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Adult Drama Series ‘Fishbowl Wives’ Gets Trailer and Release Date at Netflix

The series based on Kurosawa R’s hit Japanese comic serialized in Grand Jump Mecha published by Shueisha illustrates the theme of extramarital affairs

Bradley - Thu, 06 Jan 2022 11:16:40 +0000 29588 Views
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Netflix has revealed a new extended trailer (watch above) for the Japanese-language series, ‘Fishbowl Wives.’ The adult love story of extramarital affairs or forbidden romance ‘Fishbowl Wives’ will release on Netflix on February 14, worldwide.


The trailer begins with a group of ladies as the headline displays "A story of six wives and their affairs." Later, it says, "Why did these wives cross the line?" with some hot and steamy romantic action followed by glimpses of domestic violence.


The series follows Sakura Hiraga (Ryoko Shinohara), who lives on the top floor of a high-rise condo building overlooking an urban area with a traditional atmosphere, after an accident gives up on her dreams and marries a beauty salon owner. Her life as a housewife now has a dazzling sheen that anyone would envy. Yet, when she is alone, her heart is filled with sadness. She adored her spouse at first, but now she is faced with nasty words and physical assault. Sakura, on the other hand, is unable to leave her marital home and quickly finds herself associating with a "goldfish" in its bowl. One day, the "goldfish" leads her to a chance meeting with a man. When he accepts her for who she is, Sakura is unable to suppress the feelings she has kept hidden and crosses a line. Is this a one-night stand? Or is it destiny?


Based on the hit original Japanese comic series "Goldfish Wife" by Kurosawa R, currently published in Grand Jump Mecha by Shueisha, the series stars Ryoko Shinohara, Takanori Iwata, Masanobu Ando, Hidekazu Mashima, Kyoko Hasegawa, Shizuka Nakamura, Saori Seto, Anna Ishii, Shingo Fujimori, Wakana Matsumoto, Atsuhiro Inukai, Yuki Kubota.


Directed by Michiko Namiki, Hiroaki Matsuyama from Fuji Television, and Aya Narakino, The screenplay is written by Fumi Tsubota, Tomomi Matoba, and Miyako Koshikawa. Naomi Sato and Tadashi Makino from Fuji Television are the executive producers along with Toshiyuki Nakano from Fuji Television, Kiyomi Asano, and Kazuhiro Kobayashi from FCC as the producers.

 

 

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