A Chinese-made TV show adapted from "The Three Body Problem," a popular sci-fi novel series that won its author Liu Cixin a Hugo Award in 2015, is set to premiere on January 15 on CCTV, Tencent Video and Migu Video.
The producer of an animated series based on the science fiction hit novel series "The Three-Body Problem" officially announced on December 8 that the long-anticipated show will debut at 11:00 on December 10, and that two episodes will be broadcast on the first day.
YOOZOO Games, which won the game copyright of Chinese writer Liu Cixin's sci-fi masterpiece The Three-Body Problem in 2020, revealed on Monday that the game is expected to come out within three to five years.
Lin Qi, an executive producer for Netflix’s long-waited sci-fi adaption of “The Three-Body Problem,” was reported to be intentionally poisoned on Dec. 17 by his colleague.
China’s sci-fi industry reached 65.8 billion yuan ($9.8 billion) in revenue in 2019, up 44% year-on-year, according to a report announced on Sunday.
Netflix announced on Tuesday that it plans to adapt Chinese sci-fi trilogy The Three-Body Problem as a new English-language series.