Come to sunny California to study in the latest drama exploring the plight of Chinese students abroad, but this time with their parents in the mix. poster edit: 手可摘星檀
Over the Sea I Come To You 带着爸爸去留学 features Sun Honglei and Zeng Shunxi in a problematic father-son relationship. Xin Zhilei and Jiang Yiyi and Liu Mintao and Tan Jianci costar as the other two parent-child combos. [Extended Synopsis]
The 46 episode drama premieres tonight on Dragon TV / Zhejiang TV.
Held in the Lonely Castle has released its first teaser, and shows a conflicted Emperor Renzong of Song (Wang Kai) who must balance the pressure of reform and performing his royal duties with the desire to be a good father to Huirou (Ren Min). Costars include Jiang Shuying, Yang Le, Bian Cheng and Yu Entai.
Held in the Lonely Castlehas released a set of stills to commemorate 100 days of filming. Starring Wang Kai, Jiang Shuying, Ren Min and Bian Cheng, the historical drama about an emperor’s struggle to balance the factions and push through new reforms is slated to run for 50 episodes.
Character posters are out for Daylight Entertainment’s next big historical production Held in the Lonely Castle, which stars Wang Kai as the emperor who constantly finds himself between a rock and a hard place, and Jiang Shuying as his virtuous empress.
Black Lighthouse 黑色灯塔 is a youth legal drama starring Wu Qian(An Oriental Odyssey) as Qiao Nuoyi, an intern who accidentally finds herself working at the intermediate people’s court. She discovers a newfound passion for the law after solving several mysteries, and sets her sights on becoming a judge.
Held in the Lonely Castle has unveiled its main cast, and Jiang Shuying(Mr. Right) will be playing the female lead Empress Cao, a woman who abides by her duties but is distrusted by her husband (Wang Kai).
Fourteen-year-old Bian Cheng (Yong Qi in Ruyi’s Royal Love, young Luo Chi in Faithful to Buddha) plays eunuch Liang Huaiji, while new actress Ren Min (Cry Me A Sad River) plays the princess Huirou. [Extended Synopsis]
Upcoming family drama Over the Sea I Come To You 带着爸爸去留学 stars Sun Honglei as a father who saves up every little penny to fund his son’s studies abroad, and is forced to join his son (Zeng Shunxi) on his exchange to the US after his wife’s visa is rejected.
Who says heroes must be lonely?
Our heroes are happy.
So opens Gu Long’s favorite novel of his, Happy Heroes 欢乐英雄. The first TV adaptation of novel, titled Growing Pains of Swordsmen, has begun filming and will star Bai Ke, Lan Yingying, Sun Yizhou, and Yang Le as a quartet of happy heroes in their various escapades. The series is directed Shang Jing and “written by” of My Own Swordsman, so I expect it might be similar in tone. The original listed writer was Ning Caishen of My Own Swordsman but has been changed to Shang Jing after Ning Caishen got banned for doing drugs, but I suspect the script may still be based off his script. The two’s tone should work well with the novel, which is episodic and an attempt by Gu Long to focus on the more human and mundane stories of the wuxia world.