The production team of the 40-episode Judge Dee series include (from left) writer Dudi Appleton, producer Wang Donghui, executive producer Patrick Irwin, script editor Andrew Clifford and writer Jim Keeble. The production team of the 40-episode Judge Dee series include (from left) writer Dudi Appleton, producer Wang Donghui, executive producer Patrick Irwin, script editor Andrew Clifford and writer Jim Keeble.
The production team of the 40-episode Judge Dee series include (from left) writer Dudi Appleton, producer Wang Donghui, executive producer Patrick Irwin, script editor Andrew Clifford and writer Jim Keeble.

British screenwriters adapting China-based Judge Dee novels for mainland TV

Robert van Gulik’s Tang-dynasty detective is being brought to the small screens of a very, very large audience

The production team of the 40-episode Judge Dee series include (from left) writer Dudi Appleton, producer Wang Donghui, executive producer Patrick Irwin, script editor Andrew Clifford and writer Jim Keeble. The production team of the 40-episode Judge Dee series include (from left) writer Dudi Appleton, producer Wang Donghui, executive producer Patrick Irwin, script editor Andrew Clifford and writer Jim Keeble.
The production team of the 40-episode Judge Dee series include (from left) writer Dudi Appleton, producer Wang Donghui, executive producer Patrick Irwin, script editor Andrew Clifford and writer Jim Keeble.
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