Within the Tokyo police department, there is a special department called 'mishou' that handles difficult cases. Touma Saya, a young woman with a genius IQ, and Sebumi Takeru, a man skilled in martial arts and the handling of guns, are sent to the unidentified crimes unit for behaviour issues. Saya and Takeru now work together to solve cases for mishou.
I finished Keizoku 2: SPEC and it was utterly amazing. Much different than I'd expected, more twisted, more dark. If you guys don't know, this is the drama where Toda Erika pretty much embraces being dirty, gross, eating loads and loads of gyoza, getting in people's faces because she doesn't know the meaning of personal space, and getting hit over the head by Kase Ryo everytime she does/says something stupid/ridiculous. Oh, it's also the drama where they try to solve weird cases that more often than not have the supernatural centered around it. And unlike usual dramas where the supernatural is actually just tricks people use to look like its supernatural this one actually does have people with supernatural powers! What's really interesting about this drama is that they do NOT pull any stops in harming the stars. I mean, of course, they don't die in it (is that a spoiler? lol) but they get HURT like nobody's business. there's even a point where they're in the hospital for an extended amount of time. And well, there's also the whole thing where Toda's character's arm is in a sling from start to end of this drama. Anyway, even if it is a detective drama (which not many people like, I know), it's still utterly fascinating. The acting is off the wall good and there's actually a lot of comedy in between all the serious. The cases are interesting and some even throw you for a loop. And just, the evil characters are SERIOUSLY EVIL. :/// Kamiki especially plays a really good bad guy. I didn't realize he could play crazy SO FREAKING WELL.