Inami Akira is a former Self-Defense Force member. He was emotionally scarred by a special mission and subsequently discharged from the Self-Defense Force. Now, Inami Akira works for a secret Special Investigation Team at the National Police Agency. Meanwhile, Tamaru Saburo is kind and stoic. He used to go on special missions, but due to an incident was ordered to join the Special Investigation Team. With Inami Akira, Tamaru Saburo and other members, the Special Investigation Team tackles important political matters and dirty jobs for the government.

Crisis - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 50 minutes

Premier: 2017-04-11

Crisis - Crisis on Earth-X - Netflix

“Crisis on Earth-X” is the fourth annual Arrowverse crossover event, featuring episodes of the live-action television series Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow on The CW. The crossover began on November 27, 2017, with Supergirl and Arrow, and concluded on November 28, with The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. In “Crisis on Earth-X”, Barry Allen and Iris West's friends come to Central City for their wedding, only for the proceedings to be interrupted by interlopers from analogous universe of Earth-X where World War II was won by the Axis Powers. Development for a crossover of the four series began in December 2016 after the release of the previous crossover, “Invasion!”. The premise and title of the crossover were revealed in September 2017 as production on the episodes began; elements from the animated web series Freedom Fighters: The Ray were part of the crossover, including the live-action appearance of Ray Terrill (The Ray), the Freedom Fighters, and the New Reichsmen.

Crisis - Main and recurring - Netflix

^ Note: Despite being credited, Katie McGrath and Odette Annable do not appear in the Supergirl episode; David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Katie Cassidy and Paul Blackthorne do not appear in the Arrow episode; and Jesse L. Martin does not appear in The Flash episode.

Crisis - References - Netflix