Everyone's Getting Married - Netflix

Takanashi Asuka is an office lady working for a big bank. She has a number of financial qualifications and is the most dedicated worker. Despite the trend to marry later today, Asuka's dream is to get married and become a housewife. However, her boyfriend of 5 years proposed, then suddenly dumped her. So a depressed Asuka has to start looking for a marriage partner even though she does not have the time. She meets a handsome, popular TV announcer Nanami Ryu who is one of those rapidly increasing numbers of men who loathe marriage. He would be the ideal man for Asuka if he were not dead set against settling down. Although they eventually end up dating, they have a rocky path ahead of them.

Everyone's Getting Married - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2017-01-23

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“Everyone's Waiting” is the 12th episode of the fifth season of the HBO television series Six Feet Under, the series' 63rd episode overall and the series finale. The episode was written and directed by Alan Ball and originally aired in the United States on August 21, 2005. It was met with universal acclaim from both critics and viewers alike, often being cited as one of the finest series finales in the history of television.

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In 2006, the episode received five Primetime Emmy Award nominations at the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards. Creator Alan Ball was nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Directing for a Drama series; it was also nominated for Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series and Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series. It won for Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie, or Special. TV Guide ranked the episode #22 on its list of “TV’s Top 100 Episodes of All Time” and also named it one of the best TV moments of the decade. Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, “best-of” list, saying, “Wrapping up an acclaimed show is pretty much a no-win proposition (e.g., The Sopranos). But Alan Ball’s 2005 coda distilled all that we'd learned about life and death after five seasons with the Fishers.” In 2011, the finale was ranked #8 on the TV Guide Network special, TV’s Most Unforgettable Finales.

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