|Say I Love You|
|Genre|| Romance |
|Directed by||Ming Chin-cheng|
|Starring|| Mike He |
|Opening theme||"Just Say It" by Popu Lady|
|Ending theme||"Lost and Found" by Selina Jen|
|Country of origin||Taiwan|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Producer||Hu Ning Yuan|
|Running time||90 minutes|
|Production companies|| Chung T'ien Television |
CN Plus Productions
|Original release||15 June –|
28 September 2014
|The Lying Game|
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|CTV||Taiwan||June 15, 2014||Sunday 10:00 PM|
|CTiTV||June 21, 2014||Saturday 10:00 PM|
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