The latest drama adaption of Unrequited Love wrapped up filming in March 2019, and will finally be premiering tonight. Hu Bingqing plays the heroine whose love for high school classmate (Hu Yitian) is finally returned. [Extended]
The 40 episode drama releases 2 eps every Tues-Thurs on Mango TV / Tencent.
You Complete Me stars Hu Yitian as the ambitious hero who approaches the heroine (Qiao Xin) with an ulterior motive yet falls in love with her instead.
The 40 episode drama will be subbed on WeTV, and releases 2 episodes every Wednesday to Friday beginning tonight. Members get a 6 ep headstart, and can unlock more episodes at an extra cost beginning Dec 16th.
Hello, The Sharpshooter你好神枪手 stars Xing Fei as Tang Xin, the reporter of a sports television channel. She is tasked with interviewing the winner of the 50 metre rifle prone championships (Hu Yitian), who also happens to be the coach she had a crush on four years ago.
Helmed by Liu Yizhi (The Negotiator), the Tencent web drama began filming today.
Three actors and three idol-turned-actors mix-and-match for this cute school romance shoot for Chinese Valentine’s Day. There’s Ding Yuxi and Zhou Jieqiong, Zhao Lusi and LinYanjun, and Hu Yitian and Jiang Zhenyu. The dialogue is a bit awkward, but they’re all really cute. Which pair do you want to see for a full-out drama?
Hu Yitian(My Roommate is a Detective) reprises his role as professional robotics competition contestant Wu Bai (Dt) in Go Go Squid 2: Dt x Appledog’s Time 亲爱的, 挚爱的. Li Yitong(Sword Dynasty) costars as Ai Qing / Appledog, the player who introduced Wu Bai to robotics and his future love interest.
At the beginning of the month many celebrity workshops will put out a tentative schedule to let fans know what they’re up to. Here’s June’s with what film projects everyone’s attached to. Partly due to a pause in filming due to the coronavirus, June is a pretty busy month with almost all A-lister drama actors filming.
My Roommate is a Detective is one of the most hilarious offerings in drama land right now that’s more enjoyable as a sit-com than a detective mystery. Hu Yitian plays consulting detective Lu Yao, a goofier version of Sherlock Holmes who loves to snack on baked plant seeds. He’s definitely more expressive here than in The Handsome Siblings, and provides much of the comedy in the show.