Japan reality show Terrace House halts production after star's sudden death


Hana Kimura's apparent suicide has shocked fans around the world and raised immediate soul-searching over cyber-bullying. - Hanadayo0903/Instagram

TOKYO (Reuters): Japanese reality TV show Terrace House has suspended its production for the 2019-2020 season after the sudden death of a 22-year-old cast member, it said on its website.

Hana Kimura, a professional wrestler and star of the latest season of the popular Netflix reality TV show, died on Saturday (May 23), according to World Wonder Ring Stardom, the professional wrestling organisation that represented Kimura.

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