Meeting the Dragon 遇龙 (lit.) stars Dylan Wang as Weichi Longyan, a two thousand-year old dragon king who is saved by kind-hearted young maidservant Liu Ying (Zhu Xudan).
All dramas have ceased filming and work is sparse, so I’m going to use this opportunity to highlight the following celebrities for donating to efforts to contain the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. I know there’s a lot of uncertainties about whether donations are being properly used, but that doesn’t diminish the goodwill of the donators. If you chose to donate to anything, though, definitely do your homework and making sure that the money is actually well-spent.
The list is too long so I used google translate, feel free to leave corrections and additions in the comments.(more…)
Season 2 of Ever Night stars Dylan Wang Hedi, Song Yiren, Yuan Bingyan and Yang Chaoyue. Ever Night 2 airs two episodes every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, with six additional episodes for Tencent VIP members and additional episodes for ordering beginning Feb. 3. Watch it on Youtube with English subs here.(more…)
Despite a change in the male lead from Arthur Chen to Wang Hedi, the trailer for the new season of Ever Night looks imo even better than the previous one, with better CGI and a more crispy edit. The drama brings back director Yang Yang as well as most of the first season’s cast – Song Yiren, Yuan Bingyan, Dylan Kuo, Sun Zujun, etc. Yang Chaoyue joins the cast as the god Haotian, while Lian Lian replaces Tong Yao as the princess. There’s still no broadcasting date announced.(more…)
The new season of Ever Night stars Dylan Wang Hedi as Ning Que, Song Yiren as Sangsang and Yuan Bingyan as Mo Shanshan. New leading cast members include Liu Kejun as Ye Hongyu and Yang Chaoyue as Haotian, the all-powerful god and the leads’ archenemy.
Coming from the producers of Season 1, Ever Night 2 is tentatively scheduled to broadcast this month on Tencent.(more…)
The National Southwest Associated University and Us 我们的西南联大 is set during the Second Sino-Japanese War, and stars Wang Hedi (Meteor Garden 2018) and Zhou Ye (Better Days) in the leading roles.(more…)
Round-up of celebrity September schedules put out by their workshops, mostly selected based on if I liked their photo. I’m too lazy to look up what they’re all filming, but the biggest news is probably that Dilraba is finally filming again after being on filming break since the new lunar year.(more…)