Drama BOSS 2 Information

BOSS 2
  • Drama Title: BOSS 2
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Country: Japanese
  • Published Date: 2011
  • Total Episodes: 11
  • Summary: 

    It has been two years since then... Nodate, who has risen to become the counsellor as a result of the performance of Eriko and the unit, accepts an important case with the intention of securing another promotion. And, so he revives the Special Crimes Unit.

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