Healing Master - Netflix

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Can love overcome hate? Li Duan (Jia Nai Liang) is known as the Healing Master. His goal in life is to help couples who have broken up to recover their love for each other and get back together. But at every turn, he must compete against the work of Mei Yuan Gui (Deng Chao), the Breakup Master. He Zhou Mo (Wang Xiao Chen) becomes smitten with Li Duan and goes to work for him in his Healing Office. But when Zhou Mo's stepsister, Zhou Yi (Dai Le Le), inherits the Breakup Office from Yuan Gui, Zhou Mo finds herself going against her own family to help Li Duan in his work. Will love or hate prevail? Healing Master is a 2017 Chinese drama series directed by Yu Zhong Zhong. It is a sequel to the hit 2014 film The Breakup Guru.

Healing Master - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Chinese

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-07-01

Healing Master - QI - Netflix

QI (Quite Interesting) is a British comedy panel game television quiz show created and co-produced by John Lloyd, and features permanent panelist Alan Davies. Stephen Fry was host of the show from its initial pilot, before departing after the final episode of the M series in 2016, with frequent QI panelist Sandi Toksvig replacing him prior to the beginning of the N series in 2016. The format of the show focuses on Davies and three other guest panelists answering questions that are extremely obscure, making it unlikely that the correct answer will be given. To compensate, the panelists are awarded points not only for the right answer, but also for interesting ones, regardless of whether they are right or even relate to the original question, while points are deducted for “answers which are not only wrong, but pathetically obvious” – typically answers that are generally believed to be true but in fact are misconceptions. These answers, referred to as “forfeits”, are usually indicated by a loud klaxon and alarm bell, flashing lights, and the incorrect answer being flashed on the video screens behind the panelists. Bonus points are sometimes awarded or deducted for challenges or incorrect references, varying from show to show. QI has a philosophy that “everything is interesting if looked at in the right way”; many factual errors in the show have been corrected in later episodes or on the show's blog. For its first five series shown between 2003 and 2007, which corresponded to the first five letters of the alphabet, episodes premiered on BBC Four before receiving their first analogue airing on BBC Two a week later. From 2008 and 2011, the show was moved to BBC One, with an extended-length edition of each episode often broadcast on BBC Two a day or two after the regular show's broadcast under the title of QI XL. Series G and H saw the regular show broadcast in a pre-watershed slot with the extended edition remaining within a post-watershed slot. Beginning with the I series, the regular show returned to a post-watershed slot on BBC Two. Syndicated episodes of previous series are regularly shown on UKTV G2/Dave. The show has received very positive ratings from critics and has been nominated for multiple awards; QI itself has the highest viewing figures for any show broadcast on BBC Four and Dave. Several books, DVDs and other tie-ins to the show have been released, and international versions of QI have been made in other countries.

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In QI, every series takes its theme from a different letter of the alphabet, starting with the letter “A”. Series are referred to by letter rather than number. The first series started on 11 September 2003, and consisted of topics beginning with A. The second series consisted of topics beginning with “B” and also saw the first attempts to pay attention to a particular theme throughout one episode, e.g. “Birds” (the overriding theme did not necessarily begin with “B”, although the questions always contained an element that did). The only exceptions to the alphabet system have been the Christmas specials, where the topics are often Christmas-based and do not necessarily correspond to that series' letter (although greater attempts have been made to do so since Series D.) Series D was the first to see all the episodes focus upon a single topic or theme, beginning with the series letter (i.e., Danger), and for each to be given an official title connected to the topic/theme; it also saw Fry modify his introduction of the panelists, by incorporating the theme/topic of the episode, with Davies often getting the “demeaning” introduction. This trend has continued with each subsequent series; episodes from previous series were retroactively given titles. A video podcast (featuring the best moments with some out-takes) was planned to accompany Series E, but this was instead turned into a set of “Quickies” featured on the QI homepage of the BBC's website. As this decision was not reached until after recording though, they are still referred to as “vodcasts” by whoever is introducing them (usually Fry but occasionally a panelist or even the audience). Points may be given to (or taken from) the audience, and five episodes have the distinction of being won by the audience: “Death”, the 5th episode in Series D; “England”, the 10th episode in Series E; “Flora & Fauna”, the 10th episode in Series F; “Greeks”, the 14th episode in Series G; and “Next”, the 15th episode in Series N. The audience's win in “Greeks” was only announced during the XL broadcast as their contribution was cut out of the main broadcast. In contrast, the audience lost the 5th episode of Series E, “Europe”, receiving a forfeit of -100 when they incorrectly sang the first stanza of the German national anthem. A special stand-alone episode was filmed between 1:00 and 2:00 am (GMT) on 6 March 2011 as part of Comic Relief's special 24 Hour Panel People featuring David Walliams, who appeared in various old and new panel game shows throughout a 24-hour period. The shows were streamed live on the Red Nose Day website, and parts of each show were shown during five half-hour specials on Comic Relief. The QI episode featured panellists Sue Perkins, Jo Brand, Russell Tovey and David Walliams. Davies admitted through Twitter that he was asked to host the episode when it was not certain if Fry would be available, but Davies declined. Once Fry confirmed his participation, Davies did not hear back from the production team. Unlike the classic format of the show where most questions follow a subject, this episode was instead an hour-long (including breaks) General Ignorance round.

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