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- Ultimate Mission (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-42) (End) (China Version) US$39.99
- The Hunt For Wolf (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-36) (End) (China Version) US$47.99
- Under Cover (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-43) (End) (China Version) US$47.99
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- An Die Shi Wo Di (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-40) (End) (China Version) US$53.99
- Feather Fly (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-58) (End) (China Version) US$59.99
- Because of You (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-56) (End) (China Version) US$39.99
- Soldier's Way (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-28) (End) (China Version) US$43.99
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City Still Believe In Love (2016) (DVD) (Ep. 1-44) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Michelle Chen (Actor)
| Zhu Ya Wen (Actor)
| Zhang Duo (Actor)
| Ceng Yong Ti (Actor)
Zhu Yawen (Red Sorghum) and Michelle Chen (You are the Apple of My Eye) form an unlikely odd couple in the urban romantic comedy City Still Believe In Love. From the moment they meet, wedding planning director Wang Mao (Zhu Yawen), a brash Beijinger, and Huang Yiran (Michelle Chen), a straight-spoken newbie from Taiwan, find it hard to see eye to eye. Due to cultural differences, the two just don't understand each other, but they have to work together nonetheless. Over time, Wang Mao begins to recognize Yiran's talent and hardworking spirit, and she discovers that her boss has a softer side to him. When Wang Mao hits a crisis at work, Yiran gives him full support to help turn things around. In the process, they begin to fall in love.
Surgeons (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-44) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Bai Bai He (Actor)
| Jin Dong (Actor)
| Li Jia Hang (Actor)
| Liu Yi Jun (Actor)
The production company behind acclaimed hits Nirvana in Fire, The Disguiser, Ode to Joy and Candle in the Tomb, Daylight Entertainment takes on the medical genre with the 2017 series Surgeons. Melding medical, romance and suspense elements, the hit drama stars Jin Dong (Nirvana in Fire) and Bai Baihe (Monster Hunt) as surgeons who are connected by a medical malpractice mystery that led to the deaths of their parents years ago.
When a car accident victim dies from a drug allergy in the hospital, nurse Shumei is blamed for the death and forced from her job. Her eight-year-old son gets into a fight over the accusations, during which time his little sister gets abducted. Shumei commits suicide soon after. Thirty years later, Shumei's son has grown up to become surgeon Zhuang Shu (Jin Dong). After years abroad, Zhuang Shu returns to China to take up a position at his mother's old hospital. He hopes to find his missing sister and the truth behind the medical malpractice incident years ago. At the hospital, he meets cardiac surgeon Chenxi (Bai Baihe), who got transferred to ER because of a dispute with her department head. Chenxi, it turns out, is the daughter of the patient who died from the drug allergy.
In the Name of People (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-55) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Zhang Feng Yi (Actor)
| Lu Yi (Actor)
| Hou Yong
| Wu Gang (Actor)
Chinese television ratings and media buzz tend to be dominated by trendy and fantasy dramas with popular young actors. In 2017, In the Name of People, a critically acclaimed drama about a prosecutor's fight against corruption, resoundingly bucked the trend and set China's highest ratings record of the decade. Based on a book by Zhou Meisen, In the Name of People generated a huge following and fervent discussions for its portrayal of high-level government corruption and power struggle within the Communist party. Lu Yi stars as the corruption watchdog prosecutor at the center of the fight, while the sprawling ensemble of politicians and officials are played by a top-drawer veteran cast that includes Zhang Fengyi, Wu Gang, Zhang Zhijian, Xu Yajun and Hou Yung.
Hou (Lu Yi), the head investigator of the Supreme People's Procuratorate's anti-corruption bureau, is tasked to investigate allegations against state official Zhao (Hou Yung). When he arrives at Zhao's home, he is greeted by a simple-looking man who appears to live an austere life. Hou eventually rips away Zhao's mask of lies and discovers his hidden stash of bribe money. Meanwhile, vice mayor Ding (Xu Wenguang), who is also implicated in the scandal, manages to flee the country with the help of a mysterious shadow figure.
In the course of the investigation, Hou's old classmate Chen (Huang Junpeng), the director of Handong Province's anti-corruption bureau, gets gravely injured in a car accident. Hou takes over the director's seat to continue the ballooning investigation while navigating Handong's poisonous political climate. Handong politics has long been dominated by the rivalry between factions led by Provincial Committee Deputy Secretary Gao (Zhang Zhijian) and City Committee Secretary Li (Wu Gang), but the addition of newly installed Provincial Committee Secretary Sha (Zhang Fengyi) further upsets the political balance as Hou races to root out the corrupt elements.
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