Rewatch Value 10
A once in a blue moon treasure that is enchanting, magical and extremely addictiveAfter being sorely disappointed by the infamous 'Descendants of the Sun', I've learnt that the 'hype' surrounding a drama does not always translate to an enjoyable watch for everyone. So when this massively popular show popped up under my radar, I wasn't sold yet. At the time, I didn't get why 'The Untamed' was so popular and well-received. The synopsis seemed messy, the cast did not consist of any veteran actors, and the production value was not very high. But after digging a little deeper and reading reviews and recommendations, it seemed as if everyone was loving this show. So I decided to give the show a chance to live up to its expectations. It only took a few episodes before I was completely hooked and now, 50 episodes later, I can confidently say that 'The Untamed' is one of the best Asian dramas I've seen to date. This show has cemented a place in my heart and I feel torn having to part ways with Wei Wu Xian and Lan Wang Ji and the cultivation world.
Not trying to take anything away from the acting, execution or production of the show, but the story is what elevates this drama into the tier of the elites. The plot is complex and the synopsis does not do the story justice. The show is based on the BL(boy's love) novel 'modaozushi' (魔道祖师), with the only major change being the lack of on-screen BL scenes. (mainly because of Chinese censorship. For me personally, this wasn't a particular drawback, because even without the direct display of affection, I interpreted the relationship between our male leads as something much more than just friends. Moreover, there is so much more to the story than just the relationship between the two male leads.) The generous 50 episodes means that the show can set the background and flesh out all of the characters thoroughly. The show may seem a bit slow-paced at first, especially in the few episodes of introduction, but then it rapidly picks up momentum and stays that way for the rest of its run. The show will take you on an epic adventure filled with action and battle, but also goes far beyond just that. There is an emphasis on relationships, whether it'd be friendship, sisterly/brotherly love or romantic love. Although the major focus of the story is the 'bromance/love' between the two main male characters Wei Wu Xian and Lang Wang Ji, the rest of the characters are interesting and layered as well. The storyline is well-paced, exciting and balanced, setting a solid foundation for the show to build upon.
The voice actors for the characters were phenomenal and bought depth and emotion that most normal voices just cannot achieve. There are many notable mentions for the cast, but let's first talk about the two male leads. Xiao Zhan who plays Wei Wu Xian brings his lively, playful and good-natured character to life. Wei Wu Xian is portrayed in a way that makes him very easy to like and to root for. Xiao Zhan conveys his emotions through his vivid facial expressions and gives a very natural performance. Wang Yibo who plays Lan Wang Ji may come across as a little stiff and emotionless at the start due to his polar-opposite personality compared to Wei Wu Xian. But he softens up throughout the drama and I found Wang Yibo's ability to convey with his eyes particularly impressive. A standout for me was Meng Ziyi (Zoey) who played the character Wen Qing, a top doctor of the Wen Clan. Her character was strong and independent, and although she has a cold, harsh exterior, she has a good heart and righteous intentions. My view on her character changed drastically throughout the drama and I went from initially disliking her, to her becoming one of my favourite characters. And to top it all off she's very pretty.
The visuals of this show are splendid. The production value may not have been very high, but the show was still very aesthetically pleasing to watch. Lotus Pier and Cloud Recesses, the home of the Jiang sect and Lan sect, were breathtakingly beautiful, especially the amazing natural landscape. The special effects were nothing exceptional but they served their purpose and did not look exaggerated or choppy. The decorated robes worn by the characters gave them a noble, majestic look. The editing and directing was done well and the show was consistent and smooth throughout. In terms of the overall viewing experience, this show is very beautiful to watch.
The soundtrack of this show is easily one of my favourites. The obvious highlight is the duet by Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo "无羁 / Unrestrained". I really liked the use of traditional instruments in this track, especially the bamboo flute. It was also a nice touch to have a solo, duet and instrumental version of this song. Even though the three versions are similar, the duet felt more powerful and emotive, whereas the instrumental was less pronounced and more of an accompaniment. I also grew to like the bamboo flute as an instrument because it can bring out so many different emotions, especially the sad and reminiscent ones. The sheer number of tracks released also prevents the soundtrack from becoming repetitive and allows different tracks to be used generously to establish the mood and enhance scenes.
Sometimes the best things in life creep up on you unexpectedly, and all it takes to discover them is a bit of patience and an open mind. Just like how one shouldn't judge a book by its cover, before you decide this show isn't for you, give it a watch. It only took a few episodes of 'untamed' magic to shatter my assumption that the show wouldn't be to my liking. 'The Untamed' is a rare gem that lives up to the hype. Definitely give this drama a shot and discover the wonderful world that awaits!
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Imagine digging your fingers on this back. Well, I don’t have to LOL
Lan Zhan, why are you so perfect?
[Image of Lan Wangji’s broad back.]
Here we go again. Can someone tell him to stop spreading lies?
Wei Wuxian honey, it was fun the first, second, and third time. But please stop this already.
Beautify Girl @makeupguru
It’s starting again, right? Bragging his nonexistent boyfriend.
It is known that the most popular actor in China, Wei Wuxian, has a boyfriend called Lan Zhan. Who wouldn’t? If you watch Wei Wuxian’s talk shows, games shows, or whatever programs he has, this name will always come up. The problem is no one knows what this Lan Zhan looks like. Therefore people assume that he is just Wei Wuxian’s imaginary boyfriend. Until, slowly but sure, this mysterious Lan Zhan makes his appearance.
The Untamed (TV series)
2019 Chinese martial arts mystery fantasy web television series
The Untamed (Chinese: 陈情令; pinyin: Chén Qíng Lìng) is a 2019 Chinese television series adapted from the xianxia novelMo Dao Zu Shi by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu, starring Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo. It follows the adventures of two soulmate cultivators who travel to solve a series of mysteries that link to a tragic event in the past.
The series aired in China on Tencent Video from June 27 to August 20, 2019 in 50 episodes. A 20-episodes special edition of the drama aired on WeTV starting December 25, 2019. It is currently available worldwide on the online streaming platform Netflix.
The Untamed was a critical and commercial success, both locally and internationally, with critics praising its strong plot, well-rounded characters, and elaborate clothing and makeup. While the original web novel depicted an explicit romance between the two main male characters, the adaptation was censored with homoerotic subtexts instead due to China's ban of LGBT portrayals in films. It became one of the highest-earning dramas of 2019. According to the "Research Report on China's Internet Audiovisual Development" for 2019 and the beginning of 2020, "The Untamed" ranked first in terms of popularity index. Due to the series' success, two spin-off movies focusing on the supporting characters have been released: Fatal Journey (2019), and The Living Dead (2020). The series passed 9.5 billion views on Tencent Video in June 2021, a few days before the second anniversary of its airing date, making it one of the highest-viewed Chinese dramas on the platform. A mobile game based on the series is also set to be released by NetEase Games.
Wei Wuxian, a loathed cultivator of dark and demonic arts, resurrects 16 years after his tragic death. His return to the world brings him to reunite with the people in his first life, including his soulmate, the honoured Lan Wangji. Wei Wuxian then begins to remember his time before his demise, from his beginnings as a young cultivator to his descent to dark magic.
The scheming behind his tragic death is slowly unraveled, along with the mysterious death of other people he knew in his past life.
16 years in the past when Wei Wuxian was a teenager and had visited the Gusu Lan Sect to receive training, he met his soulmate Lan Wangji, the righteous, quiet natured man born of a noble family. With his kind of temperament, Lan Wangji never knew how to make friends until the free spirited and lively Wei Wuxian entered into his life. Wei Wuxian returned to his home after finishing his training and a series of disastrous events made him give away his spiritual power to save the life of his brother figure, Jiang Cheng. The spiritually weak Wei Wuxian was tortured and thrown into the Burial Mounds by Wen Chao of Qishan Wen Sect, from where he returned after three months but as a man practicing demonic cultivation. Lan Wangji tried to persuade him to give up practicing such things but all in vain. Wei Wuxian lost his reputation and turned into an ostracized outcast overnight. Only Lan Wangji stood by him till the last, trying every possible measure to help him stay away from the evil but could not stop him from breaking down. During the battles in Nightless City where Wei Wuxian has killed and harmed hundreds of people, including his sister figure Jiang Yanli, he committed suicide by jumping off a cliff, unable to be saved by Lan Wangji.
Back to the present time, Wei Wuxian was resurrected by and in Mo Xuanyu’s body, with the plan of plotting a revenge. While Wei Wuxian is now being identified as Mo Xuanyu, it did not prevent Lan Wangji from recognizing his soulmate at the first glance, whose death he has been mourning over for so many years. Both of them together solved the mysteries of murders that happened recently that were revealed to be linked to tragic events from the past.
Main article: List of The Untamed episodes
The series aired every Thursday and Friday (GMT +08:00) with two episodes each, and VIP members could have early access to two more. On the first day of its release, a total of six episodes were available to VIP members. On June 30, 2019, their official Weibo released a new schedule and shifted the release from Monday to Wednesday. The series ended on August 20, 2019 with the 50th episode. On July 29, 2019 during an official fanmeeting event, they announced that VIP members would be able to watch all the episodes on August 7.
Su Yaxin (young)
|Birth name: Wei Ying (Chinese: 魏婴) |
Also known as the Yiling Patriarch (Chinese: 夷陵老祖), he is the son of Wei Changze (Jiang Fengmian’s friend and servant) and Changse Sanren (a rogue cultivator) who died in a battle when Wei Wuxian was young. He was found by Jiang Fengmian on the streets of Yiling and then was adopted by him. He then became Jiang sect head disciple who later chooses to pursue demonic cultivation. He wields the Suibian sword (Chinese: 随便) and Chenqing flute (Chinese: 陈情), and is known for his ability to invent new spiritual techniques and inventions such as the Stygian Tiger Amulet (Chinese: 阴虎符). He is kind-hearted, optimistic, mischievous, and loyal, and cares deeply for his friends and family. However, due to his nature as a demonic cultivator, his identity as the Yiling Patriarch turned him into a supposedly psychopathic murderer and a boogeyman figure to many. He regards his twin flame, Lan Wangji as his soulmate. In the original novel, he and Lan Wangji are lovers involved in a same-sex romantic relationship.
|Mo Xuanyu |
|The illegitimate son of Jin Guangshan and ex-disciple of the Jin sect. He sacrificed his body to Wei Wuxian through a ritual in order to fulfill his revenge plans, fueling the plot.|
Chen Junkai (young)
|Lan Wangji |
|Birth name: Lan Zhan (Chinese: 蓝湛). |
Also known as Hanguang Jun (Chinese: 含光君), or the Light Bearing Lord, he is the second young master of Lan sect and one of the Twin Jades of Lan. He is the younger brother of Lan Xichen and the second son of Qingheng-Jun (In the original novel, he gets heavily injured when Wen Xu of Qishan Wen Sect burns down The Cloud Recesses and then succumbs to death. However, in the drama, he is already dead) and Madam Lan (dies of an unknown illness when Lan Wangji was six years old). He wields the Bichen sword (Chinese: 避尘) and the Wangjiguqin (Chinese: 忘机). He is cold, strict, distant, and difficult to get along with, but has a good heart and a strong sense of justice. He holds a soft spot for his twin flame, Wei Wuxian, whom he regards as his soulmate. In the original novel, he and Wei Wuxian are lovers involved in a same-sex romantic relationship.
Gusu Lan Sect
Shen Yifeng (young)
|Lan Xichen |
|Birth name: Lan Huan (Chinese: 蓝涣). |
Also known as Zewu-Jun (Chinese: 泽芜君), or Brilliance Overgrowth Lord, he is the leader and first young master of Lan sect, and one of the Twin Jades of Lan. He is the elder brother of Lan Wangji and the first son of Qingheng-Jun and Madam Lan. He is known as one of the Three Zuns alongside his sworn brothers Jin Guangyao and Nie Mingjue. He wields the Shuoyue sword (Chinese: 朔月) and the Liebing flute (Chinese: 裂冰). In contrast to his younger brother, he is a kind, gentle, and trusting person.
|Huang Ziteng||Lan Qiren |
|The respected elder of Lan sect. The uncle of Lan Xichen and Lan Wangji. An extremely strict teacher who doesn't get along with Wei Wuxian.|
Jiang Yiting (young)
|Lan Sizhui |
|Birth name: Previously Wen Yuan (Chinese: 温苑), now Lan Yuan (Chinese: 蓝愿). |
A disciple of Lan sect. He was found by Wei Wuxian among the remains of the Wen sect and was raised by him, and later brought back to the Lan sect by Lan Wangji, who raised him after Wei Wuxian’s death. He is a calm and elegant individual who carries himself intelligently and sensibly, and is very mature for his age. As a child, he was more of a troublemaker. He is close friends with Lan Jingyi, Jin Ling and Ouyang Zizhen.
|Guo Cheng||Lan Jingyi |
|A disciple of Lan sect. Compared to the tranquil personalities of most of his fellow Lan sect members, he is short-tempered and impatient, but kind at heart, and known in the fanbase as the "most un-Lan Lan to ever Lan in the history of Lan". He is close friends with Lan Sizhui, Jin Ling and Ouyang Zizhen.|
|Carman Lee||Lan Yi |
|The only female head in the history of Lan sect. She invented the infamous Chord Assassination technique, and was responsible for guarding a piece of the Stygian Iron (Chinese: 阴铁). She was also a best friend of Baoshan Sanren.|
Lanling Jin Sect
|Shen Xiaohai||Jin Guangshan |
|The leader of Jin sect. The father of Jin Guangyao, Jin Zixuan and Mo Xuanyu. He is known as a womanizer and has many illegitimate children.|
|Hu Xiaoting||Madame Jin |
|The wife of Jin Guangshan and mother of Jin Zixuan.|
|Zhu Zanjin||Jin Guangyao |
|Birth name: Meng Yao (Chinese: 孟瑶). |
Also known as Lianfang-Zun (Chinese: 敛芳尊), or Hidden Fragrance Master, he is the illegitimate son of Jin Guangshan and became the leader of Jin sect after the latter's death. He is known as one of the Three Zuns alongside his sworn brothers Lan Xichen and Nie Mingjue. He wields the Hensheng (Chinese: 恨生 pinyin: Hènshēng) sword. He worked as a servant of the Nie sect and as a spy in the Wen sect before winning his father's approval to join the Jin sect after the Sunshot Campaign. Due to his identity as a prostitute's son, he feels inferior and is determined to prove himself. He is known for wearing a mask of pleasantry and his smooth demeanor. He greatly admires Lan Xichen, who is the only person who does not look down on him because of his low birth.
|Cao Yuchen||Jin Zixuan |
|The son of Jin Guangshan, Jin Ling's father and Jiang Yanli’s husband. He is proud and vain, but also upright and just. He scorns Jiang Yanli at first but grows to care for her and eventually falls in love with her. Wei Wuxian loses control over Wen Ning and then Wen Ning murders him.|
|Yao Shuhao||Jin Zixun |
|The cousin of Jin Zixuan. He is arrogant and conceited and holds immense dislike for Wei Wuxian. Wei Wuxian loses control over Wen Ning and then Wen Ning murders him.|
|Jin Luying||Qin Su |
|The wife of Jin Guangyao, who she happens to be related to; the daughter of Qin Cangye, leader of the Laoling Qin sect, a subsidiary of Jin sect. Later, Qin Su kills herself after knowing some secrets.|
|Qi Peixin||Jin Ling |
|Courtesy name: Jin Rulan (Chinese: 金如兰). |
The sole heir of Jin sect, Jiang Cheng and Wei Wuxian’s nephew, and the orphaned son of Jin Zixuan and Jiang Yanli. He wields the Suihua (Chinese: 岁华尊) sword and is also an excellent archer. He has a dog named Fairy who often torments Wei Wuxian as comic relief. He is prideful, somewhat immature, and short-tempered, but can also be kind and loyal if necessary. He is close friends with Lan Sizhui, Lan Jingyi and Ouyang Zizhen.
|Wang Yifei||Luo Qingyang |
|Also known as Mian Mian (Chinese: 绵绵). A disciple of Jin sect. She is unafraid to speak up for what's right and later left Jin sect due to differing beliefs on Wei Wuxian, being one of the only characters aside from Lan Wangji who is willing to speak up for him.|
Qinghe Nie Sect
Xuan Yuewen (young)
|Nie Mingjue |
|Also known as Chifeng-Zun or Red Blade Master(Chinese: 赤锋尊), or the Scarlet Peak Master, he is the leader of Nie sect. He is known as one of the Three Zuns alongside his sworn brothers Lan Xichen and Jin Guangyao. He wields the Baxia (Chinese: 霸下) saber. He is strict, just, and known for his intolerance toward evil. However, he has a terrible temper and holds extreme grudges towards Jin Guangyao. Later he was turned into a manipulated puppet by |
Jin Guangyao and beheaded by Xue Yang
|Nie Huaisang |
|The leader of Nie sect after Nie Mingjue’s death and younger half-brother of Nie Mingjue. He is well known for his incompetence and is nicknamed the Head-Shaker. Often, he is seen carrying around a fan. However, there is more to him than most think.|
Qishan Wen Sect
|Xiu Qing||Wen Ruohan |
|The leader of Wen sect, Chief Cultivator, and father of Wen Chao and Wen Xu. He is an ambitious man who wants to rule over the five sects by restoring the Stygian Iron (Chinese: 阴铁).|
|Wang Rong||Wen Xu |
|The eldest son of Wen RuoHan, a cruel and violent man. He is less intelligent, but also less cowardly, than his brother.|
|He Peng||Wen Chao |
|The second son of Wen Ruohan. He is one of the main antagonists in the first half of the show and is cruel, arrogant, and rude. However, in the face of danger, he immediately adopts a pathetic, cowardly nature due to his fright. He enjoys punishing and hurting others, furthering his sadistic nature. In the middle of the show, Wen Chao was brutally mutiliated and eventually murdered by Wei Wuxian out of revenge.|
Lin Chenxi (young)
|Wen Qing |
|A renowned physician of the Wen sect and Wen Ning's older sister. She is aloof, cold, and extremely intelligent. She is protective toward her brother and initially dislikes Wei Wuxian, but eventually warms up to him as he becomes one of the only people to treat her kindly after the Wen sect is overthrown.|
Su Qiuyi (young)
|Wen Ning |
|Courtesy name: Qionglin (Chinese: 琼林). |
Also known as The Ghost General (Chinese: 鬼将军), he is the right-hand man of Wei Wuxian during his time as the Yiling Patriarch. He was a shy person and a stutterer when he was alive due to his strange illness and grew to trust Wei Wuxian after being showered with kindness by him. As a fierce corpse, he is prone to outbursts of anger, but otherwise remains innocent, gentle, and shy.
|Feng Mingjing||Wen Zhuliu |
|Also known as the Core-Melting Hand (Chinese: 化丹手) due to his ability to melt a Golden Core and is Wen Chao's protector. The Wen Sect's most powerful warrior, he holds to a strict and inscrutable code which included undying loyalty to his cruel masters. He was eventually murdered by Wei Wuxian.|
|Lu Enjie||Wang Lingjiao |
|The former maid of Wen Chao's wife and Wen Chao's lover. She is an arrogant and pompous woman; however, upon facing any real threat, she immediately cowers, for unlike Wen Chao she is not only cowardly but also inept.|
|Zhang Bin||Wen Mao |
|An ancestor of the Wen sect. He was the first to focus on expanding the clan instead of the sect.|
Yunmeng Jiang Sect
|Lu Jianmin||Jiang Fengmian |
|The leader of Jiang sect, father of Jiang Yanli and Jiang Cheng. He is a kind and gentle man but holds favoritism towards Wei Wuxian.|
|Zhang Jingtong||Yu Ziyuan |
|Also known as Madame Yu or San Niang. Jiang Fengmian’s wife, mother of Jiang Yanli and Jiang Cheng, and original owner of the Zidian (Chinese: 紫电) bracelet. She appears tough and strict but cares for her children and husband deep down, though she dislikes Wei Wuxian.|
Huang Zhenchen (young)
|Jiang Cheng |
|Courtesy name: Wanyin (Chinese: 晚吟). |
Also known as Sandu Shengshou (Chinese: 三毒圣手), or Three Poisons Sage, he is the leader of Jiang sect following Jiang Fengmian’s death. He wields the Sandu (Chinese: 三毒) sword and the Zidian (Chinese: 紫电) ring. He is a straight-laced and strict man who abides by the rules. He has a bad temper but deeply cares for his loved ones, especially his sister. He had a great relationship with Wei Wuxian, but their relationship deteriorated due to differing beliefs; however, they later made up at the end of the show. For some time, he had a crush on Wen Qing, until Wen Chao ordered the death of his parents, causing him to harbor hate for the Wen sect; however, he could not bring himself to hate her completely. He dotes on his nephew Jin Ling, though he is also strict and sharp-tongued toward him.
Ye Xuantong (young)
|Jiang Yanli |
|Jiang Cheng's older sister, Wei Wuxian’s disciple elder sister, Jin Zixuan’s wife and Jin Ling's mother. She is a kind, understanding, and caring person who protects her brothers and provides emotional support. She also appears to be a very good cook, with her best dish being a lotus root and pork rib soup that she often makes for her brothers. Though she is very kind, she appears to have somewhat delicate feelings, as shown when she is snubbed multiple times by Jin Zixuan.|
Yi City Arc
|Song Jiyang||Xiao Xingchen |
|Also known as Daozhang (Chinese: 道长), he is one of Baoshan Sanren’s students who left the mountain for the mortal world. He wields the Shuanghua (Chinese: 霜华) sword and was best friends with Song Lan. He is gentle on the outside but determined on the inside.|
|Li Bowen||Song Lan |
|Courtesy name: Song Zichen (Chinese: 宋子琛). |
A cultivator from Baixue Temple, and best friend of Xiao Xingchen. He wields the Fuxue (Chinese: 拂雪) sword.
|Wang Haoxuan||Xue Yang |
|Courtesy name: Chengmei (Chinese: 成美). |
A guest disciple of the Qishan Wen sect who has an affiliation with the Stygian Iron (Chinese: 阴铁). He wields the Jiangzai (Chinese: 降灾) sword. He is known for his evil and twisted ways.
|Chen Zhuoxuan||Ah Qing |
|A young maiden who lived on the streets and an expert at pretending to be blind. She followed Xiao Xingchen after meeting him.|
|Feng Cong||Su She |
|Courtesy name: Minshan (Chinese: 悯善). |
The wimp leader of the Moling Su sect. A former outer disciple of the Gusu Lan Sect, whom he betrayed and left to establish his own with the support of Jin Guangyao, whom he holds great respect for. He is jealous of Lan Wangji’s talents and has always imitated his actions.
|Liu Tingyu||Baoshan Sanren |
|The teacher of Xiao Xingchen and Cangse Sanren (Wei Wuxian’s mother). She is Wei Wuxian’s grandmaster. She was also Lan Yi's best friend.|
|Cao Junxiang||Ouyang Zizhen |
|The single child of the Baling Ouyang sect's leader. He is close friends with Lan Sizhui, Lan Jingyi and Jin Ling|
|Yu Zikuang||Xue Chonghai |
|The ancient owner of the Stygian Iron (Chinese: 阴铁). He is Xue Yang's ancestor.|
|Liu Yinjun||Jin Chan |
|A disciple of Lanling Jin sect. He bullied Jin Ling, but is stopped by Wei Wuxian.|
|Lin Chenyue||Sixth disciple |
|A disciple of Yunmeng Jiang sect.|
|Jiang Weijia||Chief General of Qinghe Nie Sect |
|He always bullies Jin Guangyao and is later killed by him.|
|Niu Zhiqiang||Sect Leader Yao |
|One of the gossiping elders who dislikes Wei Wuxian and spread baseless rumors about him.|
|Pu Changcheng||Sect Leader Ouyang |
|Baling Ouyang sect leader and Ouyang Zizhen’s father.|
|Zhang Ye||Yi Weichun |
|A cultivator who participates in the Second Siege of the Burial Mounds.|
|Xu Xiaowen||Fang Mengchen |
|A cultivator who participates in the Second Siege of the Burial Mounds.|
|Cai Yingchun||Granny Wen |
|Wen Qing, Wen Ning and Wen Yuan's relative.|
|Yi Jianxiang||Fourth Uncle Wen |
|Wen Qing, Wen Ning and Wen Yuan's relative.|
|Sun Shengxuan||Mo Ziyuan |
|Mo Xuanyu’s cousin who abused him.|
|Jia Shuyi||Madam Mo |
|Mo Xuanyu’s aunt who abused him.|
|Liu Damin||Mister Mo |
|Mo Xuanyu’s uncle.|
|Feng Qiruo||Ah Ding |
|A servant of Mo.|
|Feng Qiruo||Ah Tong |
|A servant of Mo.|
|Zhang Linran||Ah Yan |
|Daughter of Blacksmith Zheng who is cursed by the Heavenly Lady statue.|
|Li Lujin||Ah Yan's mother |
|Ah Yan's mother and Blacksmith Zheng's wife.|
|Fan Huawei||Bi Cao |
|A servant of Qin Su.|
|Su Yue||Si Si |
|A prostitute who had to serve Jin Guangshan before his death.|
|Zhang Jing||Jin Zhu |
|A servant of Madam Yu in Yunmeng Jiang Sect.|
|Liu Xiaobin||Yin Zhu |
|A servant of Madam Yu in Yunmeng Jiang Sect.|
|Jiao Changshun||Song Lan's teacher |
|Song Lan's teacher.|
|Shen Xin||Funeral Shopkeeper |
|Funeral shopkeeper at Yi City.|
|Huang Ying||Granny Liu |
|Liu Fengmin||Lao Zhang (Wen Chao) |
|Sun Liang||Lao Zhang (Nie Huaisang)|
Pre-production and filming
Pre-production of the drama took two and a half years; including writing and modifying of the script, establishing the world view structure and art concept, as well as building of sets. The project was first announced in March 2018.
The series is co-directed by Zheng Weiwen and Chen Jialin; and the script written by a team consisting of Yang Xia, Deng Yaoyu, Ma Jing and Guo Guangyun. The main producers are credited to be Fang Feng, Yang Xia, Wang Chu and Liu Mingyi; while Yang Xia and Ji Peng serve as the art directors. The drama was filmed from April 2018 to August 2018 at Hengdian World Studios and Guizhou. Two weeks before filming, the cast gathered for script reading sessions and underwent martial arts and etiquette training.
Due to the censorship in China, all BL content is removed from the drama and changes are made to the overall plot. As the original novel was written in a "flashback" style, additional scenes had to be inserted to improve the flow of the story. Two versions of the script were prepared; one is told in the chronological order of story development, and the other is a narrative trajectory that follows the original novel. Finally, on the basis of not breaking the core of the original story, and to fully develop and layer the storyline, the team decided to adopt a mixture of both styles. To better fuse the different storylines together, the team decided to forgo traditional styles of filming, and more suspense was used in the lens composition settings.
Despite being termed as "xianxia" drama, The Untamed includes many elements of traditional wuxia dramas, fused with a new style. Using traditional wuxia values such as "chivalry and courage", it allows the younger audience to better relate to the drama.
The casting director gave a special "character card" to each of the cast members; which includes detailed descriptions of the character such as the looks, height, clothing style and even specific details such as "Wei Wuxian has a natural smiling face".
Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo were announced as the lead actors in April 2018. Xiao Zhan was recommended by a friend of the producer Yang Xia, who chose him because of his "clean gaze". Wang Yibo got the role through an audition. By judging from his acting portfolio the producers had overlooked him for the role of Lan WangJi at first until they met him in the flesh. They thought that this youngster was probably immature to portray the refined and sophisticated Lan Er Gongzi, but as soon as he walked into the studio the producers knew that they've just found the most ethereal and sought-after character of the series. They said he had the cool and aloof aura of Lan Wangji since he'd just stepped his feet into the casting room.
Lu Zhixing, who dubbed Wei Wuxian in the audio drama, and Bian Jiang, who dubbed Lan Wangji in the audio drama and donghua adaptation of Mo Dao Zu Shi, were hired to voice Wei Wuxian and Lan Wangji in the series.
Design and concept
According to producer Yang Xia, while designing the sets and costumes of the different sects, the team started out by searching for a culture placement where the design could be based on. The costume designer of the drama is Chen Tongxun.
For the Gusu Lan sect, influence from the Song Dynasty were taken into consideration while designing the costumes and sets. While designing the "Jingshi", blue and green shades were used to showcase the elegance and dignified strength/character of the sect; while darker shades of wood were used to show off the magnificence. Cascading collars and sleeves were used to design the clothes, to highlight the strictness of the sect.
For the Yunmeng Jiang sect, influences from the Hubei and Jianghan district were taken. Warm and light colors were used to showcase the cheerful and free-spirited nature of the sect. The architecture and sets were designed to be widely spaced, and yarn was used to create the feeling of "transparency". Narrow sleeves and neat designs were used to highlight the "wandering pugilistic" feel of the sect. A water recycling device was used in the lotus lake of the set, allowing ripples to be seen on the lake surface. A special ceiling was built for the ancestral hall.
For the Qinghe Nie sect, the set was designed to be surrounded by high walls and the entrance isn't easily seen because it was often invaded by Qishan Wen sect. For Qishan Wen sect, designs from the Shang dynasty were used. For Lanling Jin sect, the designs were inspired by the luxurious and elegance of the Tang dynasty.
A fire broke out on July 11, 2018 while the cast and crew were filming in Nanma, Dongyang, at a facility that belongs to Hengdian World Studios. The fire reportedly spread as wide as 300 square meters, and resulted in the death of two crew members.
During filming, a rumor surfaced that the producers of the drama had replaced Lan WangJi as Wei Wuxian’s love interest with a female character, Wen Qing and also making Mianmian, who shares a fun-flirty relationship with Wei Wuxian and a respect-protective relationship with Lan Wangji, as a member of Jin clan. This rumor caused significant backlash amongst fans of the original novel. The production team strongly denied such claims.
In July 2019, Tencent announced that VIP users would have the option of paying to watch episodes that had not yet aired. From August 7, the final episode would be released early for some viewers who chose to avail of the option. This caused outrage among viewers of the show, who were concerned that it would risk the ending being spoiled and also the possibility that the episodes would be pirated, which would have a negative effect on views. In response, Tencent explained that in this way they could cater to demands of certain viewers who were asking for episodes to be released faster, while others could still watch the series at their preferred pace.
The main composer of the soundtrack is Lin Hai. The theme song was titled "忘羡" (pinyin: Wàngxiàn) before being renamed from Episode 11 onwards to "无羁 (pinyin: Wú jī;)". On July 8, 2019, the digital album was released on QQ Music along with full version of the song as well as other character songs. The instrumental album was released on QQ Music on August 5, 2019.
The physical album was released on November 2, 2019.
|1.||"Unrestrained (无羁)" (Theme song – duet version)||Cheng Yi, Ming Feng||Lin Hai||Xiao Zhan & Wang Yibo||04:13|
|2.||"Unrestrained (无羁)" (Theme song – special version)||Cheng Yi, Ming Feng||Lin Hai||Bibi Zhou||04:14|
|3.||"Unrestrained (无羁)" (Theme song – solo version)||Cheng Yi, Ming Feng||Lin Hai||Xiao Zhan||04:13|
|4.||"Unrestrained (无羁)" (Theme song – solo version)||Cheng Yi, Ming Feng||Lin Hai||Wang Yibo||04:13|
|5.||"Song Ends with Chen Qing (曲尽陈情)" (Wei Wuxian’s theme song)||Yi Zhe Lian Xiao Zui Qing He||Within_Yi Ming||Xiao Zhan||03:53|
|6.||"Won't Forget (不忘)" (Lan Wangji’s theme song)||Song Bingyang, Yang Xia||Song Bingyang||Wang Yibo||05:16|
|7.||"Newborn (赤子)" (Wen Ning's theme song)||Zhang Pengpeng||Zheng Guofeng||Yu Bin||04:18|
|8.||"Goodbye Filled With Hatred (恨别)" (Jiang Cheng's theme song)||Yi Zhe Lian Xiao Zui Qing He||Chao Xi_Tide||Wang Zhuocheng||03:43|
|9.||"Involuntary (不由)" (Lan Xichen’s theme song)||Ming Feng||Windbell Project||Liu Haikuan||04:44|
|10.||"Separation at Qinghe (清河诀)" (Nie Mingjue & Nie Huaisang’s theme song)||Lin Qiao, Liu Enxun||Chen Xueran||Ayanga||03:44|
|11.||"If The Woodlands Has Something To Say (疏林如有诉)" (Wen Qing's theme song)||Zhong Wuyi||Chen Yiming||Gao Qiuzi||03:53|
|12.||"Passing by the Deserted City (荒城渡)" (Xue Yang's theme song)||Zhang Ying||Xia Heng, Deng Qiangzhong||Charlie Zhou||04:19|
|13.||"Lone City (孤城)" (Yi City group's theme song)||Lin Qiao||Yu Honglong||Sun Bolun & Chen Zhuoxuan||03:52|
|14.||"Youth Especially Cannot Be Bullied (最是少年不可欺)" (Youth group's theme song)||Yu Ci||Chen Yiming||Zui Xue, Zheng Fanxing, Qi Peixin & Guo Cheng||03:59|
|15.||"Inappeasable (意难平)" (Jiang Yanli’s theme song)||Cheng Yi, He Siwei||Lin Hai||Yin Lin||04:14|
|16.||"Not In Vain (不枉)" (Group song)||Yi Zhe Lian Xiao Zui Qing He||Yin Lin||Naomi Wang||03:55|
|17.||"Eternal Separation (永隔)" (Jiang Yanli & Jin Zixuan’s theme song)||Lin Qiao||Yu Honglong||Lara Veronin & Fabien Yang||03:37|
|18.||"Hatred in Life (多恨生)" (Jin Guangyao’s theme song)||Within_Yi Ming||Luo Xizhun||Zhu Xingjie||04:25|
|1.||"The Untamed (陈情令)"||02:01|
|2.||"Unrestrained (无羁)" (Instrumental version)||02:33|
|4.||"Love Entanglement (情牵)"||01:59|
|5.||"Lotus Pier (莲花坞)"||02:08|
|6.||"Maneuvering Dizi (御笛)"||02:15|
|8.||"Drunken Dream (醉梦)"||03:27|
|9.||"Burial Mound (乱葬岗)"||02:24|
|11.||"If Life Was Just Like When We First Met (人生若只如初见)"||02:36|
|12.||"Won't Regret (不悔)"||02:47|
|13.||"Night Scamper (夜奔)"||03:51|
|14.||"Day and Night (寤寐)"||01:26|
|15.||"Song of Lucidity (清心音·乱魄抄)"||05:10|
|18.||"Yi City (义城)"||01:03|
|19.||"Artful Child (狡童)"||01:44|
|21.||"Unrestrained (无羁)" (Piano version)||01:23|
On August 19, QQ Music announced that the sales for the soundtrack album had broke fifteen million copies, officially attaining the platinum certification. As of September 2019, the album was the highest-selling soundtrack album on the platform, and ranked #15 on the list of highest-selling digital album.
The series has accumulated a total of 9.5 billion views on Tencent Video, as of June 2021. One of the major reasons for the series' popularity is its faithfulness to the original novel. It was praised by People's Daily for its "wonderful presentation of Chinese characteristics"; showcasing traditional cultural elements through exquisite costumes, traditional Chinese music instruments; as well as transmitting positive values such as courage, chivalry and love for one's country.China News Service similarly highlighted the exquisite costumes and showcase of traditional etiquette, while also praising the suspenseful plot and well-connected storyline. Wang Yibo was initially criticized by viewers for his blank acting style in the first few episodes, which he later improved upon with the help of director's instructions.
The show has also garnered significant exposure and popularity globally for its strong plot, well-rounded characters, and elaborate clothing, makeup and stage production.Film Daily described the drama as a "Global Phenomenon," and credited it for contributing to the increased presence and popularity of Asian content on popular streaming sites such as Netflix. The heroic story with modern values was said to have struck a chord globally, and helps promotes Chinese style and traditional culture to the world, leading to a wave of interest in Chinese dramas.
The Untamed was one of the highest-earning dramas of 2019, bringing in earnings from fan meetings, concerts, album sales and merchandises.
As Tencent VIP members are allowed watch the final episodes of the show in advance, more than 2.6 million new subscribers paid to unlock the function, generating more than 78 million yuan in profit. More than 1.6 million copies of the soundtrack album were sold on Tencent Music. In addition, a merchandise store was opened in Taobao and official merchandise was sold, with earnings amounting to 1.17 million yuan. Other source of earnings include paying to unlock the full music video of "Unrestrained" in advance, as well as the Bazaar Magazine featuring both lead actors Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo which sold more than 330,000 copies within three days, before exceeding 1.1 million copies.
For the fan meetings, a special system was introduced by Tencent, where VIP members have to accumulate "star points" to get a better chance to get tickets to the fan meetings and concerts. More than 3.27 million viewers paid between 30 to 50 yuan to view the live broadcast of The Untamed National Style Concert on Tencent Video. It is estimated that the platform has earned more than 100 million yuan in revenue from that concert alone. Tickets of the concert were sold-out in less than 5 seconds, and leftover tickets were also marked up to 150,000 yuan by ticket scalpers from the original price of 627 yuan.
In overseas markets, Tencent announced in October 2019 that The Untamed had boosted WeTV's growth by 250 percent with an average of 1 million application downloads per month since the drama was first launched in June.
Responding to the demand of sold-out fan meetings in Thailand and China, in January 2020, the cast members planned to embark on a multi-city worldwide fan meetings tour. Cities included Bangkok, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, Tokyo, Seoul, Macau, Kuala Lumpur, Toronto, Los Angeles, New York, but was cancelled after the Bangkok concert due to the recent pandemic.
Awards and nominations
|The Third Internet Film Festival||Best Director||Chen Jialin||Won|||
|Best New Actor||Zhu Zanjin|
|GQ 2019 Men of the Year||Breakthrough Actor of the Year||Wang Yibo||Won|||
|6th The Actors of China Award Ceremony||Best Actor (Web series)||Xiao Zhan||Nominated|||
|Golden Tower Award||Most Popular Drama||The Untamed||Won|||
|Most Popular Actor||Xiao Zhan||Won|
|Sofa Film Festival||Most Popular Actor of the Autumn||Xiao Zhan||Won|||
|6th Hengdian Film and TV Festival of China (Wenrong Awards)||Best Web Drama||The Untamed||Nominated|||
|Best Director||Chen Jialin||Won|
|Best Producer||Fang Fang||Won|
|3rd Yinchuan Internet Film Festival||Best Web Series||The Untamed||Nominated|||
|Best Actor (Web series)||Xiao Zhan||Won|||
|26th Huading Awards||Best Television Series||The Untamed||10th|||
|Best Director||Chen Jialin, Zheng Weiwen||Nominated|||
|Best Producer||Yang Xia, Fang Fang, Wang Chu, Liu Mingtie||Nominated|
|Best Newcomer||Xiao Zhan||Won|
|Top Ten Favorite Actors||Won|
|2nd Cultural and Entertainment Industry Congress||Best Actor (Drama)||Xiao Zhan||Nominated|||
|Breakthrough Actor (Drama)||Nominated|
|Best Couple||Wei Wuxian and Lan Wangji (Xiao Zhan and Wang Yibo)||Nominated|
|China Entertainment Industry Summit |
(Golden Pufferfish Awards)
|Best Drama||The Untamed||Won|||
|Producer of the Year||Yang Xia||Won|
|7th Thailand Headlines Person of The Year Awards||Most Influential Award||The Untamed Cast||Won|||
|Tencent Music Entertainment Awards||Song of the Year||"Unrestrained" (by Xiao Zhan & Wang Yibo)||Won|||
|China Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival |
(1st Network Drama Awards)
|Most Popular Actor||Wang Yibo||Won|||
|Most Anticipated Actor||He Peng||Won|
|20th China Video Awards||IP of the Year||The Untamed||Won|||
|China Radio Film & TV Media Survey||Outstanding Overseas Promotion Television Series||Won|||
|Weibo TV Series Awards||Most Popular Television Series||Won|||
|Most Popular Actor||Xiao Zhan||7th|||
|Most Popular Character||Wei Wuxian (Xiao Zhan)||Won|||
|Lan Wangji (Wang Yibo)||2nd|||
|Golden Bud - The Fourth Network Film And Television Festival||Best Web Series||The Untamed||Nominated|||
|Most Influential Web Series||Won|
|Best Web Film||The Living Dead||Nominated|
|Most Popular Director||Chen Jialin||Won|
|Best Actor||Xiao Zhan||Nominated|
|Best Newcomer||Guo Cheng||Nominated|
|New Force Energy||Won|
|Sogou In Award||Drama of the Year||The Untamed||Won|||
|Kugou Music Awards||Song of the Year||"Unrestrained" (by Xiao Zhan & Wang Yibo)||Won|||
|Film and TV Role Model 2019 Ranking||Drama of the Year||The Untamed||Nominated|||
|Actor of the Year||Xiao Zhan||Nominated|
|Baidu Fudian Awards||Top Ten Television Series||The Untamed||Won|||
|Sina Film & TV Awards||Won|||
|8th China Student Television Festival||Most Watched Television Series||Won|||
|Tencent Video All Star Awards||Web Drama of the Year||Won|||
|Popular Actors of the Year||Xiao Zhan||Won|
|Most Promising Actor||Liu Haikuan||Won|
|Doki New Force||Wang Zhuocheng||Won|
|Tencent Entertainment White Paper||Television Actor of the Year||Xiao Zhan||Won|||
|Star Celebrity Board: Television Actor of the Year||Won|||
|Weibo Awards Ceremony||Hot Drama of the Year||The Untamed||Won|||
|Media and Entertainment Industry Reporter||Innovative Marketing of the Year||Won|||
|Hengdian World Studio Classic Ranking||Most Popular Drama||Won|||
|Most Popular Character||Wei Wuxian (Xiao Zhan)||Won|||
|WETV 2020 Awards||Best Wuxia / Xianxia Drama||The Untamed||Won|
|July 12, 2019||The Untamed Fanmeeting||Xiao Zhan, Wang Yibo, Yu Bin, Liu Haikuan, Zhu Zanjin, Wang Haoxuan, Wang Yizhou, Song Jiyang, Li Bowen, Qi Peixin, Zheng Fanxing, Guo Cheng|||
|July 20, 2019||The Untamed Roadshow at Hangzhou||Yu Bin, Zheng Fanxing, Song Jiyang|
|July 26, 2019||Harper's Bazaar China||Xiao Zhan, Wang Yibo|||
|The Untamed Roadshow at Xi'an||Cao Yuchen, Qi Peixin, Zheng Fanxing|||
|July 27, 2019||The Untamed Roadshow at Wuhan||Yu Bin, Song Jiyang, Wang Haoxuan|
|July 28, 2019||Day Day Up||Xiao Zhan, Wang Yibo|||
|August 4, 2019||The Untamed Roadshow at Shanghai||Yu Bin, Wang Zhuocheng, Liu Haikuan, Zhu Zanjin, Ji Li, Chen Zhuoxuan, Song Jiyang|||
|August 10, 2019||Happy Camp||Xiao Zhan, Wang Yibo, Yu Bin, Wang Zhuocheng|||
|The Untamed Roadshow at Qingdao||Liu Haikuan, Zhu Zanjin, Wang Haoxuan, Ji Li, Wang Yizhou, Song Jiyang, Li Bowen, Cao Yuchen, Qi Peixin, Zheng Fanxing, Guo Cheng, He Peng, Chen Zhuoxuan|||
|August 26, 2019||Crazy Magic||Yu Bin, Liu Haikuan, Wang Zhuocheng, Xuan Lu, Meng Ziyi|||
|September 21, 2019||The Untamed Thailand Fanmeeting||Xiao Zhan, Wang Yibo, Yu Bin, Wang Zhuocheng, Liu Haikuan, Cao Yuchen, Song Jiyang, Chen Zhuoxuan|||
|November 1–2, 2019||The Untamed National Style Concert||Xiao Zhan, Wang Yibo, Yu Bin, Wang Zhuocheng, Liu Haikuan, Zhu Zanjin, Wang Haoxuan, Ji Li, Wang Yizhou, Song Jiyang, Li Bowen, Cao Yuchen, Qi Peixin, Zheng Fanxing, Guo Cheng, He Peng, Lu Enjie, Wang Yifei, Chen Zhuoxuan, Zhang Jingtong, Xiu Qing, Gao Qiuzi |
Lara Veronin, Naomi Wang, Fabien Yang, Yin Lin, Zhou Shen, Zhu Xingjie
The fanmeeting was held in Bangkok at Impact Arena on September 21, 2019 and was attended by 9,000 fans. The proceeds of the Thailand fanmeeting were donated to the people of Ubon Ratchathani Province, which had been hit by floods.
The Untamed National Style Concert
The concert was held from November 1 and 2, 2019 at Nanjing Qing'ao Sports Park with a capacity of 20,000 seats. Tan Yizhe served as the music executive of the concert, while Yuan Jing served as the creative director. Ticket prices were sold at 627 yuan and 1980 yuan, to commemorate the first day of broadcast and the last day of filming of The Untamed respectively. 16 songs were sung in the concert, along with a segment for interactions and games. Prior to purchasing tickets on Maoyan, fans had to answer a questionnaire based on the show. Viewers were able to live-stream the concert via Tencent Video, with a fee of 30 to 50 yuan.
A mobile gamed based on The Untamed is set to be released via NetEase.
The Untamed Boys
The six-membered group named "The Untamed Boys" (Chinese: 陈情少年), also known as T.U.B.S., which consists of Yu Bin, Ji Li, Cao Yuchen, Zheng Fanxing, Song Jiyang & Li Bowen, first made their appearance in The Untamed National Style Concert performing the song "Fearless". They subsequently appeared in T Mall 11/11 Shopping Festival, performing the song "Fairytale"; as well as featured in Elle Men's New Youth magazine. They appeared in the variety show Youths Learning In Progress (Chinese: 少年听学中), which aired on Tencent Video starting December 5, 2019. On January 7, 2021, Zheng Fanxing and Song Jiyang announced their departure from the group due to busy schedules and pursuing their solo careers in acting.
The drama is broadcast via WeTV in several countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, India and Indonesia. It is streamed internationally via platforms like Viki, ODC and YouTube.
In India, the drama is streaming on MX Player with Tamil, Telugu and Hindi dubbed versions.
The drama is broadcast in South Korea via Channel AsiaN starting from October 21, 2019. It was broadcast in Japan via Wowow, Rakuten TV, U-Next and Asia Dramatic TV.
The drama has been translated into 11 different languages and broadcast via Netflix in North and South America, Europe, Australia, Philippines and India starting October 25, 2019.
Two straight to streaming spin-off films, neither featuring the main cast members, have been released, which serve as side stories to the television series.
The Living Dead (2019)
The Living Dead (Chinese: 生魂; pinyin: Shenghun) was released on November 7, 2019. The movie focuses on the characters of Wen Ning and Lan Sizhui.
Near Qishan Mountain, there is a little town called Fu Feng, which is nicknamed the "City That Never Turns Dark". This city is home to the legend of the "Lit Lamp Murderer". Wen Ning arrives at Fu Feng and realizes the abnormality of the town. The whole town is filled with only the weak and sick; and is very run down. When the night arrives, Wen Ning lights up a lamp to attract ghost shadows. Just as he is about to capture them, a ray of blue sword light appears and the black shadow disappears. Wen Ning looks up and sees his nephew, Lan Sizhui. Wen Ning and Lan Sizhui decide to work together and solve the mystery to capture the culprit behind the mysterious incidents.
- Yu Bin as Wen Ning
- Zheng Fan Xing as Lan Sizhui
- Wang Yifei as Xiao Qing
- Gao Han as Xiao Yi
- He Longlong as Zhou Zishu
Fatal Journey (2020)
Fatal Journey (Chinese: 乱魄; pinyin: Luanpo) focuses on the story of the Qinghe Nie brothers and Jin Guangyao. It was released on March 26, 2020.
The Qinghe Nie sect finds itself dealing with problems of its ancestral tomb of swords. Nie Mingjue takes his brother, Nie Huaisang, to restore the tomb to its original state and ensure peace in the Nie sect.
Through this, Huaisang goes from being a playful disciple and after preparing, he becomes the sect leader of the next generation and Mingjue learns, understands his brother more and helps him grow.
- Ji Li as Nie Huaisang
- Wang Yizhou as Nie Mingjue
- Zhu Zanjin as Jin Guangyao
- He Xiang (何翔) as Nie Zonghui
- Rao Guo Feng (饶国锋) as Qinghe Nie Sect Disciple
- Xuan Yue Wen (宣粤文) as Nie Mingjue [Young]
- Xu Wai Luo (徐崴罗) as Nie Huaisang [Young]
- Zhou Lu (周路) as Cuo Zei
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