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TBS Holdings, Inc. (株式会社TBSホールディングス () Kabushiki gaisha TBS Hōrudingusu), formerly Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc., is a Japanese broadcasting company, which was founded in 1951 as Radio Tokyo. It is the parent company of TBS Television. TBS produced Hana Yori Dango and its sequels, Hana Yori Dango Returns, Hana Yori Dango Final, and Hana Nochi Hare.

History with Boys Over Flowers[]

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TBS's former logo

In late August 2005, TBS producer Katsuaki Setoguchi was asked to create a drama for the fall schedule on short notice. He chose to adapt Boys Over Flowers. Due to the rushed production, TBS executives were not predicting the series would do very well and hoped it would get a 5% rating at least.[1] Hana Yori Dango ended up being a breakout hit with an average 19.76% rating.[2] The success led to the production of a sequel, which had even higher ratings than its predecessor.[3] TBS produced a film sequel, which became the second highest-grossing film of 2008 in Japan.[4] Ten years later, a spin-off titled Hana Nochi Hare: Hanadan Next Season based on Yoko Kamio's sequel manga was produced by Setoguchi for TBS.[5]

Channels[]

TBS Television (TBSテレビ () TBS Terebi) is a television channel owned by TBS Holdings. It is one of the five private broadcasters of Tokyo.[6] Hana Yori Dango (2005), Hana Yori Dango Returns (2007), and Hana Nochi Hare: Hanadan Next Season (2018) aired on TBS Television.

Productions[]

Releases[]

TC Entertainment

References[]

See also[]


Hana Yori Dango (2005-08) staff
Directors

Yasuharu Ishii

Writers

Takayuki Takuma

Producers

Katsuaki Setoguchi

Music

Aiko | Arashi | Ai Otsuka | Hikaru Utada

Production

TBS Holdings


Hana Nochi Hare (2018) staff
Directors

Yasuharu Ishii

Writers

Erika Yoshida

Producers

Katsuaki Setoguchi

Music

King & Prince | Hikaru Utada

Production

TBS Holdings

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