|Japanese TV series||2017|
|Popular actors||Takuya Kimura, Kyôka Suzuki & Kazue Fukiishi|
|Trending TV Series||Karei naru ichizoku, Liar Game & Change|
2017 releases - most anticipated Japanese TV series to watch
Ao No Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen (Sunday January 1, 2017)Creator Actors Nobuhiko Okamoto
The animated series depicts a group of boys who are after the thief who has stolen the eye of the demon and taken a child hostage;...Read more
A Life: Itoshiki Hito (Saturday January 7, 2017)Creator Actors Takuya Kimura
One of the few Japanese shows coming out that is not animated. A Medical drama. ...Read more
Best Japanese TV series on Netflix or DVD in 2017 & 2016Best Japanese TV series out on DVD, Bluray or VOD (Netflix, Amazon).
Karei-naru ichizoku (Sunday January 14, 2007)Creator Cast Takuya Kimura
A close-up of the power struggles within the very rich Manpyo family....Read more
Liar Game (Saturday April 14, 2007)Creator Hiroaki Matsuyama Cast Erika Toda
A manga series about a girl who is dragged into 'The Liar Game Tournament', a real-life game in wich participants have cheat and lie to win other participants' money....Read more
Change (Monday May 12, 2008)Creator Hiroyuki Goto, Kazuyuki Shimizu Cast Takuya Kimura
A simple school teacher - with no particular interest in politics - becomes the Prime Minister within a few seconds. Talk about change! Fun and interesting show....Read more
Hana yori dango (Friday October 21, 2005)Creator Yasuharu Ishii Cast Mao Inoue
Hana yori dango ('Boys over Flowers') follows Makino, who is repelled by her superficial classmates during high school....Read more
Tiger & Dragon (Sunday January 9, 2005)Creator TBS Television Cast Gen Hoshino
The paths of a debt-collector and a comedian cross through a gril named Megumi....Read more
Japan country statistics
|Familiar faces||Takuya Kimura, Kyôka Suzuki & Kazue Fukiishi|
|Trending shows||Karei naru ichizoku, Liar Game & Change|
28 Japanese TV series scheduled for release this year.
A decline in the production of Japanese films is taking place. From 304 tv shows in 2010 down to 171 in 171 in 2016. It' still an impressive number. The majority of the shows released are Anime or animation.