Sinopsis Nonton Beauty’s Rival in Palace 2010
SINOPSIS: Beauty's Rival in Palace (美人心計, pinyin: Měirén Xīnjì, literally Schemes of a Beauty) is a 2010 Chinese television series adapted from Xiao Qiying's short story Turbulence in the Empress' Chamber (未央沉浮). Produced by Lin Guohua and directed by Wu Jinyuan, Liang Xinquan, and Chan Kwok-wah, the series is a joint production between Heyday Television Culture Company, Zijun Brilliance, and Yu Zheng Workshop, also funded by Lafeng Entertainment. Set in Chang'an, China during the beginnings of the Han Dynasty, Beauty's Rival in Palace tells a dramatised account of Empress Dou (Ruby Lin) and how her efforts and achievements in the imperial court positively influenced the reign of her husband Emperor Wen (Sammul Chan), which paved the way for the creation of the Rule of Wen and Jing. Due to its large and diverse cast as well as expensive set and costume production, the series attracted international attention during its production stages. The series were primary filmed in Wuxi, Wuhan, and Hengdian World Studios, Beauty's Rival in Palace was produced with a budget of ¥50 million (US$7.3 million). It was first broadcast on Shanghai TV Drama on March 15, 2010. It was one of the highest-rated Chinese TV series in 2010.