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Kidnapping Game (Jun 2 iQIYI)
A suspense thriller adapted from the Japanese novel The Name of the Game by Keigo Higashino follows a man who plots with the illegitimate daughter of a wealthy tycoon to fake her own kidnapping. Starring Zhu Yawen and Jin Chen.
You Are My Destiny (Jun 5 Tencent)
The most recent remake of the Taiwanese drama Fated to Love You follows the unexpected meeting of two people aboard a cruise ship who leave with more than what they bargained for when they end up married with a baby on the way. Starring Xing Zhaolin, Liang Jie, Fu Jing and Li Jiulin.
True Colours (Jun 5 iQIYI)
Lu Jiajia and Nian Mengyu are childhood friends who grew up bickering throughout their lives. When their respective love lives don’t work out, they begin to fall for each other. Starring Wayne Liu Ruilin and Li Tingting.
Love in Between (Jun 8 Tencent, Youku)
A story that follows a young noble in disguise as a physician to locate a treasured painting for the imperial palace. He meets a female thief with a mysterious identity and gets embroiled in the complications of the martial arts world. Starring Gala Zhang Yao and Zhang Yaqin.
We Are All Alone (Jun 8 iQIYI)
Mo Xiangwan is known as the iron-willed agent of showbiz. Despite her stature, she suffers a crisis that deals a big blow to her career. She learns many things in the process of finding herself as she reclaims her road to success. Starring Qin Lan and Godfrey Gao.
What If You’re My Boss (Jun 10 MGTV)
A prickly boss meets his match with a secretary who’s unmoved by his efforts to pursue her. Starring Xuan Lu and Zhao Zhiwei.
The Eight (Jun 12 iQIYI)
A story that follows university student Hua Minchu. Due to an accident, he becomes involved in the warfare and veiled strife among the various powers in the pugilistic world while engaging in efforts to save the people. Starring Ou Hao and Tan Songyun.
Heroic Journey of Ne Zha (Jun 15 Hunan TV, MGTV, Youku)
A story inspired by myths and legends follows the heroic adventures of Ne Zha and the little dragon girl of the East Sea who start out as enemies yet gradually work hand in hand to slay monsters and vanquish evil spirits. Starring Jiang Yiyi and Wu Jiayi.
My Girl (Jun 17 Youku)
A story about love healing all scars follows a young girl with multiple personalities who claims the CEO of a cosmetic company as her boyfriend. Starring Zhao Yiqin and Li Jiaqi.
Parallel Love (Jun 18 Tencent)
Jiao Yang, even if time flew backwards, even if we never meet again, please remember that someone named Lin Miao loves you very much. At first, Jiao Yang and Lin Miao who are 8 years apart could never see eye to eye but they soon start to have each other’s backs in a corporate war. Starring Li Hongyi and Kira Shi Shi.
Love a Lifetime (Jun 18 iQIYI, Youku)
A story that follows Nalan Yue, a man with two identities. He falls for the bold Rong Hua, a young maiden with a good heart yet their ties are deeper and more complicated due to the generation before them. Starring Ren Jialun and Zhang Huiwen.
Symphony’s Romance (Jun 21 Hunan TV, MGTV, iQIYI, Tencent)
A story about opposites follows a proud and serious pianist and a muddled piano geek. Through each other, they learn to overcome their fears and chase after their musical dreams while becoming better versions of themselves. Starring Lin Yun and Zhang Xincheng.
The Little Nyonya (Jun 28 CCTV, iQIYI, Youku)
A remake of the 2008 Singaporean TV series which follows a story of a traditional Peranakan family that spans generations. Starring Xiao Yan and Kou Jiarui.
Mr. Honesty (Jun 29 Tencent)
A story that recounts the playful assistant who meets the overbearing CEO because of a lie, thus starting a romance full of joy and bickering. Starring Liang Jie, Xin Yunlai and Liu Haikuan.
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- The dates above are subject to change.
- We do our best to cover upcoming mainstream Chinese dramas and a few web dramas / Korean dramas that catch our eye. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to cover everything on air.
- For a more comprehensive list of dramas airing this month, please check out ChineseDrama.Info.
So, no WOLF? Of course the Chinese remake of Fated to Love You can't have pre-marital relations so they've changed the whole premise and water it down. Still, I'm curious. But I've been very disappointed with modern C-drama lately. They're all the same.
I've watched around 10 episodes of it although we basically know what is going to happen and it does have few cliches in it, I'll admit that the story is pretty good. It's definitely funnier than the other remakes. So far this is my favorite remake after the original (despite it being an emotional mess, I still have a soft spot for the original). The chemistry between the leads are amazing. After it's their third drama together so I'll definitely recommend this and tell to give it a chance.
After watching the trailer for Fated to Love You I have to rescind my statement – it looked pretty close to the original Taiwan version and looked quite cute. Now I'm looking forward to it. And am tempted to re-watch Ethan Ruan's Fated, as it's one of my favorites.
waiting for wolf too! It's rumored to air soon so will definitely add it in should they announce a premiere:)
Does anyone know where else to watch What if You're My Boss (I love Shijie >.<) besides MGTV lol. They're always like, "due to copyright restrictions, this is not available in your region" and it's so annoying.
It's probably gonna be on youtube since many of the recent dramas that have been airing on MGTV have been on youtube. But if not, you could try using a site called duboku and search up the drama there
What about whirlwind girl s3
I don't think they ever filmed a 3rd season of that drama…