GEM Features An Outstanding Line-up from Japan this October!

Philippines, 28 September 2017 – This October, GEM fills your primetime viewing with the best of Japanese entertainment! Start the month with fun and laughter with variety shows The Quest Season 6 and I’m Old Enough. Join the teachers and students of Kyomeikan Private High in the high school drama My High School Business, which premieres same week as Japan! Finally, follow the crime-solving adventures of genius detective Hajime Kindaichi in two murder mystery specials: The Files of Young Kindaichi -Lost in Kowloon- and The Files of Young Kindaichi -Jungle School Murder Mystery-

The Quest Season 6

Have you ever been curious about the world that we live in? Whether it is on land, at sea, or in the air, the earth is filled with mysteries and adventures waiting to be discovered. Join the hosts of The Quest, now on its sixth season, as they travel to different parts of the world where they must complete a certain challenge assigned to them as well as find the answers to these mysteries. Along the way, their hilarious antics and nail-biting stunts are bound to leave you hanging at the edge of your seats!

The Quest Season 6 premieres 6 October, every Friday at 10:10pm, first and exclusively on GEM.

My High School Business

Kyomeikan Private High School is a school with students scoring on the lower end of the national average and has barely enough students to meet the minimum requirement to continue its operations. Ryosuke Narumi (Sho Sakurai), an elite 35-year-old corporate employee of a large trading company, is assigned the role of high school principal tasked to revitalize the school’s operations despite not having previous experience as an educator. Will Narumi succeed in turning Kyomeikan High School around? What lies ahead for him and the teachers?

My High School Business premieres 21 October, every Saturday at 7:30pm, same week as Japan, first and exclusively on GEM.

I’m Old Enough

Peek into the fascinating world of children as seen from their point of view! Discreetly filmed by a team of disguised production staff, the children’s candid behaviour are revealed when their parents have them run errands alone for the first time. Will they forget what they were sent out for? Will they bring home the correct groceries? Will they be distracted by the sights and sounds of the city? All will be discovered and caught on camera!

I’m Old Enough premieres 26 October, every Thursday at 10:10pm, first and exclusively on GEM.

The Files of Young Kindaichi -Lost in Kowloon-

Hajime Kindaichi (Ryosuke Yamada) may look like your average high school student. However, underneath his playful exterior, he possesses a high IQ of 180 which he uses to solve the most bizarre murder mysteries. This time around, Kindaichi goes to Hong Kong with his childhood friend, Miyuki Nanase (Haruna Kawaguchi), to attend a fashion show. But when Miyuki is mysteriously kidnapped, Kindaichi is dragged into a murder case revolving around a legendary treasure from twenty years ago. Will he be able to uncover the truth and save Miyuki in time?

The Files of Young Kindaichi -Lost in Kowloon- premieres 22 October, Sunday at 10:30pm, first and exclusively on GEM.

The Files of Young Kindaichi -Jungle School Murder Mystery-

As Hajime Kindaichi (Ryosuke Yamada) struggles with his school grades, he joins a summer prep school together with Miyuki and Saki. However, one by one, the students start to disappear and their bodies are discovered in the most bizarre manner. In addition, Youichi Takatou, Kindaichi’s long-time nemesis also seems to be involved in the murders. It is now up to Kindaichi to solve the seemingly impossible tricks behind the murders and stop Youichi’s schemes and the murderer before it’s too late.

The Files of Young Kindaichi -Jungle School Murder Mystery- premieres 29 October, Sunday at 10:30pm, first and exclusively on GEM.

Source: GEM TV Asia

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