overseas broadcast tends to be at least a week away from the Japanese broadcast so it's a rare opportunity for this drama to be shown on the same night, what's more just two hours later! Do check it out if you can because if the ratings are satisfactory, we might get more of such "timely" broadcasts in future.
website but note that this is the SG version so you will need to check the page applicable for your country/region.
website doesn't have any visuals on this drama which I suppose is due to Johnny's Jimusho's restrictions on the use of its artistes' images online. Note that the first episode's broadcast will be 30 minutes longer than the others.
At present, Waku Waku Japan can be seen in 8 Asian countries i.e. Indonesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Note that the schedules I mentioned above are applicable to Singapore only so there may be variations for your country. Please check out the respective countries' websites for the necessary details via this page.
It's a good thing that the cable channels are becoming more up-to-date in terms of their offerings rather than showing dramas which are at least a season old. Although they probably can't do that for every drama, it's still an improvement from the old days when you could only resort to streaming or downloading these dramas only to get your drama fix. Personally, although I'm quite keen to check out "CRISIS", I was wondering why they didn't bring in "Reverse" instead of "Chiisana Kyojin" considering that the Asian audience would have been more familiar with Fujiwara Tatsuya and Toda Erika from their "Death Note" movies. "Kizoku Tantei" was sort of expected considering Arashi's popularity and the star-studded cast but I have a nagging suspicion that this drama's fate could go in extreme ways i.e. a big hit or a horrendous flop if the story is not good enough. Hope that it won't perform that badly though!