New Trailer for “Burn the House Down” Show Features English Subtitles

(Last Updated On: June 20, 2023)

Netflix released an enticing English-subtitled trailer for the live-action adaptation of Moyashi Fujisawa’s manga, “Burn the House Down” (Mitarai-ke Enjō Suru), along with a fresh visual for the series.

The global premiere of the series on Netflix is set for July 13th, reaching audiences worldwide.

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The cast includes:

  • Taishi Nakagawa as Shinji Mitarai
  • Kyōka Suzuki as Makiko Mitarai
  • Asuka Kudō as Kiichi Mitarai
  • Mei Nagano as Anzu Murata
  • Michiko Kichise as Satsuki Murata
  • Mitsuhiro Oikawa as Osamu Mitarai
  • Yuri Tsunematsu as Yuzu Murata
  • Kii Kitano as Kurea
Burn the House Down cast

The highly anticipated series will be helmed by Yūichirō Hirakawa, known for his directorial work on acclaimed live-action adaptations such as ERASED, Rookies, and The Promised Neverland. Joining him is the talented screenwriter Arisa Kaneko, recognized for her exceptional contributions to live-action projects like Orange, Helter Skelter, and the Densha Otoko film.

Enhancing the series with his musical prowess is Takeshi Kobayashi, renowned for his compositions in Ai to Makoto and Love Letter. Office Crescendo, in collaboration with Netflix, will take charge of production, ensuring a captivating and immersive experience for viewers. Making its debut in June 2022, the English release of the manga by Kodansha USA Publishing has been met with immense acclaim, with the eighth volume captivating readers on January 24. Kodansha USA Publishing eloquently describes the manga, providing an enticing narrative that continues to captivate audiences.

Shizuka Yamauchi, a 25-year-old housekeeper, and Makiko Mitarai, a 46-year-old amateur model and flawless homemaker, appear as unfamiliar faces. However, a shared history binds them, compelling Shizuka to rectify the past and seek justice for her mother. Yet, Makiko conceals her own enigmatic truths, demanding cautious navigation by Shizuka to unravel it all—while avoiding detrimental consequences.

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Fujisawa penned the manga for Kodansha’s Kiss magazine spanning from 2017 until 2021, while in Japan, Kodansha released a total of eight volumes.


Sources | Netflix Asia’s YouTube channelComic Natalie

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Mizo Lalthanmawia, from Mizoram, is a K-pop and K-drama fan who channels her passion for Korean culture into her part-time writing, aiming to captivate readers with her stories just as she's been captivated by Korean art.

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