If you wanted to catch up on baby Wu Lei, Faraway Love 远得要命的爱情 is your chance! Li Fei’er plays a single parent who all of a sudden finds love with a CEO (Park Hae-jin) and an old classmate (model Zhang Lunshuo). Wu Lei plays the sweetheart son who can sometimes be angsty. The series was filmed back in 2013 but is only airing now. Oh, how he’s grown. Also, the female antagonist is Song Yi.
The Third Master’s Sword 三少爷的剑 (I am sure they will have a better English title sometime soon) has released a teaser, marking Tsui Hark‘s return to the wuxia genre. Starring Lin Gengxin, Peter Ho, Jiang Yiyan, Jiang Mengjie, and Ren Qingan, this seems to be based on the novel by Gu Long.
Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy 九州·海上牧云记 has released images of what looks like key props for the production. Starring Huang Xuan, Shawn Dou, Zhou Yiwei , and Wang Qianyuan, I guess we can some nice character posters pretty soon.
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Tang Yixin, Wang Kai, Jin Chen, Xiaocaiqi, Yao Yixin, Zhai Tianlin and Mike Angelo are only some of the people (foxes) getting married in the currently-airing Foxes of Azure Hill/Legend of Qing Qiu Fox.
So far, I would say the three chapters are in reverse order of quality. Xiaocaiqi and Fu Xinbo make a surprisingly cute pair in probably the best-written chapter so far, Jiang Kaitong and Zhai Tianlin pull off the over-the-top story with their natural cuteness (although his dubber is the worst), while Chen Yao is the only redeeming feature of chapter 1.
Chen Yao, Yang Le, Ma Ke, and Cai Jingwen tackle on Yang Zishan, Mark Zhao, and Han Geng in the much brighter(literally) and younger TV adaptation of So Young 致青春. I’m a fan of both leads, and the trailer actually looks like a lot more fun than the film. No news on broadcasting yet.