The [email protected] Shiny Colors TV Anime's Video Previews Idol Dance
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The official YouTube channel for The [email protected] franchise began streaming on Monday a video previewing an idol dance scene for the television anime based on Bandai Namco Entertainment's The [email protected] Shiny Colors browser game.
The video premiered during a pre-5th anniversary livestream for the game.The anime will premiere in spring 2024. Before the television premiere, the 12-episode anime will screen in theaters starting on October 27. The anime will play in three parts in 75 theaters in 47 prefectures throughout Japan.
Mankyū ([email protected] Cinderella Girls Theater, The Ice Guy and His Cool Female Colleague) is directing the anime at Polygon Pictures. Yoichi Kato (The [email protected] Million Live!, Aikatsu!) is supervising and writing the series scripts.
Bandai Namco Entertainment's The [email protected] Shiny Colors browser game launched in April 2018. In the free-to-play game (with in-game purchases), players train idols and compete against other producers/players online in live concert performances. In addition to the game itself, the project spawned concert events, goods, CDs, and radio programs.
Sources: The [email protected] franchise's YouTube channel, Comic Natalie
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