Hurry Up, Brother or (Running Man) is a Chinese variety show broadcast on ZRTG: Zhejiang Television. The show is based on the original South Korean series Running Man by SBS. It was first aired on 10 October 2014. This show is classified as a game-variety show, where the MCs and guests complete missions at a landmark to win a race. ZRTG confirmed renewing HUB for a third season for Q3 2015 with Wang Baoqiang returning to HUB with Luhan. When Hurry Up, Brother (奔跑吧兄弟) was first announced, it was known as "跑男" in Chinese but the name was non-compliant of broadcasting guidelines for Zhejiang TV variety shows which required five character names. The program was then renamed to "奔跑吧兄弟". But, before the official name change, ZRTG had registered "跑男" as a trademark with the SAIC.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 100 minutes
Hurry Up, Brother - Wang Baoqiang - Netflix
Wang Baoqiang (simplified Chinese: 王宝强; traditional Chinese: 王寶強; pinyin: Wáng Bǎoqiáng; born 29 May 1984) is a Chinese actor. His debut role was that of Yuan Fengming in the movie Blind Shaft, for which he shared the Best New Performer prize at the 2003 Golden Horse Awards with Megan Zheng. The same role also won him the Best Actor prize at the 2003 Deauville Asian Film Festival and 2004 Golden Kinnaree Award (Bangkok International Film Festival). He also won the award for Best Performance by an Actor at the 2011 Asia Pacific Screen Awards for his performance in Mr. Tree.
Hurry Up, Brother - "He isn't a blind person!" - Netflix
After A World Without Thieves He appeared as “A Bing” in TV Series An Suan as a blind intelligence agents who has extraordinary hearing abilities. An Suan was the most popular TV Series of 2006 in China. It's a hard work for Wang to act as a blind person, he was arranged to live with real blind people and then had a good performance in the series. In 2007 when he was filming the movie The Assembly, people who lived near their playstaff saw him and screamed surprisingly: “He is A Bing in An Suan! But he isn't a blind person?”
Hurry Up, Brother - References - Netflix