Ah, Netflix, the destroyer of time due to days of binge-fests and hours upon hours of endless entertainment. This has brought me nothing but joy. I used to have to scour the internet for sites that streamed my favorite Japanese shows in poor quality while sketchy ads popped up on my screen right as a parent would happen to be walking by, it always seemed. Gone are the days of watching popular Japanese TV shows and movies in their grainy, slow-to-load forms. The age of Netflix is upon us!
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List of Japanese television series
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Like American TV, which has seen its traditional network-dominated comedy-and-drama programming be largely supplanted by reality TV, Japanese TV drama programming has undergone significant changes over the past several decades. These days, Japanese drama is much more modern and international in flavor, a marked change from the days when historical dramas, the traditional jidai-geki, enjoyed primacy on the TV schedule. As late as the s, dramas featuring period stories set in various eras in Japanese history were among the most popular programs on Japanese TV. In the s, however, Japanese broadcasters began to produce more drama series set in the contemporary world, driven by declining ratings for the period dramas and younger viewers' preference for modern dramas. By the s, the traditional Japanese historical drama was an endangered species.