Guys With Kids with Bosco Wong, Luo Yun Xi, and Liu Guan Xiang confirms air date after five years

Let’s see. My last post of this drama was in 2015! 😱

And what a time to announce its broadcasting date, with a drama title like that in a time like this. 👀

Guys With Kids (奶爸当家) stars Bosco Wong, Luo Yun Xi, and Liu Guan Xiang as a group of single men living together. Our main hero, plays by Bosco, recently lost the custody for his daughter. Then his first love died in a car accident and wanted her surviving infant son to be given to him. He also needs to find the baby’s daddy in the mean time. What ensues is a hilarious showcase of love and connection in a makeshift family. The three dads with three distinct personalities. Bosco is the nerdy, doormat dad, Luo Yun Xi is the hot-headed young daddy, and Liu Guan Xiang is the athletic and sensitive dad.

Airing 1/22 ~

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COVID-19 Anthology Cdrama – Together, with Ten Different Stories and Cast Members

I did not expect that in my lifetime there would be a global pandemic happening. It is – still is, very tough. Working in a major hospital, I was very fortunate to have a job through Covid but there were definitely some selfish moments where I just wanted to stay home and stay away from the hospital, where protocols and procedures keep changing every single day as we learned more things about the virus. Colleagues falling sick and hospital dispatching some of us to different areas, sometimes unrelated to our job; some smaller hospitals were sending my co-workers to work at the morgue. >.<”

I don’t know what to expect from these dramas but maybe all we need is a little thing called hope to keep us moving forward. Having this blog and some of you guys to chat with has always been the anchor of my sanity. So thank-you for that! Stay healthy, stay informed, stay connected, and stay calm! We are in this together.

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Upcoming Cdramas to Air: Ordinary Glory, Way Back Into Love, To Dear Myself

All three dramas have confirmed air dates!

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Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy Discussion Post Week 7: Episodes 73 – 75 “Finale.”

I’ve been reading a lot of discussion since the last post about Tribes and Empires running out of money (true!) and who’s to blame. A lot of rumors. It’s hard to say. This is director Cao Dun’s first venture into ancient fantasy series so he is ambitious and has an artistic vision and didn’t realize many costly things. It’s hard to entirely blame him because he’s well-loved by the cast and we were all wow-ed by the first trailer Tribes dished out. Weren’t we? At least now many realize a good drama isn’t just about the directing but a combination of directing, writing, and acting. Whether or not Huang Xuan’s scenes were cut, we can’t verify, but I did watch Zhou Zi Wei’s interview where he admitted that he shot the drama and then was told they could only give him so much and he replied that he didn’t need to be paid because acting out emotional turbulence like Shuo Feng in itself is a mark in his acting career. The opportunity cannot be exchanged for money. So everyone in the cast suffers in one way or another, not just any one actor.

If they are lucky to get funding for another season, let this first season be a good lesson for the production company about budget management (!!).

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Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy Discussion Post Week 6: Episodes 61 – 72

So we only have one more week of Tribes and Empires totaling 75 episodes because they only shot up to Huang Xuan’s ascension to the throne. What will they do from here? I don’t know because it’s not a small project. The novel writer wrote on his weibo that he has big dreams for Tribes (on the level of Attack on Titan and Lord of the Rings) but the project lacks funding so he’s looking for ka-ching!

As of 12/26, the drama online views have hit 7 billions. 😀 Hunan has also sucked it up and will air Tribes starting 12/29 on TV.

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Tribes and Empires: Storm of Prophecy Discussion Post Week 5: Episodes 49 – 60

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