Fuji Television said Friday that it had a written agreement with cast members of its popular reality show "Terrace House" concerning how scenes would be staged and shot, after the cyberbulling-linked death of Hana Kimura triggered a massive public outcry.

"Terrace House" came under heavy criticism and scrutiny after the 22-year-old female professional wrestler, who starred in the current series, apparently killed herself after being targeted by cyberbullies. The show was also aired on U.S. streaming service Netflix with English subtitles.

Fuji TV said that under the deal there was a provision in which members would have to agree to all instructions and decisions regarding scheduling and the way the scenes are shot, including how these are edited afterward.