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Tokyo Vice (2022-2024)

2 seasons
3,66 40 votes

State: Returning Series

Genre: Drama

Origin: United States

Developed by: J.T. Rogers

Stars: Ansel Elgort, Ken Watanabe and Rachel Keller

IMDb score: 8,0 (37.477)

Releasedate: Thursday 7 April 2022


This TV Show is not available on US streaming services.


Tokyo Vice plot

A young American journalist is sent to Japan to chart the daily activities of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police and to delve into Japan's criminal underworld. However, the further he gets into this huge circuit in Tokyo, the more difficult it is to get out of it in one piece. After all, his research results in a confrontation with a big boss from this world. Then he discovers shocking information from the underworld that links the vice squad to the Yakuza, the Japanese mafia. Based on the memoir of the same name by journalist Jake Adelstein, an American journalist who moved from Missouri to Tokyo to help the world learn more about crime in Japan.

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  • 1 votes
Tuesday 31 May 2022
Tokyo Vice season 1

In Belgium, Telenet subscribers can watch the entire season. Normally I don't watch series.. the last one was The Bridge and that was a long time ago. Gave this one a chance because Michael Mann is the driving force behind Tokyo Vice.

The result is typical neo-noir based on real events. The characters and the relationships between the characters are extremely strong, and that's what captivates the most. But the young journalist who is trying to find his way in a society with its own social codes also makes it extremely interesting. He sometimes falls on his mouth but learns from it. Furthermore, quite a few storylines (not all equally fascinating) that navigate between journalistic adventures, yakuza intrigue and police investigation. The more the series progresses, the more journalism begins to fade into the background and Adelstein becomes more deeply involved in the battle between police and yakuza.
There must and will be a second season... it ends with a lot of open storylines... and if it doesn't come I'll file a complaint. Definitely a good series, but in my opinion it lacks a bit more action and a bit more pace because it all progresses very slowly, although it never gets boring. The last episode is one of the least because you know there will be no climax.

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