Nirvana in Fire

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Nirvana in Fire
Nirvana In Fire (Lang Ya Bang) official poster.jpg
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Chinese 琅琊榜
Mandarin Lángyá Bǎng
Genre Wuxia
Historical
Politics
Based on Lang Ya Bang by Hai Yan
Written by Hai Yan
Directed by Kong Sheng
Li Xue
Starring Hu Ge
Liu Tao
Wang Kai
Theme music composer Meng Ke
Opening theme Main Theme
by Meng Ke
Ending theme When the Wind Blows
by Hu Ge
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Chinese
No. of episodes 54 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Hou Hongliang
Production location(s) Hengdian World Studios
Xiang Shan Studios
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 40-45 minutes
Production company(s) Shandong Television Media Group
Daylight Entertainment (Dongyang) Television Ltd.
Release
Original network Dragon TV
Beijing TV
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release September 19 – October 15, 2015
Chronology
Followed by Nirvana in Fire II: The Wind Blows in Chang Lin

Nirvana in Fire (Chinese: 琅琊榜; pinyin: Lángyá Bǎng) is a 2015 Chinese historical drama based on Hai Yan's novel with the same name. It was directed by Kong Sheng and Li Xue, and stars Hu Ge, Liu Tao and Wang Kai as Mei Changsu, Princess Nihuang and Prince Jing. The series tells the story of Lin Shu, who, under the alias Mei Changsu, enters the capital of Liang to seek justice for a conspiracy that labeled his family as traitors 12 years before.[1] It originally aired 2 episodes daily on Beijing TV and Dragon TV, Monday through Sunday from 19:30 to 21:00, from September 19 to October 15, 2015.[2][3]

The drama was a commercial and critical success, surpassing ten million views by its second day,[4] and receiving a total number of daily internet views on iQiyi of over 3.3 billion by the end of the series.[5][6] Nirvana in Fire was considered a social media phenomenon, generating 3.55 billion posts on Sina Weibo that praised its characters and story-line.[7] As of December 2016, it has a total view of 13 billion views as reported by VLinkage.[8]

The drama was also one of the recipients of the Outstanding Television Drama Award at the Flying Apsaras Awards, the highest government honor given for outstanding achievement in the television industry.[9] Kong Sheng also won the Outstanding Director Award for his work in Nirvana in Fire.[10] In 2016, SARFT recognized the series as one of the top 20 most outstanding dramas of the year.[11] It was also nominated for the Magnolia Award for Best Television Series at the 22nd Shanghai Television Festival.[12]

Its sequel, Nirvana in Fire II: The Wind Blows in Chang Lin, began airing in December 2017.

Synopsis[edit]

In sixth century China, there was a war between feudal Northern Wei and Southern Liang dynasties. The Liang commander general, Lin Xie, his 19-year-old son, Lin Shu, and the Chiyan Army defeated hostile Wei forces. However, when the Chiyan were weakened from the battle, they were massacred under the Emperor's orders. Unknown to the king, the Chiyan were framed by political rivals, who claimed that they were conspiring a rebellion with the then-crown prince, Prince Qi. As a result, Prince Qi and members of the Lin manor were also unjustly executed. Qi's mother, Consort Chen, and Lin Shu's mother, sister of the king, committed suicide.

Lin Shu survived but was poisoned by the Poison of the Bitter Flame as the result of the fighting. To save his life, the master of Langya Hall, Lin Chen, gave him a treatment that ultimately led to Lin Shu's altered appearance and weakened state. For the next twelve years, he establishes the Jiang Zuo Alliance and becomes chief of the pugilist world as Mei Changsu. Lin Shu takes the opportunity to return to the capital during the fight for the throne between Prince Yu and Prince Xian. He uses this opportunity to gain a position that will allow him to restore his family's innocence as well as secretly help his childhood friend, the unfavored Prince Jing, become Emperor.

Under the disguise of Su Zhe, Lin Shu becomes a strategist, who supports Prince Yu on the surface. He helps him take down the Crown Prince and his most powerful ally, Marquess Xie Yu. Secretly, he is assisting Prince Jing as he rises in power and favor. While also investigating Xie Yu, Lin Shu discovers new details of Xie Yu's involvement in the Chiyan conspiracy. He realizes that Xia Jiang, head of the Xuan Jing Bureau, was the instigator of the case that ultimately framed Prince Qi and the Chiyan Army so that Prince Qi could not dissolve the Xuan Jing Bureau when he becomes emperor.

After the Crown Prince falls from grace, Prince Yu and his own strategist, Qin Banruo, become suspicious of Mei Changsu after they saw that Prince Jing was becoming more and more powerful in the royal court. Although he was advised to stop advancing for the throne, Prince Yu forms an alliance with Xia Jiang, who agrees to help him become emperor to prevent the Chiyan case from being re-investigated under Prince Jing, for fear that the prince would try to uncover Xia's lies. Despite their plan to use the capture of ex-Chiyan general, Wei Zheng, to create bad blood between Prince Jing and his father, the prisoner's escape leads them to fail, with Xia Jiang arrested and Xuan Jing Bureau seized and searched. Prince Yu's previous crimes were also revealed, causing him to be demoted and put under house arrest. Although all seems lost for Prince Yu, Qin Banruo persuades him to hold a rebellion and take the throne by force while his father is away at the Spring Hunt with Prince Jing and Mei Changsu.

Despite arriving with a more powerful army compared to the small number of soldiers stationed at the Hunt, Prince Yu fails to destroy his father. Therefore, he commits suicide in prison. Meanwhile, Xia Jiang had escaped prison during the rebellion attempt and deduces that Mei Changsu is Lin Shu. He attempts to regain the Emperor's trust by uncovering Mei's identity and accusing Prince Jing to have conspired with the strategist as the reason for the prince's quick rise in power. Although the Emperor imprisoned Xia Jiang again, he attempts to kill Mei Changsu to prevent a further mess for Prince Jing. He is stopped by Prince Jing, as the prince did not want people to die for him.

Together, Prince Jing and Mei Changsu make a plan to try and bring up the Chiyan case to the Emperor. At the Emperor's birthday celebration, the Prince has Grand Princess Liyang, the wife of Xie Yu, bring up the case in front of the emperor with evidence from Xie Yu's confession. The Emperor is angered by the sudden accusation of his own mistakes, but he is powerless to stop it, as the whole court pleads for him to reopen the Chiyan case. After a final confrontation with Mei Changsu (now revealed to him as Lin Shu), the Emperor finally agrees to reopen the case. After investigating, he pronounces Prince Qi, Lin Xie, Lin Shu, and the entire Chiyan army innocent.

Shortly after his wish is fulfilled, Mei Changsu receives news that the Northern Wei forces has come to take advantage of the political unrest in the royal court by invading Da Liang. Mei Changsu decides to help drive off the Northern forces, as it would be what Lin Shu would have done. He takes a herbal medication made by Lin Chen to give himself strength for three months, so he may lead the Liang forces to defeat the enemy. He ultimately did not return to the capital. Several years later, Prince Jing becomes the new Emperor. When Commander Meng Zhi requests for Emperor Jing to name the newly merged militia, he names it "Chang Lin" army, in honor of Lin Shu and Mei Chang Su.[13]

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Background[edit]

In April 2011, Shandong Television Media Group acquired the film adaption rights for the popular 2007 internet novel written by Hai Yan, Lang Ya Bang, which has been called the "Chinese version of The Count of Monte Cristo".[14][15] Producer Hou Hongliang thought that the original novel conveyed the kind of emotion people are most attracted to, the characters' inner strength and revenge, and therefore decided to adapt the novel for television.[16] The series' overall investment of the costume drama was more than one hundred million yuan, and the director and producer strived for majestic atmosphere with poetic, beautiful images.[17]

Director Kong Sheng and Hou Hongliang, who have been friends for 20 years, have worked together in The Age of Iron, Chuang Guandong, All Quiet in Peking, and The Line and other television productions.[18] The original author, Hai Yan, said that she had no intention to make Lang Ya Bang into a television series, but Shandong producers encouraged her to do so, while also offering her the role as the drama's screenwriter, despite the fact that she had no such experience. The writing of the script lasted from mid-October 2012 to April 2013. Hai Yan stated that the story "will certainly be changed in details, but the framework, the characters and the plot is set to no major changes..., we are most concerned about the preservation of the outcome of Mei Changsu. I think, according to my personal standards, 80% of the script is original."[19] Hou Hongliang said in earlier interviews that the series highlights justice, patriotism and brotherhood.[20]

Set at Hengdian World Studios used as part of Marquise Xie Yu's manor

Although it was not intended for any historical backstory corresponding to a certain dynasty, for the sake of the costumes, props and set designs, Nirvana in Fire was set during the Northern and Southern dynasties.[21] Hou Hongliang stated that "characters will be relatively free flowing, in line with ancient individuals that are typically imagined."[22]

Notable members of production include Sun Molong and Li Gang as directors of photography, Meng Ke as head composer, Jiang Guangtuo in charge of the dubbing, Liu Jie as the stunt director, Wang Huo, Su Zhiyong and Shao Changyong as the artistic designers, Ru Mei Qi as the fashion designer, Kong Gezi in charge of visual effects, and Liu Lei in charge of sound recordings.[23]

Shooting[edit]

It was announced in mid-December 2013 that Hu Ge, Victor Huang, Wang Kai and Chen Long would act as Mei Changsu, Prince Yu, Prince Jing and Meng Zhi in the drama.[24] When the cast and crew were formally established, they officially started shooting on February 12, 2014 at Hengdian World Studios. The shooting was separated into three groups, shooting at Heng Dian, Xiang Shan studios, western Zhe Jiang grasslands, Wuxi and others.[25] Location shooting was finished in June 2014, and entered post-production.[26]

Soundtrack[edit]

"When the Wind Rises", sung by Hu Ge, is the main theme song of the drama, with "Faded Beauty" and "Loyal Blood Forever Runs Red" acting as insert songs. The rest of the tracks are instrumental and performed by various artists. "When the Wind Rises" was composed by Meng Ke, with lyrics written by Hai Yan.[27] "Faded Beauty" was composed by Zhao Jialin and written by Yuan Liang. "Loyal Blood Forever Runs Red" was composed by Yu Haihang and written by Qing Yan and Bing Feng.[28]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The series garnered critical acclaim, with much positive reviews and discussion surfacing around the internet through Weibo.[29] It topped viewership ratings in fifty cities in China and enjoyed high audience ratings in Taiwan.[30] The drama is also immensely popular overseas and has been translated to and dubbed in different languages.[20][31]

Xu Ming of Global Times praised the storyline, acting and cinematography of the series, stating that it was a quality example of Chinese period dramas, despite pointing out several flaws in the plot, such as Mei Changsu being "too capable" compared to the other characters.[29] Douban gave the drama 9.2 out of 10,[20] with the series being dubbed as "China's Game of Thrones" due to its popularity.[5][32]

Certain scenic spots in China have also been changed to Langya Ge (Langya Hall) to attract tourists. Although Anhui, Jiangsu and Shandong province all claim to be where the drama is set, Hai Yan clarified that the setting was fictitious.[33] The publications for the web novel was highly anticipated, with the number of pre-orders reaching new highs.[34] At the 2015 Big Data Index of Culture and Entertainment Industry Conference, the character, Mei Changsu, was named the year's "most talked-about television character (online)".[35] The success of the adaption ushered in the original book's sales increase by more than 3,300 percent on Amazon.[36]

Ratings[edit]

China Dragon TV / Beijing TV premiere ratings (CSM50)[37]
Episodes Broadcast date Dragon TV Beijing TV
Ratings (%) Audience share (%) Rankings Ratings (%) Audience share (%) Rankings
1-2 September 19, 2015 0.482 1.38 10 0.574 1.64 6
3-4 September 20, 2015 0.587 1.65 8 0.594 1.67 7
5-6 September 21, 2015 0.517 1.48 10 0.573 1.64 6
7-8 September 22, 2015 0.544 1.56 9 0.529 1.52 10
9-10 September 23, 2015 0.690 1.98 4 0.603 1.73 8
11-12 September 24, 2015 0.749 2.11 4 0.531 1.50 9
13-14 September 25, 2015 0.694 2.00 4 0.661 1.92 5
15-16 September 26, 2015 0.739 2.07 4 0.649 1.82 5
17-18 September 27, 2015 0.730 1.99 3 0.523 1.43 5
19-20 September 28, 2015 0.655 1.82 3 0.604 1.68 4
21-22 September 29, 2015 0.727 1.97 4 0.833 2.26 3
23-24 September 30, 2015 0.751 1.99 4 0.832 2.21 3
25-26 October 1, 2015 0.671 1.97 4 0.825 2.41 3
27-28 October 2, 2015 0.702 2.11 4 0.831 2.50 2
29-30 October 3, 2015 0.715 2.08 4 0.720 2.10 3
31-32 October 4, 2015 0.865 2.47 3 0.755 2.15 4
33-34 October 5, 2015 0.794 2.24 5 0.869 2.45 4
35-36 October 6, 2015 0.928 2.55 5 0.977 2.69 4
37-38 October 7, 2015 0.897 2.35 3 1.044 2.73 1
39-40 October 8, 2015 1.081 2.99 2 0.691 1.91 6
41-42 October 9, 2015 1.055 2.90 2 1.017 2.79 3
43-44 October 10, 2015 1.057 2.84 3 1.185 3.18 1
45-46 October 11, 2015 1.161 3.11 2 1.223 3.28 1
47-48 October 12, 2015 1.063 3.03 2 1.254 3.57 1
49-50 October 13, 2015 1.072 2.96 3 1.196 3.30 1
51-52 October 14, 2015 0.987 2.76 4 1.085 3.03 1
53-54 October 15, 2015 1.159 3.27 1 1.050 2.96 2
Average ratings 0.809 2.269 4.2 0.834 2.366 4
  • Highest ratings are marked in red, lowest ratings are marked in blue

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Category Nominee Result ref.
15th "Wind from the East" Influential Entertainers Entertainer of the Year Hu Ge Won [38]
Most Powerful TV Actor of the Year Jin Dong Won
Most Popular TV Actor of the Year Wang Kai Won
Best Television Director of the Year Kong Sheng Won
Li Xue Won
2016 iQiyi All-Star Carnival Drama of the Year Nirvana in Fire Won [39]
TV Actor of the Year Hu Ge (also for The Disguiser and Good Times) Won
TV Drama Producer of the Year Hou Hongliang (also for The Disguiser) Won
30th Flying Apsaras Awards Outstanding Television Drama (historical) Nirvana in Fire Won [40]
Outstanding Director Kong Sheng Won
Outstanding Actor Hu Ge Nominated [10]
Outstanding Actress Liu Tao Nominated
6th Macau International Television Festival Best Television Producer Hou Hongliang Won [41]
Outstanding Television Series Nirvana in Fire Won
7th China TV Drama Awards Top Ten Television Series Won [42]
Best Director Kong Sheng, Li Xue Won
Best Actor Hu Ge Won
Best Supporting Actor Victor Huang Won
Most Popular Actor (Mainland China) Wang Kai Won
Industry Contribution Award Hou Hongliang (also for The Disguiser) Won
14th China's Annual Top List Entertainer of the Year Hu Ge Won [43]
Wang Kai Won
Drama of the Year Nirvana in Fire Won
Forbes China Original Culture Billboard Awards Best Original TV Adaption Won [44]
Weibo Night Awards Ceremony Most Powerful Actor of the Year Jin Dong Won [45]
Most Powerful Actress of the Year Liu Tao Won
Best Newcomer of the Year Leo Wu Won
Man of the Year Wang Kai Won
Best Performance by an Actress Liu Min Tao Won
Best Performance by an Actor Liu Yijun Won
Best Television Series Producer Hou Hongliang Won
State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television Top 20 Most Outstanding Dramas of 2015 Nirvana in Fire Won
1st China Quality Television Drama Ceremony Quality Grand Award Won [46]
Audience Favorite TV Series (Dragon TV) Won
Quality Performance Grand Award Hu Ge (also for The Disguiser and Good Times) Won
Best Director Kong Sheng Won
Li Xue (also for The Disguiser) Won
Best Producer Hou Hongliang (also for The Disguiser) Won
Most Popular Actress Liu Tao (also for The Legend of Mi Yue) Won
Most Marketable Actor Hu Ge (also for The Disguiser and Good Times) Won
Most Popular Actor Wang Kai (also for The Disguiser) Won
19th Huading Awards Best Drama Nirvana in Fire Won [47]
Best Director Kong Sheng, Li Xue Nominated
Best Screenwriter Hai Yan Nominated
Best Actor Hu Ge Nominated
Best Actress (Ancient) Liu Tao Nominated
Best Newcomer Leo Wu Nominated
Best Producer Hou Hongliang Nominated
22nd Shanghai Television Festival Best Television Series Nirvana in Fire Nominated [12]
Best Director Kong Sheng Won
Li Xue Won
Best Screenwriter Hai Yan Nominated
Best Actor Hu Ge Won
Best Supporting Actor Wang Kai Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Liu Min Tao Nominated
8th Straits Film and Television Awards Ceremony Most Popular Chinese TV Series Nirvana in Fire Won [48]
28th Golden Eagle Awards Best Actor (Audience's Choice for Actor) Hu Ge Won [49]
Most Popular Actor Hu Ge Won
National Copyright Administration (NCAC) Copyright Awards Top Copyright Award Lang Ya Bang Won [50]
2016 LiTV OTT Entertainment Awards Drama of the Year Nirvana in Fire Won [51]
TV Actor of the Year Hu Ge Won
3rd Hengdian Film and TV Festival of China Jury Grand Award for Most Popular TV Series Nirvana in Fire Won [52]
8th China TV Drama Awards Most Appealing Young Actor Leo Wu Won
3rd Asia Rainbow TV Awards Best Supporting Actor Wang Kai Won [53]
12th Chinese American Film Festival Golden Angel Award for Best Chinese TV Series Nirvana in Fire Won [54]
11th National Top-Notch Television Production Award Ceremony Outstanding Television Series Won [55]

For complete list of awards: [1]

International broadcast[edit]

Channel Location Broadcast start date Note
Beijing TV, Dragon TV Mainland China September 19, 2015 Monday to Sunday 19:30 - 21:00 (two eps)
San Francisco KTSF 26 Taiwan United States September 21, 2015 Monday to Friday 21:00 - 22:00
Chinese TV South Korea October 19, 2015 Monday to Friday 22:00 (two eps)[56]
CTS Main Channel Taiwan November 3, 2015 Monday to Friday 21:00[57]
OMNI.2 (ON) Canada November 15, 2015 Monday to Friday 22:00
OMNI AB
OMNI BC
KSCI Los Angeles United States December 10, 2015 Sunday to Friday 19:00 - 20:00
ELTA TV Taiwan January 26, 2016 Monday to Friday 21:00
LiTV Monday to Friday 12:00
Galaxy TV Japan April 11, 2016 Monday to Friday 13:00 - 15:00
TVB Jade Hong Kong & Malaysia May 16, 2016 Everyday 21:30 - 22:30[58]
Astro On Demand Malaysia May 16, 2016 Everyday 21:30 - 22:30
VV Drama (TVB version in original Mandarin language) Singapore August 29, 2016 Monday to Sunday 21:00 - 22:00
Astro Wah Lai Toi Malaysia April 1, 2017 Saturday and Sunday 16:00 - 18:00

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