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The Rise of Phoenixes
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Also known as 凰权·弈天下
Genre
Based on Huang Quan
by Tianxia Guiyuan
Written by
  • Lu Yi
  • Zou Yue
  • Lu Jing (Tianxia Guiyuan)
  • Wang Pei
  • Qiu Yongyi
Directed by
  • Shen Yan
  • Liu Haibo
Starring
Composer(s) Dong Yingda
Country of origin China
Original language(s) Mandarin
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 70 (uncut), 56 (TV)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Niu Jixin
  • Quan Haojin
Production location(s)
Cinematography Li Xi
Editor(s) Zhang Jia
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 40-45 minutes
Production company(s)
  • Croton Media (China Syndication)
  • K. Pictures
  • Hao Mai Culture
  • Chinese All Digital Publishing Group
  • New Film Association
Distributor China Syndication
Release
Original network Hunan TV
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Audio format Stereo
First shown in China
Original release August 14, 2018 (2018-08-14)
The Rise of Phoenixes
Simplified Chinese 天盛长歌

The Rise of Phoenixes (Chinese: 天盛长歌; pinyin: Tiānshèng Cháng Gē) is a 2018 Chinese television series that is loosely based on the novel Huang Quan (Chinese: 凰权) by Tianxia Guiyuan. It stars Chen Kun and Ni Ni. The series premiered on Hunan Television starting August 14, 2018.[1]

The series airs on Netflix starting September 14, 2018.[2]

Synopsis[edit]

Ning Yi (Chen Kun) is the calculating and ambitious sixth prince of the ruling Tiansheng kingdom, yet has learnt to hide his true personality behind a carefree facade after corrupt and duplicitous court officials charge the third prince Ning Qiao with high treason. Over the next decade, he establishes a secret information network led by Qingming Academy's head tutor Xin Ziyan, and waits for the perfect chance to strike down his enemies and overturn the charges laid against his brother.

Feng Zhiwei (Ni Ni) is the illegitimate daughter of the Qiu clan, and is banished from her household after being falsely accused of a crime. In order to survive, she cross-dresses herself as a man and joins the prestigious Qingming Academy. She enters court as a general and politician after stunning the world with her talent and knowledge, and befriends Ning Yi.

She remains loyal and honest to the reigning Emperor during the princes’ fight for the throne, yet soon finds out she is the only surviving royalty of a fallen kingdom. Manipulated into thinking that the current kingdom was built upon the corpses of her loved ones, Zhiwei ultimately decides to take revenge against her enemies, including her lover Ning Yi. Will they be able to put their vengeance behind them and live a life without hatred?[3]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Chen Kun[4] Ning Yi (宁弈)

Sixth prince of Tiansheng Kingdom, the Prince of Chu.
Shrewd, ambitious and calculative, he has his eyes set on the throne after his loved ones were framed and massacred by political opponents. He presents himself as a carefree prince whose only objective is to help his older half-brother the crown prince ascend the throne; while secretly building up his political network and connections from scratch.

Ni Ni[5] Feng Zhiwei (凤知微)
Wei Zhi (魏知)

The unfavored daughter of the Qiu Family, who is actually the last princess of the fallen Cheng Dynasty.
After getting banished from the clan after being falsely accused of a crime, Zhiwei cross dresses as a man to attend the prestigious Qingming Academy, and joins the royal court as a respected warrior and official under the alias of Wei Zhi.

Supporting[edit]

Tiansheng Kingdom Royal Family[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Ni Dahong[6] Ning Shizheng (宁世征) Ruler of Tiansheng kingdom.
A calculative and distrustful man; skilled in balancing the different factions in court.
Hai Yitian[7] Ning Chuan (宁川) Crown prince of Tiansheng Kingdom.
Though ambitious, he is a useless and incapable man who relies heavily on Chang Hai and other advisors to strategize for him. He is part of the Chang bloodline and thus is backed by the Chang clan.
Shi An[8] Ning Sheng (宁昇) Second prince (Prince of Yan) of Tiansheng Kingdom.
Ambitious and cruel, he is a key contender for the throne. Like the Crown Prince, he is also part of the Chang bloodline and is backed by the Chang clan.
Liu Zhehui Ning Qiao (宁乔) Third prince of Tiansheng Kingdom.
He was killed after being framed by his opponents for high treason. Prior to his death, he had a close relationship with Ning Yi.
Xu Hao Ning Shao (宁韶) Princess Shaoning of Tiansheng Kingdom.
She is doted on by the Emperor and the Crown prince.
Li Tiannuo Ning Yan (宁研) Fifth prince (Prince of Zhao) of Tiansheng Kingdom.
Brainless and greedy, he is a lackey of the crown prince.
Qu Gaowei Ning Qi (宁齐) Seventh prince of Tiansheng Kingdom.
He suffers from mistreatment due to his mother’s lowly status, and sees Ning Yi as his biggest adversary.
Wang Kaiyi Ning Ji (宁霁) Tenth prince of Tiansheng Kingdom and the emperor’s youngest son.
A kind boy at heart, he is closest to Ning Yi.
Song Jiayang Ning Qing (宁清)
Du Hongbin Ning Zhuo (宁濯)
Mei Ting Ya Le (雅乐) Princess of the Sunset tribe and Ning Yi's mother.
She was killed on charges of witchcraft.
Yu Mingjia[9] Noble Consort Chang (常贵妃) Ning Sheng's birth mother and Ning Yi's foster mother. Member of the Chang clan, younger sister of the late empress.
She was ordered to raise Ning Yi after his mother's death, but has a strained relationship with him.
Zhu Rui Yue Ling (月泠) Consort Qing. Daughter of one of the founding members of the Bloody Pagoda.
She enters court as the king’s woman, and tries to fracture the dynasty by sowing discord between the emperor and his sons.
Chen Yingying Consort Wei (魏王妃)
Wang Oulei Lady Wang A kind yet unfavored concubine of the emperor.
Ning Qi's biological mother.

Tiansheng Kingdom Court Officials and Servants[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Ministers
Zhao Lixin[10] Xin Ziyan (辛子砚) Head Tutor of Qingming Academy.
Appears to be an advisor in the Crown Prince's faction, yet is actually a trusted mentor and good friend of Ning Yi. He was close to the late Prince Ning Qiao
Wang Ou[11] Hua Qiong (华琼) Female general of Tiansheng Kingdom, known as the "Fire Wind Warrior". Yan Huaishi's childhood friend and wife.
Yin Zhusheng Chang Yuan (常远) Duke of Min and head of the Chang family. A powerful general who contributed greatly to the founding of the Tiansheng Kingdom and holds significant power in court. He is the older brother of Chang Hai and is the uncle of both the crown prince and the second prince. He is viewed as the biggest threat to the Emperor's authority.
Xu Wei Chang Hai (常海) Uncle of the crown prince and second prince, Duke of Min's younger brother.
A loyal ally of the Crown Prince.
Lu Yong Qiu Shangqi (秋尚奇) Commander-in-chief of the infantry and leader of the Flying Shadow guards.
Appears to be an ally of the Crown prince, however, he prioritizes his own welfare above all else, and is a fence-sitter who always plays it safe in politics.
Wang Ce[12] Gu Yan (顾衍) Head of the Royal Guards.
Originally the second-in-command of the Bloody Pagoda, he betrays his organisation and joins the Tiansheng Kingdom as head of the royal guards.
Qin Yan Yao Ying (姚英) Grand Secretary of Internal Affairs.
Ning Yi's ally.
Chang Cheng Peng Pei (彭沛) Ministry of Penalty.
Ning Sheng's ally.
Ren Luomin Ge Hongying (葛鸿英) Assistant minister.
Ning Yan's ally.
Zhao Chengshun Chunyu hong (淳于鸿) Chunyu Meng's father.
Servants
Hou Yansong Zhao Yuan (赵渊) The emperor's trusted head eunuch. In charge of the Internal Affairs Department.
He Lei[13] Ning Cheng (宁澄) Ning Yi's loyal bodyguard.
Liu Yun Manchun (曼春) Ning Yi's personal attendant.
Rong Fei Wu Ying (吴英) An eunuch who was sent to spy on Ning Yi by the emperor, but decided to remain faithful to the prince after hearing the truth behind his schemes.
Chen Liang Ah Chou (阿丑) Gu Yuan's trusted aide.

People of Tiansheng Kingdom[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Hu Ke Dahua (大花) Xin Ziyan's wife.
Xu Jian Yan Huaishi (燕怀石) Hua Qiong’s husband and leader of the Yan clan.
Liu Haoyan[14] Chunyu Meng (淳于猛) Son of a powerful warrior.
He is loyal to Ning Yi and aids him in his conquest.
Mao Yi[15] Yao Yangyu (姚扬宇) Son of Yao Ying.
He is the top student at Qingming Academy, but is unruly and arrogant.
Wang Jiaqi Zhuyin (珠茵) Daughter of one of Ning Qiao's trusted generals.
She is now a courtesan at Lanxiang court who collects intelligence for Ning Yi.
Qiu clan
Liu Mintao[16] Qiu Mingying (秋明缨) Young mistress of Qiu clan. Wife of Gu Heng. Previous commander of the Fire Wind army.
She takes in Feng Zhiwei and raises her as her own.
Yang Ziyan Madame Qiu (秋夫人) Qiu Shangqi's wife.
Deng Sha Yuhua (玉华) Qiu Shangqi's fifth concubine.
Xu Ge Qiu Yuluo (秋玉落) Third young mistress of Qiu manor.
A spoilt and unruly girl who was betrothed to Ning Yi by the Emperor.
Chang Long Feng Hao (凤皓) Qiu Mingying's biological son.
A cheeky man child, yet loves his mother and sister dearly.

Cheng Dynasty[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Bai Jingting[17] Gu Nanyi (顾南衣) An assassin of Bloody Pagoda. Son of Gu Yan.
He becomes Feng Zhiwei's bodyguard, and views her as the most important person of his life.
Xiu Qing Zong Chen (宗宸) One of the leaders of the Bloody Pagoda, and Gu Nanyi's mentor.
He masquerades as a teacher of a private school, yet is extremely skilled in martial arts and an expert of medicine.
Hei Zi Gu Heng (顾衡) Previous leader of the Bloody Pagoda.
Feng Zhiwei's foster father; Qiu Mingying's husband.
Tan Kai Emperor of Da Cheng (大成皇帝) Feng Zhiwei's father.
Zhang Dinghan Empress of Da Cheng (大成皇后) Feng Zhiwei's mother.

Jinshi Tribe[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Zhang Xiaochen[18] Helian Zheng (赫连铮) Heir of Jinshi, a nomadic tribe.
He was given Zhiwei's hand of marriage by the Emperor, to ensure his loyalty to the Tiansheng Kingdom. He loves Zhiwei, and is willing to give anything to help her accomplish her dreams of restoring the Dacheng Dynasty.
Li Jingjing Liu Mudan (刘牡丹) Grand Royal Consort. Helian Zheng's mother.
Qin Yong[19] San Sun (三隼) General of Jinshi.
Zhou Kui Helian Lie (赫连烈) Helian Zheng's Uncle, and the previous Jinshi King's twin brother.
Deng Hanyu Helian Tu (赫连图)

Kingdom of Yue[edit]

Actor Character Introduction
Yuan Hong[20] Jin Siyu (晋思羽) Third prince of Yue, the Prince of An.
He is determined to take revenge for his father and older brother, who died at the hands of Ning Yi and Helian Zheng’s troops. He falls in love with Feng Zhiwei after witnessing her talent.
Shen Xiaohai Zhanbi (占壁) A spy of the Kingdom of Yue, Ya Le's lover.
Extended cast
Actor Character Introduction
Chi Feng Aunt Ziying (凌英姑姑)
Chen Sisi Erhua (二花)
Dai Xu Chang Zhongxin (常忠信)
Lv Xia Liu Meiduo (刘梅朵)
Zhang Zhizhong Xu Qirui (徐启瑞)
Sun Ning Hu Shengshan (胡圣山)
Liu Jun Wu Yuanming (吴渊铭)
Yang Haoyu Zhou Xizhong (周希中)
Dang Haoyu San Hu (三虎)
Liu Haibo Zhangsun Hong (长孙弘)
Zhang Ruoxing Qian Yan (钱彦)
Wu You Ni Wenyu (倪文昱)
Zheng Yu Si Xian (司宪)
Luan Yuanhui Chen Shao (陈绍)
Dai Wenwen Si Yinyue (司隐乐)
Sui Yumeng Yao Yangci (姚扬慈)
Zhang Xinying Hua Gongmei (华宫眉)
He Miao Hu Jingshui (胡静水)
Cai Yatong Jiarong (佳荣)
Yue Xin Siling (四翎)
Zhao Yanmin Li Shiru (厉世和)
Chen Youwang Elder Sizhi (四知长老)
Yan Zhiping Liu Yuanzheng (刘院正)
Tang Xu Royal Physician Lu (卢御医)
Dong Zhao Royal Physician Zhang (张御医)
Zhang Shihong Royal Physician (御医)
Wu Yuanfang
Zhang Maolin Xu Shichang (许事昌)
Li Bin Royal Astronomer (灵台丞)
Xu Shaoying Guo Jun (郭俊)
Chi Wen Elder of Sunset Tribe (日落族族长)
Deng Mingjiang Officer guarding the cliff (守崖官)
Qu Guoxiang Old Horsekeeper (老马夫) Initially an assassin of the Bloody Pagoda who was taken in by the Crown Prince after the fall of the Cheng dynasty.
Kang Fuzhen Young Horsekeeper (小马夫) Old Horsekeeper's son. A kind-hearted young man who saves Wei Zhi's life.
Chen Liwei Porter (担夫)
Jiang Zhongwei Physician of Pu Courtyard (浦园御医)
Wen Zheng Officer of the Seal (奉印大臣)
Teng Yi Sanhua (三花)
Zhang Yuxiao Sihua (四花)
Cheng Guodong Sir Hu (胡先生)
Zhang Ye Changji (长吉) A guard of Princess Shaoning.
Yang Kaicheng Chang Zhongli (常忠礼)
Tang Xiawa Chang Zhongli's wife (常忠礼夫人)
Jin Jing Hushi (扈室)
Ma Weifu Attendant Li (刘管事)
Cui Youbin Chang Zhongyi (常忠义)
Feng Jun Nursemaid Chen (陈嬷嬷)
Zhang Yixin Consort Chang's nursemaid (常贵妃嬷嬷)
Shi Min Palace maid of Hua Gongmei (华宫眉宫女)
Xie Guohua Consort Chang's attendant (常贵妃内侍)
Xu Li Ziyin (梓音)
Zhou Xin Zhuxin (烛心)
Zhang Ziting Duo'er (朵儿)
Hu Yilin Ying'er (莹儿)
Zhang Bo Chen Ming (陈明)
Sun Yiyang Xuanchen (宣辰)
Wu Bohang Lu Ming (陆明)
Wang Jiasui Qinyu (沁玉)
Zhang Luyao Lianmeng (怜梦)
Wang Ailin Bixia (碧霞)
Jiang Yunyun Xixue (惜雪)
Wang Yijie Xiwen (熙雯)
Tian Shuang Qianmo (千茉)
Cao Lei Prison Head (牢头)
Wang Hong Sun Xiang (孙祥)
Li Zhenyu Li Cai (李才)
Chang Wei Huo Laosan (霍老三) Once a prison officer who guarded and befriended Ning Yi during his years of captivity.
Ma Zhenrong Song Laoer (宋老二)
Luo Siyu Madam (老鸨) Madam of the dance house.
Zhang Bo Chahu (茶壶)
Xu Zhifei Guest (客人)
Wu Youxi Physician 1 (郎中甲)
Song Dongxiao Physician 2 (郎中乙)
Shen Yang Xingyi (邢义)
Xing Xiaoyan Song Jie (宋杰)
Wang Chen Yu Xiu (余休)
Zheng Xiaozhong Lin Renqi (林任奇)
Xiang Yu Commander of Ning Qi's troops (宁齐首领)
Wang Xi Captain Wei (卫队长)
Li Zhenyu Head Pirate (海盗头目)
Yao Weiping Monk (禅师)
Cao Yonggang Monk Wanjie (万劫禅师)
Li Du Coroner (仵作)
Fang Haowei Maid of Qiu Manor (秋府丫鬟)
Zhang Ya'nan Noble lady (贵女)
Jiang Dongmei Royal consort (贵妃)
Wang Yanjun Ning Sheng's subordinate (宁昇幕僚)
Lao Yuan Qingming Academy's attendant (青溟书院门房)
Lu Chenyang Dingsan (丁三)
Wang Quan Shaoning's senior eunuch (韶宁大太监)
Gao Fengyang Shaoning's junior eunuch (韶宁小太监)
Yao Zhuoran Female commoner (民妇)
Zhang Zisheng Commoner's husband (民妇丈夫)
Liu Muyu Xin Ziyan's servant (辛子砚仆人)
Liu Hanyang Tie Nan (铁男)
Li Honglei Boss (店铺老板)
Zhao Shuai Waiter (店小二)
Zhu Feng Officer 1 (官兵甲)
Sun Letian Officer 2 (官兵乙)
Shi Yafeng Crippled man (瘸子)
Zhang Mengqiang Store owner (摊主)
Ma Shuo Jailer (狱卒甲)
Chang Li Prisoner (犯人甲)
Yang Feng Coroner 2 (仵作甲)
Yi Yajun Private adviser (师爷)
Chang Li Human trafficker (人牙子)
Song Qingchang Elder (长老)
Wang Junheng Medicine shop employee (药铺伙计)
Jiang Hongshi Physician (御医)
Chong Yunpeng
Li Zhencheng Officer (官员)
Gao Wei Liu Guang (刘光)
Huang Junchao Second in-command of White Head Cliff (白头崖副将)
Li Wenping Chen Shao's father (陈绍父亲)
Yu Ganglong Execution military officer (行邢武官)
Chen Zhuankai Execution civil officer (行邢文官)
Cui Jun Servant (仆役乙)
Shi Junxian General (将军甲)
Liu Songbin Cheng Dynasty elders (大成遗老)
Zhang Jianguo
Zhang Dunyou
Zhu Song
Chi Dan Jinshi Ambassadors (金狮使臣)
Yin Xiaoming
Tao Ci Jinshi Officials (金狮大臣)
Yang Minggang
Ding Hao
Yin Gang
Xu Zhengzhi
Han Meimei Matrons of Honor (喜娘)
Liu Fang
Yang Huilin
Xu Li Nanny (乳母)
Guo Yinyu Descendant of Chang (常氏子侄)
Jing Haifeng
Zhang Zhi
Lei Chao
Liu Bingchao

Production[edit]

Principal photography commenced on 27 May 2017,[21] and the entire filming wrapped up on 12 December 2017.[22] It was revealed that the series also uses "real-time" voice recording during filming.[23]

Crew[edit]

The series is directed by Shen Yan and Liu Haibo (Chinese Style Relationship),[24] and written by internet novel writers Lu Jing (original author), Lu Yi, Zou Yue, Wang Pei and Qiu Yongyi. Costume designer and artistic director William Chang (The Flowers of War, The Grandmaster) was in charge of costumes designing along with Lu Fengshan and Fang Sizhe. Other notable crew members include stunt choreographer Yuan Bin (Flying Swords of Dragon Gate), stills photographer Bao Xiangyu (Coming Home, Mojin: The Lost Legend), composer Dong Yingda (Sweet Sixteen, All Quiet in Peking), cinematographer Li Xi (Love is Not Blind), artistic director Kun Xiaotong, editor Zhang Jia (Go Lala Go!).[25] and etiquette consultant Li Bin (Nirvana in Fire, The Legend of Mi Yue).[26]

Casting[edit]

On 20 October 2016, Chen Kun was announced as the male lead.[4] On 7 March 2017, Ni Ni was announced as the female lead; this also marks Ni Ni's first television series.[5] The extended cast was revealed on 27 April 2017.[25]

Location[edit]

The series is the first television drama to be filmed in Tang City Film Studios, Xiangyang, which was built especially for Chen Kaige's fantasy film The Legend of the Cat Demon. Reportedly, the location was picked not only because it fits the time period of the story setting, but also because the location is not featured in dramas frequently, as most historical/ancient Chinese dramas are filmed at Hengdian World Studios.[27] The series was also filmed in other places like Wuxi and Duyun.[28]

Post-production[edit]

In September 2017, cast members Zhao Lixin and Zhang Xiaochen attended the Weibo Awards Ceremony, where The Rise of Phoenixes was awarded the "Most Anticipated Television Series" award.[23]

In May 2018, it was revealed that the Chinese name for the series was changed from "凰权•弈天下 (Huang Quan Yi Tian Xia)" to "天盛长歌 (Tiansheng Chang Ge)" and the episode count officially confirmed to be 70 episodes.[29]

Soundtrack[edit]

No.TitleLyricsMusicSingersLength
1."To No Avail (奈何)" (Insert song)Dong YingdaDong YingdaSam Lee 
2."If Like Yesterday (如昨)" (Concept song)Zhang Pengpeng, Lin QiaoWu ShutingLiu Xijun 
3."Schemes of the Heart (心·机)" (Insert song)Cui ShuDong YingdaTracy Wang 
4."Schemes; Love Comes Along (心机·爱相随)" (Insert song)Dong YingdaDong YingdaXu Hongbin 
5."Like Dust (轻尘)" (Insert song)Zhang YingChen XueranTang Hanxiao 
6."Why to No Avail (何·奈何)" (Ending theme song)Dong YingdaDong YingdaNi Ni 

Reception[edit]

Due to its slow pacing and heavy plot, the series received low viewership ratings, and the original 70 episodes were cut down to 56 episodes on television.[30] However, Douban gave it a score of 8.2/10 with over 105,000 votes, making it the highest rated show out of all the dramas that aired over the summer holidays and one of the highest rated TV dramas of the year so far.[31]

Ratings[edit]

Episode # Original broadcast date Average audience share (CSM52) Ranking Average audience share (National Average) Ranking
Ratings Audience share Ratings Audience share
1-2 August 14, 2018 0.558 2.092 7 0.73 2.89 5
3-4 August 15, 2018 0.539 2.053 9 0.69 2.76 5
5-6 August 16, 2018 0.486 1.84 10 0.73 2.82 5
7 August 18, 2018 0.233 0.918 12 0.48 1.96 5
8-9 August 19, 2018 0.425 1.562 8 0.58 2.32 3
10-11 August 20, 2018 0.474 1.752 9 0.63 2.45 5
12-13 August 21, 2018 0.416 1.58 10 0.5 1.92 5
14-15 August 22, 2018 0.379 1.386 11 0.53 2.03 6
16-17 August 23, 2018 0.453 1.699 12 0.65 2.51 5
18 August 24, 2018 0.154 0.609 24 0.16 0.69 17
19 August 25, 2018 0.262 0.966 10 0.34 1.36 5
20-21 August 26, 2018 0.350 1.303 7 0.46 1.77 3
22-23 August 27, 2018 0.367 1.352 10 0.46 1.78 5
24-25 August 28, 2018 0.382 1.428 11 0.52 1.96 5
26-27 August 29, 2018 0.434 1.619 11 0.46 1.75 6
28-29 August 30, 2018 0.396 1.478 9 0.48 1.85 14
30 September 1, 2018 0.303 1.036 8 0.33 1.12 8
31-32 September 2, 2018 0.466 1.780 6 0.38 1.51 6
33-34 September 3, 2018 0.44 1.685 9 0.44 1.685 9
35-36 September 4, 2018 0.533 2.113 9 0.41 1.65 7
37-38 September 5, 2018 0.536 2.163 8
39-40 September 6, 2018 0.525 2.138 8
41 September 7, 2018
42 September 8, 2018
43-44 September 9, 2018
45-46 September 10, 2018
47-48 September 11, 2018
49-50 September 12, 2018
51-52 September 13, 2018
53 September 14, 2018
54 September 15, 2018
55-56 September 16, 2018

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