BOSS (2009) – Dramacool

This series revolves around a group of peculiar detectives in a new division created to fight against an increase in atrocious crimes. Osawa Eriko is a beautiful career woman who has just returned from training in the U.S. and is appointed as the “boss” of this division. But despite her intelligence and capabilities, she can never understand a man’s heart, so she remains unable to find a husband. In fact, her assignment in the U.S. was really a demotion after she ruined her career track over a man. So why was she chosen as the boss of the new division? Even though the detectives are talented, they all have some kind of issue or flaw, and they are considered to be the “problem children” of the police force. In the end, the division’s true purpose is just to isolate these problematic detectives.

(Source: Tokyograph)

  • Native Title: ボス
  • Also Known As:
  • Director: Mitsuno Michio, Hoshino Kazunari, Ishii Yusuke, Narita Gaku
  • Screenwriter: Hayashi Koji
  • Cast & Credits

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    • Amami Yuki

      Osawa Eriko / Boss

      Main Role

    • Takenouchi Yutaka in BOSS Japanese Drama (2009)
      Takenouchi Yutaka

      Nodate Shinjiro [Assistant Counselor, Police commander]

      Support Role

    • Toda Erika in BOSS Japanese Drama (2009)
      Toda Erika

      Kimoto Mami [Police officer]

      Support Role

    • Tamayama Tetsuji in BOSS Japanese Drama (2009)
      Tamayama Tetsuji

      Katagiri Takuma [Police chief]

      Support Role

    • Mizobata Junpei in BOSS Japanese Drama (2009)
      Mizobata Junpei

      Hanagata Ippei [Police officer]

      Support Role

    • Kendo Kobayashi in BOSS Japanese Drama (2009)
      Kendo Kobayashi

      Iwai Zenji [Police chief]

      Support Role

    Statistics

    • Score: 7.9 (scored by 1,675 users)
    • Ranked: #1901
    • Popularity: #2452
    • Watchers: 3,464

    Details

    • Drama: BOSS
    • Country: Japan
    • Episodes: 11
    • Aired: Apr 16, 2009 – Jun 25, 2009
    • Aired On: Thursday
    • Original Network: Fuji TV
    • Duration: 45 min.
    • Content Rating: 15+ – Teens 15 or older

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