Celebrate all 15 days of Chinese New Year by indulging in entertaining and binge-worthy iQiyi shows. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve picked out the best shows to watch, according to the personality of your zodiac sign.

From romance to action and even horror shows, visiting (or being stuck at home) might just be a tad less boring for you!

1. Ox – Peninsula

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The ox is confident, independent and brave, unwavering in the face of hardships and difficulties. Cautious and careful, Oxen often take time to consider tough decisions.

The standalone sequel to Train to Busan, Peninsula follows a soldier (Gang Dong-won) and his team as they battle post-apocalyptic zombies in the wastelands of the Korean Peninsula. If anyone can handle sitting through a nail-biting zombie movie, it’s the courageous ox.

Release date: 13 Feb 2021

2. Tiger – Ping Pong

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This zodiac sign is known for being competitive, brave and strong-willed. Charming and confident, they are sociable creatures that are well-liked by many.

The series centres around the lives of professional table tennis players (Bai Jingting and Xu Weizhou) and their journey to becoming representatives of the sport on the world stage. This show is for all the tigers who won’t back down without a fight.

Release date: 22 Feb 2021 (TBC)

3. Rabbit – I Remember

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The rabbit is romantic, kind and sensitive. A gentle yet thoughtful creature, they prefer the company of others and go out of their way to avoid conflict.

I Remember tells the story of a man (Lee Hong-chi) who pretends to be the boyfriend of his dream girl (Angelababy) for just one day after she suffers a temporary memory loss. This tear-jerking movie is perfect for rabbits who are romantics at heart.

Release date: Streaming now, exclusively on iQiyi

4. . Dragon – The Dragnet

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The mightiest of all zodiac signs, dragons are energetic and risk-taking creatures with a knack for leadership. They are passionate and driven in whatever they put their mind to do.

This crime series is about a police operation task force that carries out multinational law enforcement operations and solves cross-border cases. With action scenes set against the backdrop of a police force, the show will be a riveting watch to the lively dragon.

Release date: Streaming now, 2 new episodes from every Sun to Tues at 20:00, exclusively on iQiyi

5. Snake – Royal Secret Agent

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Snakes are intelligent and curious creatures. Exuding elegance and sophistication, they are often calm and have a good temper.

Set in the era of the Joseon dynasty, this historical Korean drama revolves around a state examination top scorer (Kim Myung-soo) who is re-assigned to a new position as a secret royal inspector to investigate the corrupt practices of public officers. This detective series will pique the interest of the inquisitive snake.

Release date: Streaming now, new episodes every Mon & Tue, 20:30, same time as Korea, exclusively on iQiyi

6. Horse – Maoshan

Horses are energetic and outgoing. Known for their wit and humour, they are often the centre of attention and life of the party.

This dynamic Wuxia movie tells the narrative of a young man’s (Natas Asoka) ambition to become a Maoshan hero, inspired by the legendary exploits of the “Three Sons of Mount Maoshan”. With sword fight scenes galore, horses will be kept entertained throughout the movie.

Release date: Streaming now, exclusively on iQiyi

7. Goat – How to be Thirty

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Goats are calm, quiet and creative creatures. They are most comfortable being alone, but their kindheartedness and compassion make them dependable.

How to be Thirty centres around the work and love lives of women who have just entered their 30s. The story follows a 30-year-old webtoon author (Jung In-sun) who meets her publisher (Kang Minhyuk) and finds out that he’s her first love from middle school. This slice of life drama makes for a comforting and relatable watch for the reserved goat.

Release date: 23 February 2021 (TBC) exclusively on iQiyi

8. Monkey – Two Idiots 5 in Thailand

These witty and mischievous creatures are the masters of practical jokes. Self-assured and sociable, they excel in creativity and innovation.

The 5th instalment of this long-running comedy series takes place entirely in Thailand and follows the lofty dreams of two young men in their search for greatness. Played by popular comedic actors Sun Yizhou and Zhang Haiyu, monkeys will find it an enjoyable and hilarious watch.

Release date: Streaming now, exclusively on iQiyi

9. Rooster – The World of Fantasy

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Adventurous and ambitious, roosters are sociable creatures who enjoy being the centre of attention.

This Wuxia Chinese drama tells the story of amnesiac teenager Qin Lie, who sets out to find out about his birth. He embarks on this journey with childhood sweetheart Ling Yushi, played by popular actress and Cosmic Girls group member Cheng Xiao, and other friends in the spiritual realm. The action-packed drama, which weaves in themes of love and friendship, makes for a fascinating watch for the energetic rooster.

Release date: Streaming now, exclusively on iQiyi

10. Dog – A Girl Like Me

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This zodiac sign is warm-hearted and loyal, and place great value on relationships, often lending a listening ear to people around them.

Adapted from Yuexia Dieying’s novel, the Chinese period drama follows the love story between wealthy daughter Ban Hua (Guan Xiaotong) and the royal family son Rong Xia (Hou Minghao). The romantic storyline will tug on the heartstrings of the kind and loving dog.

Release date: Streaming Now, two new episodes from Mon to Wed, 20:00

11. Pig – 18 Again

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Pigs are compassionate and generous creatures, and often extend a helping hand to others. They value honesty above all else.

Based on the American film titled “17 Again”, 18 Again tells the story of a married couple, Jung Dajung (Kim Ha-neul) and Hong Dae-young (Yoon Sang-hyun), whose marriage and family life are crumbling. Wishing he could go back in time, Dae-young’s body miraculously morphs into the body of his 18-year-old self (played by Lee Do-hyun) but retains his 37-year-old mentality. He utilises his new appearance to restore his family bonds. This heart-warming drama, which focuses on the concept of familial love, is a must-watch for all pigs.

Release date: Streaming Now

12. Rat – Go Go Squid 2 Dt Appledog’s Time

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Rats are known to be resourceful and motivated. They are also adaptable and can overcome hardships with a positive mindset.

A spin-off from the highly popular Go Go Squid! series, the story follows Wu Bai (Hu Yitian), an outstanding gamer who becomes the youngest winner of the national robotics competition. He goes head-to-head with his long-time crush and biggest opponent Ai Qing (Li Yitong), and they struggle to tread the line between reaching for their goals and following their hearts. This show will keep all ambitious rats on the edge of their seat in anticipation.

Release date: Streaming now, new episodes every Tue & Thur, 19:30, exclusively on iQiyi