In the Name of People (2017)

55m
Running Time

1
Seasons

55
Episodes

March 28, 2017
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
7.5
In the Name of People

In the Name of People (2017)

55m
Running Time

1
Seasons

55
Episodes

March 28, 2017
Release Date

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Plot.

"In the Name of People" is a Chinese television drama adapted from Zhou Meisen's novel.Set in the fictional city of Jingzhou, the series revolves around the intense anti-corruption efforts led by prosecutor Tian Guofu and anti-corruption officer Sha Rui Jin. As they investigate a series of high-level corruption cases, the drama unfolds a complex web of political intrigue and power struggles. Widely acclaimed for its compelling characters and tightly-woven plot, the show sparked significant social discussion and reflection on corruption issues in China. Starring actors like Lu Yi, Zhang Fengyi, Wu Gang, and Fan Ming, "In the Name of People" became a cultural phenomenon, resonating with audiences and contributing to a heightened awareness of anti-corruption efforts in Chinese society.

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Details.

Release Date
March 28, 2017

Original Name
人民的名义

Status
Ended

Seasons
1

Episodes
55

Running Time
55m

Filming Locations
Nanjing, China

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Wiki.

In the Name of the People (Chinese: 人民的名义; pinyin: Rénmín de míngyì) is a 2017 Chinese television drama series based on the web novel of the same name by Zhou Meisen. Its plot revolves around a prosecutor's efforts to unearth corruption in a present-day fictional Chinese city. It has drawn large audiences in China, where its release coincides with General Secretary Xi Jinping's leadership's anti-corruption campaign. It is the first broadcast political drama featuring high-level government corruption in China since 2004. The production received significant government funding from the Supreme People's Procuratorate, the highest agency responsible for both investigation and prosecution in the People's Republic of China. The intervention from censors was much lighter due to the support of the authorities. The series is considered by some western observers as the Chinese version of House of Cards.The program's stars include Lu Yi as detective Hou Liangping, Xu Yajun as his antagonist Qi Tongwei, and Zhang Fengyi as Sha Ruijin, the provincial Party Committee Secretary. The series is based on a book by author Zhou Meisen, and was adapted for television by Zhou and his wife Sun Xinyue. It was primarily filmed in Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu province.

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