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Three Kingdoms

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Three Kingdoms

Details[edit]

  • Title: 三国 / San Guo
  • English title: Three Kingdoms
  • Also known as: 三国演义 (San Guo Yan Yi) / Romance of the Three Kingdoms / The Story of Three Kingdoms
  • Genre: Historical drama
  • Episodes: 95
  • Broadcast network: CCTV, Jiangsu TV, Anhui TV, Chongqing TV, Tianjin TV
  • Broadcast period: 2010-May-01 to 2010-Jun-18
  • Related TV series: San Guo Yan Yi

Synopsis[edit]

Base on the of the time of the End of the Eastern Han Dynasty and the start Three Kingdoms also base on Luo Guanzhong Novel the series end with a mention of Sima Yi who pass away due illness at the age of 72 his family reign surpreme of the Cao Wei court his son Sima Zhao conqueror Shu in 263 Sima Zhao died of illness two year later and his son Sima Yan usurp the Throne ended the Cao Wei regime and Establish the Jin Dynasty and Conqueror Eastern Wu and China is now under the Sima Clan Rule

User/Viewer Ratings[edit]

5.00
(one vote)

Cast[edit]

Main Cast
Eastern Han
Cao Wei
Shu Han
Eastern Wu
Other Figure

Production Credits[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • Preparation for the making of this series took 5 years. Filming started on 2008-Sep-29 and it is scheduled to air in early 2010.
  • The estimated budget of ~100 million yuan is the highest of any TV series in Chinese history.

Viewership Ratings[edit]

Week Episodes Date Beijing Tianjin Nanjing Chongqing Wuhan Shenyang Shanghai
1 01—02 2010-May-01 - 2010-May-02 1.60 (10th) 4.44 (3rd) 7.30 (2nd)
2 03—16 2010-May-03 - 2010-May-09 1.12 (10th) 4.74 (3rd) 6.96 (1st) 2.06 (6th) 1.62 (10th)
3 17—30 2010-May-10 - 2010-May-16 1.16 (7th) 4.74 (3rd) 7.28 (2nd) 2.46 (5th)
4 31—44 2010-May-17 - 2010-May-23 1.39 (10th) 7.11 (2nd) 7.57 (1st) 2.59 (6th)
5 45—58 2010-May-24 - 2010-May-30 1.02 (10th) 6.05 (1st) 7.26 (1st) 2.55 (6th) 1.12 (9th)
6 59—72 2010-May-31 - 2010-Jun-06 HOLIDAYS NO RATING
7 73—86 2010-Jun-07 - 2010-Jun-13 1.33 (9th) 5.66 (1st) 7.42 (1st) 2.32 (3rd) 1.56 (9th)
8 87—95 2010-Jun-14 - 2010-Jun-20 1.07 (10th) 4.99 (2nd) 7.20 (1st)

Source: CSM Media Research

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