A story about guardians and humans fighting a world full of evil in a place called Rakshasa Street. Starring Jiro Wang and An Yue Xi.
Rescue Me (Aug 5 OCN)
A story about four unlikely people who encounter a woman in an alleyway who whispers, “save me.” Starring Ok Taecyeon, Woo Do Hwan, Lee David, Ha Hoe Jung and Seo Ye Ji.
Two brothers separated at birth find themselves on opposing sides of the battlefield. Starring Leon Zhang, Alan Yu Menglong and Guan Xiaotong.
For My Love (Aug 10 Jiangsu TV, Tencent QQ)
A touching story following the experiences of a modern day family and how they juggle the relationship between three generations. Starring Jin Dong, Pan Hong and Tong Lei.
Live Up to Your Name Dr. Heo (Aug 12 tvN)
Watch for time-traveling hijinks when a medical doctor from ancient times finds himself in modern-day Seoul. Starring Kim Nam Gil and Kim Ah Joong.
Set in the Qin Dynasty, the prequel to Legend of Qin revolves around the story of a woman sent to the palace to become his woman. Starring Dilraba Dilmurat and Vin Zhang.
The sequel to Les Interpretes has Yang Mi playing a negotiator who butt heads with an arrogant rival in Huang Zitao, that is until their competition blossoms into romance. Starring Yang Mi and Huang Zitao.
Monster Killer 2 (Aug 14 Tencent and Sohu)
The sequel to the action adventure story about a man who can never die. Starring Elvis Han, Sabrina Chen Yao and Li Lan Di.
Head Above Water (Aug 15 Aug 14 Dragon TV)
Two detectives who start out with a terrible dislike for each other must join forces to solve a case where they seem to be at a disadvantage at every turn. Starring Jin Dong and Han Yuqin.
Blind Date (Aug 15 Zhejiang TV)
A 30 year-old spinster vows to find a man before her sister’s wedding by going through a series of blind dates. Starring Lu Yi and Jiang Xin.
A romantic comedy between an aspiring barista and a coffee shop owner that is based on the hit k-drama The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince. Starring Xu Lu and Yang Le.
Tong Tian Detective Dee (Aug 21 Beijing TV, Anhui TV, iQiYi and Mango TV)
A story that follows a young Di Ren Jie fighting injustice and solving mysteries to become a godly detective of the Tang Dynasty. Starring Ren Jialun and Kan Qing Zi.
A sports-themed drama about athletes hoping to become champions in the fencing world. Starring Jiang Jin Fu and George Hu.
A story about a woman who rises in the business world to become the richest woman in Shanxi. Zhou Ying is sold by her father to the Shen family as a servant where she meets a spoiled-rotten young master who has a lot of manning up to do. She also meets Wu Pin, a kind man who helps her without asking for anything in return. Starring Sun Li, Chen Xiao and Peter Ho
King is not Easy (Aug 30 Tencent QQ)
A palace maid switches bodies with the King, and the shift in their power dynamics makes for a hilarious romance, not to mention that she has a serious crush on the King’s guard. Starring Zhang Yi Jie and Bai Lu.
Hospital Ship (Aug 30 MBC)
A medical drama about a group of doctors at sea providing medical help to those in need. Starring Ha Ji Won and Kwak Min Hyuk.
Day & Night (Aug 30 Youku)
A detective is on a mission to clear his twin brother of murder charges and crack all sorts of cases along the way. Starring Pan Yueming and Wang Zhenglong.
An adventure story set in the fantastical world of Novoland brings together a thief, a constable and a prince. Starring Darren Wang, Crystal Zhang and Simon Yam.
Once Upon A Time (Aug 3) –> Movie
The film adaptation of Three Lives Three Worlds Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms recounts the story between a fox spirit and the dragon prince from the heavens. Starring Crystal Liu and Yang Yang.
Guilty of Mind (Aug 11) –> Movie
The thrilling mind games adapted from the crime novel Evil Minds by Lei Mi is taken to the big screen. Starring Li Yi Feng and Liao Fan.
An action blockbuster about a team of expert thieves performing a grand heist and the cop who is hellbent on stopping them. Starring Andy Lau, Shu Qi, Zhang Jing Chu, Tony Yo-ning Yang and Jean Reno.
Brotherhood of Blades 2 (Aug 11 Jul 19) –> Movie
The prequel follows a time in the hero’s life when he becomes the scapegoat in a conspiracy and must prove his own innocence at all costs. Starring Chang Chen and Yang Mi.
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There are some actors I do not want to watch at all, and one of them is Jiro Wang. China has some really horrible young actors, but the current generation of Taiwanese stars are worse. They aren't even pretty to look at, which makes their acting flaws more obvious.
And despite me having a fondness for Dilraba after 3L3W, I have full faith that her drama with Vin Zhang will flop bad. In fact, I think her drama with Vic Zhou will flop too. One has a horrible plot, the other that plus an awful lead actor. How unfortunate…
Honestly, none in the August lineup looks good. I'll probably watch Once upon a Time, but that's it.
Looking forward to Les Interpretes 2! I liked YangMi in 3L3W and I watched all of Huang Zitao's movies recently and he is a really good actor. I know he has another drama coming out too around this time so I will be catching that too.
Just curious, how will Les Interpretes 2 relate to the original Les Interpretes? Will Yang Mi play the same character?? Or a whole different one?
This Summer's movie line up sucks. But I can't for the Fighter of the Destiny movie adaptation…
The characters are different/unrelated but in a similar setting expect this one is about businesses while the previous one was about working as a translator