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iQiyi’s first prison-themed Chinese language original series ‘Danger Zone’ to premiere on September 3

iQiyi announces its first prison-themed Chinese language series “Danger Zone” that will premiere on September 3 across 191 countries and regions worldwide

iQiyi announces its first prison-themed Chinese language series “Danger Zone” that will premiere on September 3 across 191 countries and regions worldwide.

Building on the success of The Bad Kids last year that has attracted attention from The Guardian, The Economist, and South China Morning Post, with 91% of positive reviews on Douban website in China, this quality mystery short series has proven to be appealing to viewers globally.

The highly anticipated series features a starry and award-winning cast including Vic Chou who will play three characters as attorney, prisoner, and psychological profiling expert. “Danger Zone” also stars Christopher Lee who plays a committed police office and Berant Zhu, who was nominated as Best New Talent at 2020 Taipei Film Awards, will play a rookie criminal investigator.

The character posters and teaser trailer revealed a mysterious and dark vibe ahead. Prisoner Liang Yandong (played by Vic Chou) is a crisis-surrounded attorney under custody for his potential involvement in unconventional cases. He is not only suspected to be a serial disembodiment killer, but also physically abused in a prison cell under death threats. The heightened tension leaves viewers with more questions and curiosity. For authenticity in action scenes, Vic Chou participated in every scene without doubles. Everyone in the cast admires his devotion to the role.

More cast members include Sandrine Pinna (Taipei Film Awards Best Leading Actress for Touch of the Light), Wu Hsing-kuo (nominated for Golden Horse Awards and Hong Kong Film Award), and Tseng Jing-Hua (Your Name Engraved Herein). Directed by David Chuang and Chen Kuan-chung (The Tag-Along film franchise and The Victims’ Game TV series).



“Danger Zone” will premiere on September 3rd exclusively on iQiyi across 191 countries and regions worldwide. New episodes will be updated every Friday at the iQiyi international app and iQ.com.

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