Boys Before Friends, the adaptation of Hana Yori Dango set in a California grad school, has announced that the series is going on hiatus after six episodes. A message on the series' Facebook wall thanked supporters and said they hope to return "with an amazing show for you with perfection in place." The production is raising money to re-launch the show, and producers say that all perks promised supporters (including cast autographs and DVD sets of the series) will still be honored.

The note on the series page reads:

"Thank you so much for your support over the last 3 months. We are going on Hiatus. We hope to come back with an amazing show for you with perfection in place. To all those that donated to our Crowdfunding, your perks will still be honored as we plan to re launch within in a month with new funding in place. Thank you all so very much. We promise not to make a mess of it next time."

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