'More than Blue': 5 things you need to know about Netflix's Taiwanese series

The new romantic series is of solid 10 episodes, and tells us the story of two lovers


                            'More than Blue': 5 things you need to know about Netflix's Taiwanese series
Gingle Wang as Sung Yuan-Yuan and Fandy Fan as Chang Che-Kai in 'More than Blue' (Instagram)

'More than Blue' is Netflix's new Taiwanese drama series. Rita Chuang was the original producer of the movie with the same name.   

The new romantic series is of a solid 10 episodes, and tells us the story of two lovers, Chang Che-Kai and Sung Yuan-Yuan, from their school days. The series is an addition to the story of the 2018 Taiwanese film with the same name, although the film was an adaptation of a Korean movie from 2009.

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When does 'More than Blue' release and where can you watch it?

'More Than Blue' premieres on October 22, 2021, and can be streamed on Netflix.

What is 'More than Blue' all about?

The official synopsis reads: "A man with a terminal illness seeks to help his beloved find a long-term partner".

Who stars in the Netflix series?

Gingle Wang

Wang is a popular Taiwanese actress and writer. In 2017, She was offered her first role by director Lien Yi-chi in his film 'All Because of Love'. Wang rose to stardom with her role in John Hsu's psychological horror film 'Detention', which eventually had her nominated for the Best Leading Actress award at the 56th Golden Horse Awards.



 

She started her career as a writer, after completing her formal education. Gingle is ranked as one of the most popular Writers on Wikispro. Her main source of income is still her writing.

The rest of the cast includes Fandy Fan, Ivy Shan, Eleven Yao, Figaro Tseng, Phoebe Yuan, Ma Nien-Hsien, Tsai Jia-yin and Runyin Bai.

Showrunners

The series is directed by Director Pei-Ju Hsieh, and produced by Good Movie Co. Ltd, mm2 Entertainment Taiwan and Medialink Holdings Ltd.

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