HITOSHI MATSUMOTO Presents Documental (Amazon Prime)

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So Matsumoto made his debut on Amazon Prime Video with his show "Documental" wich is basicly a weekly No Laughing (if i got it right).

https://youtu.be/sQDDEY2Di74

https://youtu.be/4993CJO_Uro

Already 2 episodes are available.
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Damn this looks great !! I hope someone will up them on here (or anywhere else online)
Thanks Andy !
i've seen some clips of this on youtube looks good
maybe if someone requested it we might get the episodes
I hope they license it out to the west too.
Netflix' Japanese productions can also be seen over here.
Ap2000 wrote:
I hope they license it out to the west too.
Netflix' Japanese productions can also be seen over here.

terrace house is a japanese netflix exclusive that was brought over its pretty good
but i agree there needs to be more japanese stuff on netflix
grindorth wrote:
Ap2000 wrote:
I hope they license it out to the west too.
Netflix' Japanese productions can also be seen over here.

terrace house is a japanese netflix exclusive that was brought over its pretty good
but i agree there needs to be more japanese stuff on netflix


It's not on Prime Video where I live, but they have some cut versions of pink eiga. hah
season 2 trailer
https://youtu.be/bqNknnlMLhc

would like to see the the show but its not available anywhere but amazon prime so it seems
WAAAH DAISUKE MIYAGAWA BEING THE FIRST ONE I SAW as I watch this clip \o/

EDIT: OH MY GOD JIMMY
does anyone happen to have some episode from this documentary(show)? I am very interested to have a look.
terry175 wrote:
does anyone happen to have some episode from this documentary(show)? I am very interested to have a look.


Check this

I don't know if Season 4 will be available anywhere, but it is indeed on Amazon Prime (Japan).
Ayaka wrote:
terry175 wrote:
does anyone happen to have some episode from this documentary(show)? I am very interested to have a look.


Check this

I don't know if Season 4 will be available anywhere, but it is indeed on Amazon Prime (Japan).

Thank you very much. I will message GGib to request.
Documental Season 1 is now available on Amazon Prime with ENGLISH subtitles.

I know everyone has their ways to get it, but if you have Prime I encourage everyone to watch it from there since overseas interest is definitely what helps determine if later seasons should be brought over or not..

Once again, I warn as Matsumoto says, it is not a show for the elderly, women or children. It gets really, really obscene. You probably should watch it in private!
Today I opened my Prime Video app on the TV and I saw "Documental" on top of the "my program" list.

I clicked it.

And well, I guess by now you know what I saw.

Season 2 subbed
Waiting for someone to release the subtitle here in this forum. Not every country have Amazon.
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