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- Twenty Your Life On (2020) (DVD) (Ep. 1-42) (End) (China Version) US$55.99
- A Little Reunion (2019) (DVD) (Ep. 1-49) (End) (China Version) US$65.99
- In Law We Believe (2019) (DVD) (Ep. 1-45) (End) (China Version) US$59.99
- The Secret Dragon in the Abyss (2018) (DVD) (Ep. 1-54) (End) (Taiwan Version) US$34.99
- Love Advanced Customization (2020) (DVD) (Ep. 1-34) (End) (China Version) US$46.99
- Cruel Romance (2015) (DVD) (Ep. 1-40) (End) (Taiwan Version) US$23.99
- The Advisors Alliance Part 1 (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-42) (End) (China Version) US$55.99
- The VI Group Of Fatal Case (2003) (H-DVD) (Ep.1-32) (End) (China Version) US$63.99
- Another Brilliant Life (2011) (DVD) (Ep. 1-30) (End) (6-Disc Edition) (China Version) US$23.99
Fearless Whispers (2020) (DVD) (Ep. 1-51) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Gina Jin (Actor)
| Li Yi Feng (Actor)
| Liu Jie (Actor)
| Zhang Lan (Actor)
Li Yifeng joins the revolution in the period drama Fearless Whispers from Day and Night director Wang Wei. Set in Shanghai during the Republican era, the period drama co-stars Gina Jin (Wu Xin: The Monster Killer), Wang Longzheng (Day and Night) and Niu Junfeng (Love O2O).
Law school graduate Gu Yaodong (Li Yifeng) joins the police force with the ideals of protecting the people and defending justice. However, the rookie officer is not only treated poorly by his colleagues, but also gets pulled into the fierce struggle between the police and the Communist Party's underground intelligence network. In these turbulent times, Gu Yaodong must make a choice about where justice and his loyalties truly lie.
Nothing But Thirty (2020) (DVD) (Ep. 1-43) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Maggie Jiang (Actor)
| Tong Yao (Actor)
| Samantha Ko (Actor)
| Guan Xiao Tong (Actor)
One of China's most talked-about dramas of 2020, Nothing But Thirty explores changes and challenges faced by women in their thirties. Tong Yao (Like a Flowing River), Maggie Jiang (Serenade of Peaceful Joy) and Mao Xiaotong (Princess Weiyoung) play three friends who experience new setbacks and opportunities as they reach turning points in their lives.
Highly educated and business-savvy, Gu Jia (Tong Yao) became a full-time housewife after marrying Xu Huanshan (Li Zefeng), and supported him in his business and career growth. She has what seems like an enviable life until her husband cheats on her with a manipulative younger woman (Zhang Yue). Confident with her looks and her smarts, Wang Manni (Maggie Jiang) is a sales executive who walks to her own pace and always believe that she's worth the best. She encounters troubles at work and in love when it turns out her boyfriend (Edward Ma) has a fiancée. Zhong Xiaoqin (Mao Xiaotong) is an ordinary everyday woman with an ordinary job and an ordinary marriage with an ordinary man. After she experiences a miscarriage, her relationship with her husband becomes estranged, and they get divorced. She becomes torn between her ex-husband and a younger colleague.
Ming Dynasty (2019) (DVD) (Ep. 1-62) (End) (China Version) DVD Region All
Zhu Ya Wen (Actor)
| Lay Zhang (EXO) (Actor)
| Tang Wei (Actor)
| Wang Xue Qi (Actor)
After her breakout with Lust, Caution in 2007, Tang Wei shifted her career exclusively to the silver screen. The acclaimed actress returns to television after 12 years in the 2019 period series Ming Dynasty (a.k.a. Empress of the Ming). Based on the novel Chronicle of the Six Eras by Lianjing Zhuyi, the series is set in the turbulent early years of the Ming Dynasty when power and succession struggle rocked the palace. Tang Wei essays the life of Empress Sun, who was consort to the Xuande Emperor and the mother of the Yingzong Emperor. Zhu Yawen co-stars as Xuande, alongside a cast that includes Deng Jiajia, Wang Xueqi, Qiao Zhenyu, Wu Yue, Liang Guanhua, Yu Haoming and EXO's Lay Zhang.
After overthrowing his nephew Jianwen to become the third Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Yongle orders the execution of officials who were loyal to his predecessor, including imperial physician Jing Qing. Jing's two daughters get rescued separately and escape death. Older daughter Ruowei (Tang Wei) is raised by rebel general Sun who seeks to restore the previous Emperor. Saved by the Crown Prince, younger daughter Manyin (Deng Jiajia) is adopted by a court attendant and grows up in the palace. Yongle's favored grandson Zhu Zhangji (Zhu Yawen) is tasked with purging Sun and the remaining rebels, but he ends up falling in love with Ruowei and bringing her into the palace.
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