Events in 2015 in Japanese television.
|January 1-April 30||Between January 1, 2015 and April 30, 2015, analog cable television services were shut down by the country's cable providers.|
|January 4||Absolute Duo||AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, KBS, TV Aichi, BS11||Anime|
|January 7||Miritari!||AT-X, KBS, TVS, tvk, SUN||Anime|
|January 8||Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata||Fuji TV||Anime|
|January 9||Assassination Classroom||Fuji TV||Anime|
|January 10||Kuroko's Basketball 3rd season||MBS, Tokyo MX, BS11||Anime|
|January 10||The Rolling Girls||MBS, Tokyo MX, BS11||Anime|
|January 10||Gakkō no Kaidan||NTV||Drama|
|January 11||Aldnoah.Zero||Tokyo MX, BS11||Anime|
|January 11||Dog Days''||Tokyo MX||Anime|
|January 15||Durarara!!x2||Tokyo MX, MBS, CBC, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, BS11||Anime|
|January 8||Kantai Collection||Tokyo MX||Anime|
|January 9||Sōkyū no Fafner: Dead Aggressor: Exodus||MBS, TBS, CBC, BS-TBS||Anime|
|January 10||The IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls||Tokyo MX, BS11||Anime|
|January 16||Ouroboros~Kono Ai Koso, Seigi||TBS||Drama|
|February 1||Go! Princess PreCure||TV Asahi||Anime|
|February 22||Shuriken Sentai Ninninger||TV Asahi||Tokusatsu|
|April 3||Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma||TBS||Anime|
|April 4||Uta no Prince-sama 3rd season||Tokyo MX||Anime|
|April 11||Do S Deka||NTV||Drama|
|April 10||Algernon ni Hanataba o||TBS||Drama|
|April 13||Yōkoso, Wagaya e||Fuji TV||Drama|
|April 16||Yamegoku: Yakuza Yamete Itadakimasu||TBS||Drama|
|April 16||I'm Home||TV Asahi||Drama|
|June 19||The Last Cop||NTV||Drama|
|June 20||Dragon Ball Super||Fuji TV||Anime|
|July 5||Death Note||NTV||Drama|
|July 7||Hotel Concierge||TBS||Drama|
|July 8||Hanasaki Mai ga Damattenai 2nd season||NTV||Drama|
|July 9||Tantei no Tantei||Fuji TV||Drama|
|July 11||Dokonjō Gaeru||NTV||Comedy|
|July 11||Hatsumori Bemars||TV Tokyo||Drama|
|July 14||Ultraman X||TV Tokyo||Tokusatsu|
|July 17||Omotesando High School Chorus Club!||TBS||Drama|
|July 20||Koinaka||Fuji TV||Drama|
|July 24||Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz!||Tokyo MX||Anime|
|October 4||Kamen Rider Ghost||TV Asahi||Tokusatsu|
|October 7||Couple of disguise||NTV||Drama|
|October 10||Okitegami Kyōko no Bibōroku||NTV||Drama|
|October 12||5-ji Kara 9-ji Made: Watashi ni Koi Shita Obōsan||Fuji TV||Drama|
|October 15||Adult Woman||Fuji TV||Drama|
|October 18||Shitamachi Rocket||TBS||Drama|
|November 7||Transit Girls||Fuji TV||Drama|
|Jan. 15||Chikao Ōtsuka||85||Actor and voice actor, known for his role as Doctor Eggman in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, also had roles in Dragon Ball , Digimon Adventure and One Piece among others. Was also the dub voice for Captain Hook and Dick Dastardly.|
|Jun. 18||Kazuya Tatekabe||80||Actor and voice actor, known for his role as Jaian in the Doraemon (1979 anime) , also had roles in Time Bokan and Yatterman . Was also the dub voice for others.|
|Oct. 27||Miyu Matsuki||38||Voice actress; her last role was Anna, in Shimonetta .|
Hideaki Takizawa, also known professionally as Tackey (タッキー), is a Japanese record producer and former singer and actor. In 2002, he debuted with Tsubasa Imai in the group Tackey & Tsubasa under the record label Avex Trax.
Haruma Miura was a Japanese actor and singer. He made his acting debut in the television drama Agri (1997) and rose to popularity after starring in the film Koizora (2007), winning Newcomer of the Year at the 31st Japan Academy Prize. In the following years, Miura notably starred in the third season of Gokusen (2009), Bloody Monday (2009), Naoko (2009), Kimi ni Todoke (2010), Last Cinderella (2013), Boku no Ita Jikan (2013), The Eternal Zero (2013), Attack on Titan (2015), Gintama 2 (2018), and Two Weeks (2019). He also starred as Lola in the Japanese production of Kinky Boots (2016), winning Best New Actor and the Haruko Sugimura Award at the 24th Yomiuri Theater Awards. In addition to his acting career, Miura debuted as a singer in 2019 with the single "Fight for Your Heart", which was followed by "Night Diver" in 2020.
Rena Matsui is a Japanese actress, singer and former member of the Japanese idol girl groups SKE48 and Nogizaka46. As a member of the former, she also participated in the main lineup of AKB48's singles. As an actress, she has played roles in numerous films and television series, including Kamen Rider Build the Movie: Be the One and the ninety-ninth NHK asadora Manpuku.
Haruna Kawaguchi is a Japanese actress and model under the Ken-On agency. She is known for playing the lead role in the film Ouran High School Host Club, POV: Norowareta Film, Zekkyō Gakkyū, and Say "I love you".
Mana Ashida is a Japanese child actress, talent and singer. Ashida's first appearance was in Asahi Broadcasting Corporation's ABC Short Movie 2, though she rose to prominence after acting in the television drama Mother. She became the youngest lead star in Japanese drama history when she starred in Sayonara Bokutachi no Youchien. She was the youngest lead actress in a television serial drama by appearing in the serial drama Marumo no Okite in the spring of 2011. She also appeared in Japanese films such as Confessions and Usagi Drop.
←2011 - 2012 - 2013→
Natsuna Watanabe, better known as just Natsuna, is a Japanese actress and former model.
Kasumi Arimura is a Japanese actress. She is known for playing the young Haruko Amano in Amachan (2013), and the lead role in Strobe Edge (2015) and Flying Colors (2015).
Miyu Honda is a Japanese child actress, tarento and figure skater from Kyoto Prefecture. She is represented by Oscar Promotion, having previously been represented by Theatre Academy.
←2012 - 2013 - 2014→
Tsubasa Honda is a Japanese actress and model.
Tao Tsuchiya is a Japanese actress, model, and dancer. Her older sister, Honoka, works as a model, while her younger brother, Shimba Tsuchiya, is also an actor.
Suzu Hirose is a Japanese actress and model.
Hiroko Okabe, known professionally as Yūka, is a Japanese actress, presenter, and former gravure idol. She is known for playing the lead role in NHK's drama Honjitsu wa Taian Nari and presenting the TBS variety show Ōsama no Brunch. From 1999 to 2001, she received the Golden Arrow Award every year. In 2003, she was given both a Golden Graph Award and the Japan Academy Prize for Best Newcomer.
Mizuki Yamamoto is a Japanese actress and model.
Yuko Araki is a Japanese actress and fashion model represented by Stardust Promotion.
Mone Kamishiraishi is a Japanese actress and singer.
Busaiku (舞祭組) is a Japanese boy band with four members from Kis-My-Ft2. Their single "Michishirube" was number-one on the weekly Oricon Singles Chart.
Wakana Aoi is a Japanese actress and former idol. In March 2017, she landed the lead role in NHK's 97th Asadora, Warotenka, which aired from October 2017 to March 2018.