On December 12th, Fuji TV launched the website for Fuji TV+. Fuji TV+ is an online streaming site that will feature original programming and will go live some time at the end of January. Content will include idols, comedy, food, dramas, and much more. Best of all, all of the programming will be free and new programs will continue to be offered as time goes on. I personally think this is a great idea as some major networks around the world are starting to deliver content online at little to no cost these days. Another thing is that I consider this a way to help combat online piracy.
Currently, Fuji TV+ has announced two programs of interest in their lineup and I thought I would provide a brief synopsis of the two.
However, a strange thought occurs to him. He decides to create a website where he strongly markets himself as “the man with the world’s biggest potential,” and his life starts to take an unexpected turn. On the website, he has uploaded an interview video, delineates his experience fracturing his left hand twice, narrates about a magnificent work vision, shares a cryptic poem, offers pointless, high-quality wallpapers, features inconceivable testimonials and, lastly, appends a contact form for people in charge of HR departments to request an interview with him.
Word about his unbelievably creative website spreads throughout social media and becomes an instant favorite throughout the Internet world. Somehow, he begins to get contacted by companies that happen upon his website and he once again tries his hand at job interviews. Finally, Kikuchi happens upon the company that he was fated for.
The second show, イイ女の条件 (Qualities of a Good Woman), is a variety talk show hosted by Kayoko Okubo, a highly successful actress and member of comedy duo “Oasis.” In this program, Okubo sits down and interviews the most successful women in the world of show business. Okubo, who lives true to herself and is a natural beauty, speaks about the qualities of a good woman as well as the appropriate way in which to conduct oneself.
Her first guest will be Japanese actress and singer, Nao Matsushita.
I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to having easy, legal access online to Japanese TV content! Hopefully Fuji TV is successful in this endeavor.