Cao Cao (2015)Anhui TV, LeTV
Series aimed to portray a more historically accurate image of Cao Cao and covers his life from adolescent years and early career to the period just before the Battle of Red Cliffs.
Cao Cao is a Chinese television series based on the life of Cao Cao, a warlord who rose to power towards the end of the Eastern Han dynasty and laid the foundation for the state of Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period.
Directed by Hu Mei, the series aimed to portray a more historically accurate image of Cao Cao, who is traditionally depicted as a villain in Chinese culture. Starring Zhao Lixin as the eponymous character, the series was filmed at the Xiangshan Film City in Ningbo, Zhejiang between 1 November 2011 and 15 March 2012.
King Naresuan 6: The End of Hong Sa (2015)
The king receives news that the Burmese king Nanda Bayin, enraged over the loss of his son, had ordered the deaths of most of the military leaders in his Army, on the grounds that they had ‘let his son die’. There was also news that, in his rage, Nanda Bayin had also killed off Suphankalaya, Naresuan’s older sister. This angers the King, and he quickly announces his intention to gather an army, capture Pegu, and burn it to the ground as revenge.