My expectations are pretty low given the fact that sequels never work, though with directors Kong Sheng and Li Xue at the helm, it’s bound to look gorgeous.The 50 episode drama will air two episodes every Monday to Wednesday on Dragon and Beijing TV beginning tonight. English subs will be available on Dramafever and Viki.
Here’s the 40 second teaser for Nirvana in Fire 2: The Wind Blows in Changlin, starringHuang Xiaoming(A Life Time Love),Liu Haoran (variety show Give Me Five), Tong Liya(variety show Takes a Real Man 2) and Zhang Huiwen (Crying Out in Love).
The Wind Blows in Changlin 琅琊榜之风起长林wishes everybody a Happy New Year! Starring Huang Xiaoming, Liu Haoran, Tong Liya, Zhang Huiwen, Sun Chun, Wu Haochen, Mei Ting, Zhang Bo, Guo Jingfei, and Qiao Xin, get a glimpse of the costumes and sets while you can!
The Wind Blows in Changlin 琅琊榜之风起长林 has released posters for its supporting cast. No official synopsis has been released, but the one translated below does seem to align with the latest batch of character posters.
I love how Daylight Entertainment just reveals the leads in one go.
Nirvana in Fire: The Wind Blows in Changlin琅琊榜之风起长林 has released posters for all its main actors, which include Huang Xiaoming (Mission Milano), Liu Haoran (Detective Chinatown) and Tong Liya (Run for Love) among others. The drama will be split into two seasons, and each one will have 15 episodes.
Exciting news for all Nirvana in Fire fans: the sequel is coming!
Casting director Wei Wei – whom many may remember as the messenger Tong Lu -recently confirmed on Weibo that The Wind Blows in Changlin 琅琊榜之凤起长林, the sequel to acclaimed drama Nirvana in Firehas finally entered pre-production, and is slated to start filming in November. It is unknown whether the script is still in the works, though with this announcement I am assuming the team already has a final draft. Continue reading →
The Magnolia Awards is held in conjunction with the Shanghai Television Festival, home to one of East Asia’s biggest television markets. Magnolia Awards is recognised as one of the most prestigious television awards alongside the Golden Eagle and Flying Apsaras, though it cannot seem to make up its mind on the number of categories (the current format began last year).
Full list of nominees, winners and red carpet pictures are below the cut.
I know this comes a bit late but I wanted to at least finish or try to finish some stuff before I give suggestions. I have avoided doing this in the past since I don’t really like ranking dramas. I find that my opinion of them changes depending on what I am feeling like but I also realize that people try to read these posts as reference for what to watch. Therefore, these are relatively “ranked” by my personal level of enjoyment… which may be inaccurate sometimes since I do click through dramas if I get impatient and may miss something good or critical…
Murder Mystery/Of Monks and Masters (侠僧探案传奇)
The top three would have to be one of the three major successes of the year for me.