Who Am I J-drama Preview: Release Date, Time & How to Watch?
J-dramas are very popular right now, and #Who Am I, a new Japanese drama, will be released in March of this year. Aoi Akane, a university student, and influencer loses her memory when she falls from a height after being pushed by someone, and the show tells her narrative.
She turns to social networking to help her restore her memory after surviving the fall. Ali Akane is driven to identify the cause of her fall and rediscovers who she really is.
If you’ve been following this one, you might be interested in learning when new episodes will be posted. So, stop wondering now!
Here is all the information you need regarding the release of #Who Am I, including its air date and location.
Where Can I Watch Who Am I?
For fans in Japan, #Who Am I will be streamable on the country’s official television network, Fuji TV. After its original television broadcast, the program will also be accessible to viewers via a variety of streaming websites, including TVer, FOD, and others. The show will likely also be released with English subtitles.
#Who Am I Episode Release Dates:
Release Date for #Who Am I Episode 1: March 8, 2023
The release date for #Who Am I Episode 2 is March 15, 2023.
Release Date for Who Am I Episode 3: March 22, 2023
A new episode of the 3-episode Japanese drama series #Who Am I will air every Wednesday through March 22. The first two episodes of the show should each last 25 minutes. Episode 3 of #Who Am I will feature a 30-minute addition, making it twice as long as episodes 1 and 2.
How Many Episodes Will Who Am I Have?
Three brief episodes of the Japanese suspense drama #Who Am I make up the season’s total. Beginning on March 8 at 12:35 JST, 11:35 AM ET, and 8:35 AM PT, the show will release one episode every Monday in March.
Is There A Trailer For #Who Am I?
There is, in fact. This is a link to the #WhoAmI Season 1 trailer:
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(@fujitv) March 6, 2023
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