Liar Game Season 2

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The Japanese drama Liar Game is back for a second season and it is more intense than ever.  Honestly, I completely forgot there was going to be a second season, which I guess was a good thing for me since I would have gone insane waiting for it to start.  After watching the first episode of season 2, I was reminded again of how much I was addicted to this series.  I even wrote a detailed summary of the first episode (of season 1) because I was obsessed with the show when it first aired.

And naturally, there are a lot of similarities between the style of the first and second seasons.  I’m mostly talking about cinematography and an incredible OST.  The techno-ish tunes playing in the background kept me tuned in if the plot wasn’t.  But believe me, the plot is pretty fast paced and there’s nothing like a show about lies and deception to get your attention.

The first episode basically summarizes what happened in season 1, but I highly recommend watching the first season before you watch the second. In season 2 the players verse each other in 4 games and 1 semifinal round.  The final will take place in a movie (Liar Game: The Final Stage), which is set to be released on February 6, 2010.

Season 2 Details:

  • Episodes: 11
  • Broadcast period: 2009-Nov-10 start
  • Broadcast network: Fuji TV
  • Air time: Tuesday 21:00

Synopsis

The naïve Kanzaki Nao and expert swindler Akiyama Shinichi have not heard anything from the LIAR GAME organization since the end of the previous game, so it seems they may have actually escaped. But Nao suddenly gets another invitation and is once again caught up in the game. This time, she has to team up with Shinichi and one of their previous rivals named Fukunaga, facing off against three more opponents in new games of deception, such as “24 Rensou Russian Roulette” and “17 Poker.” —Tokyograph

Sources: Drama Wiki, Tokyograph

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~ by misunderst0od on November 16, 2009.

One Response to “Liar Game Season 2”

  1. haha i see the manga so i knew what was going to happen

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