22/7 (TV)

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Alternative title:
Nanabun no Nijyūni (Japanese)
ナナブンノニジュウニ (Japanese)
22/7 nanabun no nijyuuni
Plot Summary: One day, Miu Takigawa suddenly receives a letter notifying her that she has been chosen as a member of a brand-new project. Half in disbelief, she heads over to the location stated on the letter. There, she finds seven other girls summoned there in the same fashion. The girls behold a giant, top-secret facility. They stand in bewilderment as they are told they are going to debut for a major record label as an idol group. A new kind of idol, never-before-seen, is about to be born here
User Ratings: 46 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 5 votes (sub:5)
 Excellent: 12 votes (sub:12)
 Very good: 10 votes (sub:10)
 Good: 8 votes (sub:8)
 Decent: 6 votes (sub:5, raw:1)
 So-so: 2 votes (sub:2)
 Not really good: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Weak: 2 votes (sub:2)
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Seen in part or in whole by 106 users, rank: #4270 (of 7934)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.609 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.7505, rank: #1260 (of 7998)
Weighted mean: 7.548 (Very good−), rank: #1251 (of 7998) (seen all: 7.81 / won't finish: 4.19)
Bayesian estimate: 7.539 (Very good−), rank: #1043 (of 6086)
Vintage: 2020-01-11
Opening Theme:
"Muzui" (Difficult) by 22/7
Ending Theme:
"Sora no Emerald" (Emerald of the Sky) by 22/7
Reviews: Show:
22/7 ‒ Episode 12 (Mar 30, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 11 (Mar 25, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 10 (Mar 17, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 9 (Mar 8, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 8 (Mar 2, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 7 (Feb 24, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 6 (Feb 17, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 5 (Feb 10, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 4 (Feb 3, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episode 3 (Jan 27, 2020)
22/7 ‒ Episodes 1-2 (Jan 20, 2020)
22/7 (Jan 20, 2020)
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Japanese staff
Japanese companies
Director: Takao Abo
Series Composition:
Chiaki Nagai
Reiji Miyajima
Script: Chiaki Nagai (ep 1)
Storyboard: Takao Abo (ep 1)
Episode Director: Saori Tachibana (ep 1)
Character Design: Majiro
Art Director: Hotaka Okamoto (KUSANAGI)
Chief Animation Director:
Akira Takata
Majiro
Satomi Tamura
Animation Director:
Kenji Terao (ep 1)
Mayuko Yamamoto (ep 1)
Takashi Narikawa (ep 1)
Sound Director: Akiko Fujita
Cgi Director:
Hiroyuki Yoshida (SHIROGUMI)
Nao Kudō
Director of Photography: Yuusaku Murakami

Art Setting: Eiko Tsunadō (KUSANAGI)
Assistant Animation Director:
Sakurako Sagano (ep 1)
Sana Komatsu (ep 1)
Satomi Tamura (ep 1)
Tomoki Kōda (ep 1)
Yoshihiro Kasahara (ep 1)
Yu Saito (齊藤悠; ep 1)
Yūri Ichinose (ep 1)
Assistant Director: Satsuki Takahashi
Color design: Naomi Nakano
Editing: Hitomi Sudō
Key Animation:
Shoko Naoki (ep 4)
Zayd Ghassan (ep 4)
Prop Design: Mayuko Yamamoto
Animation Check: A-1 Pictures (ep 12)
Animation Production: A-1 Pictures
Art Direction: Kusanagi
Background Art: Kusanagi
Background Art Cooperation:
CoMix Wave Films (OP; eps 4-5)
Cosmos Arts (OP)
Nam Hai (eps 1-12)
Studio WHO (eps 7-12)
CG:
A-1 Pictures (OP; eps 3, 5-12)
David Production (OP; eps 1-12)
Dwango (eps 8, 12)
Ignis Image Works Corp. (eps 8, 12)
Shirogumi Inc.
Finish Animation:
A-1 Pictures (OP; 9 episodes
eps 1-4, 6-9, 12
)

Akatsuki (ep 3)
Animesh (ep 8)
Artemis (ep 2)
Asahi Production (OP; ED for ep 11; 9 episodes
eps 1, 3-4, 6-7, 9-12
)

Big Owl (ep 3)
Bird (OP; eps 1-2, 4, 8)
CloverWorks (ep 1)
DEFA (eps 2, 8)
Dogwood (OP)
Dr. Movie (ep 7)
Giga Production (eps 6-8)
GK Sales (OP; eps 6, 12)
Hybrid Labo (ep 8)
Jumondo (ep 3)
Line Farm (ep 2)
Marbean Animation (ep 9)
Niandai Animation (ep 5)
R.I.C (ep 4)
Reboot (eps 3-4, 8, 10)
Revival (eps 1, 12)
Seven Seas (eps 6, 12)
SILVER LINK. (eps 1, 9)
Stella Road (eps 1-3, 9)
Studio Elle (OP; ED for ep 11; 9 episodes
eps 1-3, 5, 7, 9-12
)

Studio Gram (OP; eps 1, 4, 8, 10)
Studio Hibari (ep 2)
Studio Road (ep 7)
Studio Targe (ep 2)
Triple A (eps 7-10)
VISTA (eps 2, 8)
Xuyang Animation (ep 5)
Youli Animation (eps 5, 11)
In-Between Animation:
A-1 Pictures (OP; 7 episodes
eps 1-2, 4, 7-10
)

Akatsuki (ep 3)
Asahi Production (OP; ED for ep 11; 9 episodes
eps 1, 3-4, 6-10, 12
)

Big Owl (ep 3)
Candy Box (ep 2)
Dogwood (OP)
Dr. Movie (ep 7)
Ekura Animal (ep 4)
FAI International (eps 2, 8)
Giga Production (eps 6-8)
GK Sales (OP; eps 3, 6, 12)
Hybrid Labo (ep 8)
Jumondo (ep 3)
LIDEN FILMS Osaka Studio (eps 2, 4)
Marbean Animation (ep 9)
MK-Za (ep 2)
Niandai Animation (ep 5)
OLM (ep 3)
Reboot (eps 3-4, 8, 10)
Revival (eps 1, 12)
Satelight (ep 2)
Seven Seas (eps 6, 12)
Studio Elle (OP; ED for ep 11; 7 episodes
eps 1-11 odd, 12
)

Studio Gimlet (ep 8)
Studio Gram (OP; eps 1, 4, 8, 10)
Tatsunoko Production (ep 7)
TNK (eps 2, 8)
Triple A (eps 7-10, 12)
VISTA (eps 2, 6, 8)
Xuyang Animation (ep 5)
Youli Animation (eps 5, 11)
Key Animation: East Fish Studio (ep 12)
Photography:
Studio Elle
Twin Engine (eps 7-12)
Production Cooperation: Studio Elle (eps 5, 11)
Japanese cast
Chiharu Hokaze as Reika Satō
Kanae Shirosawa as Akane Maruyama
Mizuha Kuraoka as Miyako Kōno
Nagomi Saijō as Miu Takigawa
Reina Miyase as Ayaka Tachikawa
Ruri Umino as Jun Toda
Sally Amaki as Sakura Fujima
Uta Kawase as Nicole Saitō

Aya Hisakawa as Sayuki Takigawa
Kenta Miyake as Aoi Goda
Kokoa Amano as Haru Takigawa

Takehito Koyasu as Akane's father
Teppei Uenishi as Staff Member
English staff
English companies
(none)
Internet Streaming:
AnimeLab (Australia & New Zealand)
Crunchyroll
FUNimation Entertainment
Licensed by: Aniplex of America
English cast
(none)
Russian staff
Russian cast
Translation: Mikhail Loktionov (Wakanim)

Encoding: Jonathan Leroy (Wakanim RU)
Proofreader: Marina Stepantcova (Wakanim)
Publication: Jelizaveta Stolarova (Wakanim RU)
Spotting: Jonathan Leroy (Wakanim RU)
Supervision: Justine Cocquyt (Wakanim RU)
(none)
Russian companies
Internet Streaming: Wakanim (Russian-speaking countries)

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