DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for March 16 to March 22, 2015
Last week, Dream Knight and Blood had a surprising tug of war and the GOT7 knights snatched the crown in the Top 10 Most Watched Dramas. Last week's list also contained many other surprises. Let's see if the newest Top 10 list will give us a reversal, and find out where your favorite shows are.
Third time's the charm! Blood has confirmed its popularity with international audience by reclaiming the #1 position in our coveted Top 10 Most Watched Dramas for the week. Yay! In case you didn't know, here are 5 interesting and unsual facts about Blood's leading actors.
I caught up with Someone Like You, and it's really been nice to see a drama that's heavy on the romance and gives us memorably funny moments. This drama hasn't reached the Top 10 list, and I wish it would because it is one of the best Taiwanese dramas in our portfolio. I recall that I was okay with the first two episodes, but by episode 3, I was really into the story and totally like the very funny Kirsten Ren and the handsome Kingone Wang. (I love Kingone's voice too.) Check out our great recaps HERE.
I was very pleased with Hyde, Jekyll, and I's recent development. It's a nice change once it got over the evil villain and now heads straight into a romantic ship composed of 2 lovers, with many affectionate moments between the leads as well as the cute side couple. Last week I was suggesting a dialogue of the 3 together. Guess what happened? It will conclude this week, and I predict a happy and romantic ending, but there is still that tiny tingling of fear of the unknown. Hyun Bin and Han Ji Min, fighting!
In other news:
Kill Me, Heal Me will finish this week on DramaFever. Yes, I'm well aware that some of you may be ahead of us already; therefore, I would like to ask that you don't share the "spoilers" since many viewers including myself don't know the ending yet. Enjoy news about Ji Sung HERE and HERE
New on-air Taiwanese romantic comedy drama, Murphy's Law of Love with Danson Tang and Li Ying Jia, starts Monday, March 24. Here's actually a great title even though the original Chinese title isn't the same, but it's for a good reason. The word "Murphy" has a dual meaning when it's translated from a sound-alike Chinese word 莫非 that means "How could it be?" The full Chinese title is "Could it be that this is love?" (Okay, that was my quick Chinese lesson for the day.)
Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of most popular:
1. Blood (exclusive)
2. Dream Knight
3. Running Man
5. Heirs (exclusive) - tied
5. Roommate (exclusive) - tied
6. Kill Me, Heal Me - tied
8. Fool's Love (exclusive)
9. Maids (exclusive)
Last week's Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for March 9 to March 15, 2015
Are you surprised by this week's list? Which shows are you watching?
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