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, is about to usher in the finale. The Three-Body Universe, the copyright owner of the adaptation of the book, will develop a new film version.
The score of the animated series based on Liu Cixin's sci-fi trilogy "The Three-Body Problem" on Chinese social media and review site Douban is now only 5.6, with 15.2% of the audience giving a five-star evaluation.
Nowhere is this insatiable desire for scientific advancement and innovation more evident than in Cixin Liu’s critically acclaimed trilogy “Remembrance on Earth’s Past”.
According to the National Radio and Television Administration, a new TV series called The Three-Body Problem, an adaptation of Hugo and Nebula award winner Liu Cixin's epic sci-fi trilogy, is about to start filming this September.