CSM63 Cities + Online
Medal of the Republic finished its run this week while continuing to be the top drama online and on TV. Premiering in its place are Jin Dong and Yan Ni’s political drama People’s Property and spy thriller Belief starring Zhang Luyi and Nie Yuan. Both have broken above CSM63 ratings of 2% on their premiere week though People’s Property seems poised to be the new ratings leader with an average of 2.528%. It’s worth noting that People’s Property is the work of Zhou Meisen who wrote the screenplay for the hit drama In the Name of People.
Meanwhile, The Priceless at the 10pm slot ends its run to be replaced by Ren Zhong and Regina Wan’s suspense thriller The Twelfth Second. It follows the story of a police detective as he investigates the strange circumstances of his wife’s death.
Apart from Medal of the Republic, which currently holds the top spot online, People’s Property has leaped to second place while Rebirth For You in 3rd is still the top web drama. The Twelfth Second also makes it on the list in 5th place.
*The table includes primetime shows that air at 19:30, those highlighted in blue air at 22:00. **Overall rankings are for the shows airing on the same night, regardless of air time. *** Reruns are not included. **** Dramas that air on CCTV (the state television broadcaster in China) are not included.
Top Dramas (7-Day)
1. Medal of the Republic
2. People’s Property
3. Rebirth For You
4. The Pavilion
5. The Twelfth Second
6. Live Your Life
7. Our Times
8. A Female Student Arrives at the Imperial College
9. The Fiery Years of Gao Da Xia
10. Once We Get Married
*Vlinkage Daily Views Index is based on view count, iQIYI Popularity, Youku Popularity, community and media discussions and Baidu search. The 7-day rankings is the calculated average from the daily index. **Celebrity rankings are no longer available as there has been a regulation to remove all celebrity rankings in China.
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I am more enclined to watch Chinese Drama because their actors and actresses are more beautiful, and most of the women in lead roles have strong characters, i believe Chinese drama shows how hard working Chinese people are, unlike Kdrama their male lead roles are more beautiful than the female.
SIMONE SANTOS PEREIRA DA SILVA
Tenho a mesma opinião, mais infelizmente as plataformas para assistir a maioria dos dramas chineses não são traduzidos para nosso idioma até do YouTube, os disponíveis pelo Netflix não são chineses
@ Mei Yu:
I don’t under Spanish, so I want to copy what these two above commenters wrote and try to Google Translate them. You don’t allow that, so I have no idea what they are. Can you please change that feature? Thanks!