Beauty World (TV series)

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Beauty World
Beauty World (TV series).JPG
Poster
Also known as 1. Tang Gong Meiren Tianxia
2. Meiren Tianxia
Genre Fantasy, supernatural, costume drama, romance
Written by Yu Zheng
Directed by Lee Wai-chu
Huang Bin
Shen Jiarong
Presented by Zhang Suzhou
Zhou Li
Wang Maoliang
Li Shuqing
Mo Ren
Cao Zhe
Yu Zheng
Starring Zhang Ting
Ming Dow
Li Xiaolu
Mickey He
Zheng Guolin
Yang Mi
Tong Liya
Opening theme Luo Hua (落花) performed by Li Xiaolu
Ending theme Tang Ge (唐歌) performed by Mickey He
Composer(s) Li Ge
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of episodes 45
Production
Executive producer(s) Yuan Xiaoping
Zhang Zheng
Li Ziyu
Li Yuanfen
Lin Guohua
Producer(s) Yu Zheng
Zhao Hongmei
Jing Zhigang
Chen Zhirong
Chen Juncong
Editor(s) Zheng Weiming
Location(s) China
Cinematography Chen Yuzhou
Ye Yunyuan
Huang Zhuangqiu
Xu Haoxian
Dong Yong
Running time 45 minutes per episode
Production company(s) 1. 北京紫骏影视
2. Yu Zheng Workshop
Broadcast
Original channel Guangzhou Zonghe Channel
First shown in 21 October 2011
Chronology
Related shows Beauty's Rival in Palace (2010)
In Love With Power (2012)
Beauty World
Traditional Chinese 唐宮美人天下
Simplified Chinese 唐宫美人天下

Beauty World, also known as Tang Gong Meiren Tianxia and World of a Beauty, is a Chinese fantasy-supernatural television series set in the Tang dynasty. It was directed by Lee Wai-chu, produced and written by Yu Zheng, and starred Zhang Ting, Ming Dow, Li Xiaolu, Mickey He, Zheng Guolin, Yang Mi and Tong Liya in the leading roles. The series is regarded as a counterpart to Beauty's Rival in Palace, a similar 2010 television series set in the Han Dynasty. It was first aired on 21 October 2011 on Guangzhou Zonghe Channel in mainland China.

Cast[edit]

  • Zhang Ting as Wu Meiniang
  • Ming Dow as Ming Chongyan / Ming Yi
  • Li Xiaolu as Helan Xin'er
  • Mickey He as Pei Shaoqing
  • Zheng Guolin as Li Zhi
  • Yang Mi as Qingluan
  • Tong Liya as Wu Qingcheng
  • Zhou Muyin as Wang Nijun (based on Empress Wang)
  • Zhang Chenguang as Zhangsun Wuji
  • Lü Jiarong as Yu Qilin
  • Wang Likun as Baihe
  • Cao Xiwen as Xiao Wanwan (based on Consort Xiao)
  • Zhang Meng as Xuanyu
  • Guo Zhenni as Zhangsun Wugou (based on Empress Zhangsun)
  • He Saifei as Lin Xueyi
  • Liu Fang as Hongxiu
  • Catherine Hung as Miao Fengniang
  • Xiong Naijin as Liruo
  • Cheng Yi as Feng Xiaobao (Xue Huaiyi)
  • Deng Sha as Zhangsun Pingting
  • Gao Yang as Ying Caidie
  • Gao Hao as Shangguan Hao
  • Miao Luoyi as Caiyu
  • Huang Haibing as Li Shimin
  • He Yanni as Shangguan Yun'er
  • Li Sha as Yang Nüshi
  • Ye Simiao as Jin Qiaoyu
  • Liu Jiayuan as Yuenu
  • Chi Lijing as Fang Lingsu
  • Yang Shengwen as Beauty Wang
  • Dong Hui as Yuan Chunyu
  • Bai Shan as Lu Mingzhu
  • Han Zixuan as Li Hong
  • Chen Hani as Ai Jinlian
  • Luo Jin as Ji Dapeng
  • Ma Wenlong as Yuanxiu
  • Wei Wei as Ma Rengui
  • Deng Xibin as Khan of Western Turks
  • He Xianda as Luo Binwang
  • Ren Xuehai as Wang Nijun's father
  • Jiang Yiyi as Xiaoxin'er

Broadcasts[edit]

Region Network Dates Timings
China Guangzhou Zonghe Channel 21 October 2011 19:15 (daily)
China Shandong Film and TV Series Channel 23 October 2011 18:48 (daily)
China Huizhou TV Channel 2 2 November 2011
China Jiangsu Satellite TV 24 November 2011 19:30 (daily)
China Shenzhen Satellite TV 24 November 2011 19:30 (daily)
China Anhui Satellite TV 24 November 2011 19:31 (daily)
China Yunnan Satellite TV 24 November 2011 19:34 (daily)
Singapore mio TV 31 December 2011
10 March 2012
16:15 (Saturdays)
19:45 (Saturdays)
Hong Kong i-CABLE Entertainment Channel 12 March 2012 22:30 (daily)

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