Tingxue Towerstars Qin Junjie and Yuan Bingyan as members of the titular cult who lead the fight against the unorthodox sects. If the show follows the books, they’ll also have their own bitter romance, as distrust and betrayal breaks their relationship.
The series releases 2 episodes every Monday to Thursday on Tencent. Members get an 8 episode head start.
Wuxia series Tingxue Tower听雪楼 just released its opening and ending themes by Mickey He. Starring Qin Junjie (Summer’s Desire) and Yuan Bingyan(Ever Night) , the series is a torteous tale of a young woman’s attempt to avenge her parents in a battle that blurs together good and evil. I hope the release of these means that it’ll be released sometimes soon.
Tong Liya’s new drama is a comedy. So far, its name at least is living up to the genre; it’s called “Weaning,” as in, “weaning a child from milk.” Starring Tong Liya, Lei Jiayin, Luo Jin, and Lin Yuan, the drama tells the story of a post 80s couple. Here, the prissy “An Qi” (Tong Liya) and her “It Boy” (played by Lei Jiyin) are to be married within weeks. Two young adults, who had once only needed to say the word to be given clothing and food, now face the difficulties of reality. They must start becoming adjusting to their new life, from the base up. And so, every week this couple will go to the An family home for food and for laundry, up until our female lead becomes pregnant. Then the family’s care and worry becomes even more overbearing…The problems of married life, conflicts over child rearing, and (what!) feelings outside of marriage begin to surface. Look below the cut for more pictures – even if you just want to see Tong Liya with fabulous styling. (more…)
Following the journey of a revived princess who weaves dreams for those in need, novel 华胥引 Hua Xu Yin joins the latest batch of novels to be made into television series. Each episode focuses on a story of a misunderstood love, with the revealed leads so far being Yuan Hong, Jiang Xin, Guo Zhenni, He Gang and Gao Hao. String the story together are Lin Yuan and Kevin Cheng, the princess and prince of enemy kingdoms who get caught in dreams of their own.
Our favorite up-and-rising Yang Yang is back with a new modern role! His episode of the Tangren 3+7 miniseries could have more of a plot, but Yang Yang and Lin Yuan’s cuteness makes up for everything! Has anyone seen the other episodes? Are they worth watching?