Fishbowl Wives: TV series to watch after season 1


The first episode of “Fishbowl Wives” was released this Valentine’s Day. The series is about love, disappointment in love and also about redefining love. Directed by Michiko Namiki, the series features Sakura Hiraga, wife of a wealthy man who runs a hair salon.

Sakura has given up on her dream and although she is apparently a happy wife in a luxurious apartment envied by all, she is actually verbally and physically abused by her husband. In her frustrated married life, she thinks of herself as a goldfish in a fishbowl. But it is this goldfish whose context makes him meet another man.

“Fishbowl Wives” doesn’t just tell the story of Sakura Hiraga, it also portrays five other stories of women who get trapped in marriage and get into infidelity. Rich Ting, Ren Hanami, Sanayee Yuan, Anzu Lawson are part of the cast of “Fishbowl Wives”.

Now, there are other K-dramas that feature envy, jealousy, love possession, and how women deal with struggles in the midst of it all. Here is a list of those TV series that you should try if you want to enjoy those types of storylines.

Must watch series if you like “Fishbowl Wives”:

Love and Fortune-

Number of seasons: 1

This K-drama is directed by Yoshihiro Mori, Hana Matsumoto, Mai Sakai, Kenji Kuwajima. The plot revolves around Wako Taira, a thirty-one-year-old woman, and her frustrating relationship with her boyfriend as well as her eventual involvement in an affair with a high school student.

Wako Taira works part-time in a movie theater. She has been in a relationship with her boyfriend for three years. Although frustrated, she never considered breaking up with him. But when she meets Yumeaki Iko, a high school student, she can no longer resist the urge to celebrate her desire.

Eri Tokunaga and Fuju Kamio play the roles of Wako and Yumeaki respectively. The series aired from July 26, 2018 to October 12, 2018 on Tokyo TV and on″>netflix on November 30, 2018.


Japan time

Number of seasons: 1

This is a J-drama (Japanese drama series) which is Mika Ninagawa’s first film. Set in Tokyo, the series is about women and focuses on the contrasting lives of Limi Nara, a famous fashion photographer, and Natsume Hyakuta, a young actress who, unlike Limi, has personal and professional difficulties and is struggling. quest for trust.

But when Limi posts a photo of Natsume on her Instagram, something changes. Natsume and many other women fight for their dreams and happiness in life.

Miki Nakatami and Elaiza Ikeda play the roles of Limi Nara and Natsume Hyakuta respectively. The series was released on February 27, 2020 in the United States.

Call back-

Call back

Number of seasons: 1

Another Japanese psychological thriller series “Re:Mind” is about a group of girls who find themselves waking up in an old European-style room. The eleven girls see that their feet are chained to the ground.

They discern that their situation may be related to another classmate who disappeared months ago. But when some of the girls start disappearing from the table, they realize they share a checkered past with Miho. But could the person responsible for this trap be one of the girls on the table?

The main cast of ‘Re:Mind’ is made up of the Japanese idol’s first generation girls. Mirei Sasaki, Sarina Ushio, Mei Higashimura, Ataka Takamoto star in this series. The series was released on Netflix on October 13, 2017.


decision maker

This Japanese series uses an unusual way to depict social anxiety and depression among college students and how these things destroy lives. High school student Ayumi sees his classmate Zenko Umine commit suicide and pass out.

But when she wakes up, she finds herself in Umine’s body as Umine is swapped into Ayumi’s body. From this point, the series delves into the factors that drove Umine to commit suicide.

Kaya Kiyohara and Miu Tomita play the roles of Ayumi and Umine respectively. The series was released on Netflix on August 1, 2018.

The Many Faces of Ito-

The Many Faces of Ito

Number of seasons: 1

This Netflix original romantic comedy is about a very successful screenwriter in her thirties. She interviews four women. The subject of all four interviews is the same – a man named Ito. All four women seem to have feelings for the same Ito man. The woman who takes their interviews is not only a screenwriter, but also an advisor.

The series is based on Asako Yuzuki’s book “Ito Kun A to E”. It was released on August 11, 2017 and stars Fumino Kimura, Nozomi Sasaki, Mirai Shida, Elaiza Ikeda, Kaho, etc.

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