, music and dance performances, acrobatics and martial arts.
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.
A young woman yearns to learn about her past and finds a story she didn’t expect. Lin Jing Yun (An Yue Xi) is a food critic and food magazine editor based in France. She travels to Shanghai to explore the local cuisines and rediscover her heritage. What she finds is an old family diary belonging to a woman named Duan Tian Ying (An Yue Xi), who lived during 1930s Shanghai. In the diary, Tian Ying talks about her torn feelings between the gentle Xu Xing Cheng (Kevin Chu) and the arrogant Luo Fu Sheng (Zhu Yi Long). However, Hong Lan (Eva Cheng) has a secret crush on Fu Sheng and Duan Tian Ci (Alen Fang) is in love with Tian Ying and will do anything to protect her. What will Jing Yun discover about her own history through this diary?
As the sole heir to EMT Group, Ai Mi’er’s (Ady An) future isn’t her decision alone. When her father arranges her marriage to CEO He Yikun (Hou Jiang Jian), she runs away from home. While searching for her missing boyfriend, she ends up working as a housekeeper for He Kaixin (Zhu Yi Long). It is with his encouragement that she works toward her dream of becoming a fashion designer.