B Project Season 3 Release Date: Fans of B-Project Zecchou-Emotion loved it. However, the show ended on a cliffhanger. Since then, the release of B-Project Season 3 has been eagerly anticipated by its audience.
One of the best shoujo and music series ever produced is this one. It contains excellent music, a compelling, dramatic plot, and superb music. So when will the third season of this show be available to its viewers? Here are the most recent specifics.
A cross-media initiative by Mages includes the Japanese shoujo music anime TV show B-Project. The project started with a few song previews and has now expanded to include anime, manga, music CDs, associated items, and many other things.
The first episode of this anime debuted on July 3, 2016. Similar to its second season, which premiered on January 12, 2019, it included twelve episodes.
B Project Season 3 Release Date
As we already said, during the announcement, Yukihiro merely confirmed the third season of the anime series’ renewal.
He did not provide any other information beyond that. Since this announcement was made ten months ago, the third season should already be developing. Therefore, if everything goes according to plan, B-Project Season 3 should be available by the end of 2022 for lovers of this musical idol drama.
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B-Project Season 3 has been announced!!
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— Anime Trending (@AniTrendz) November 21, 2020
B Project Season 3 Cast
Fans are still dissatisfied with the animation quality and conclusion of the first and second seasons despite the compelling plot. Will anything alter in the upcoming season? According to Crunchyroll, expectations are now high for the most recent episode to deliver better animation and a satisfying conclusion.
Chiyomaru Shikura, who conceptualized and created the original piece, was included in the first two seasons. The director of the second installment, Makoto Marikawaki, took over for Eiji Suganuma, who had directed the previous season, and Takanori Nishikawa served as the producer.
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B Project Season 3 Plot
Male idol anime B-Project has appealing music, popular male idols, and, in the words of Epic Dope, “a taste of heroin.” Utako Yukihiro, who created the Devils and Realists, is credited for creating some exquisite character designs.
It chronicles the tale of Tsubasa, a recent addition to the A&R team at the recording label Gandala Music. She is in charge of the B-Project idol unit. Tsubasa supervises the B-Projects’ daily tasks, including finishing all their events and realizing their most significant goal: performing a concert. The Japan Dome is where they want to steal the show, and they do a fantastic job of it.
After experiencing great success, Tsubasa, Kitakore, and MoonS advance in popularity and encounter Killer King. In B-Project Season 3, everything is going to start over.
B Project Season 2
Electric Boogaloo, I can fit a little time into this review, especially given how quickly this episode can be wrapped up, so I’m almost on schedule. Although Episode 2 tries to bloat the conflict and plot to lengthen the episode, I didn’t find it frustrating. However, I might become irritated if it was an episode in the middle of a series.
Though this episode primarily focuses on the stoic perfectionist Miroku Shingari (who, for some reason goes by the nickname Tono), it does reveal a little of the Killer King group dynamic. In episode two, we witness the new unit, Killer King, in action.
Tsubasa informs Killer King at the beginning of the episode that Kento and Miroku will perform in a joint performance with THRIVE as double centers (Idol talk for who gets to be in the center during performances, leading every other member in dance routines).
We returned to Tsubasa’s workplace, where she overhears Yashamaru leaving his desk with all of his possessions after quitting. Tsubasa takes it upon herself to pack up all of his belongings while wailing over the image of Yashamaru with the B-Pro boys when they were young.
She probably hasn’t disclosed the boys Yashamaru’s exact strategy for the B-Project since she feels awful that she might be to blame for his resignation. However, I’m a little perplexed by this because, in the first season, Yashamaru wanted the B-Pro boys to have a planned trip, but they declined of their own volition (for some reason) and instead leaped out of the plane and performed at Tokyo Dome.
Then again, did they feel like jumping out of a plane for no apparent reason, or did they know Yashamaru was terrible? However, Deus-ex-klutz comes to the rescue as Tsubasa unintentionally lowers the picture frame, revealing a second picture hidden beneath the group picture.
The covert image purports to show Yashamaru and a girl who resembles him (hint: same color eyes). The scenario abruptly ends with Tsubasa asking, “Who is this?” as if she cannot recognize the similarities. I appreciate that they’re dropping subtle indications about Yashamaru in each episode, as opposed to season 1, when the narrative twist for Yashamaru appeared out of nowhere with no foreshadowing.
The female looks like either Yashamaru’s sister or, in the worse case, his mother, who happens to look youthful because of anime. The absolute worst situation is if she is his girlfriend, haha. The way Tsubasa’s father probably “killed” Yashamaru’s “family” may have some bearing on this (and the possibility of his family consisting of one person, aka his sister, would be likely).
Raise your hand if you believe that Tsubasa’s sister was once an idol destroyed due to rumors or anything else that management (perhaps Tsubasa’s dad) couldn’t handle and may have even committed suicide. As a result, to soften the blow that Tsubasa’s dad didn’t actually “kill” her? I’m predicting it. B-Pro, prove me wrong.
The dance instructor, probably Yusuke Shirai, tells Miroku that he shouldn’t be in the center of the stage even though the performance is flawless in the following section of the show. After Miroku said, “I do not understand what went wrong, I was wondering,” Goshi provoked her by asking, “Do you even comprehend why you were dumped as a center?”
The following scenes are just Miroku being upset during dancing practice and trying to figure out what he did wrong. You know what? I would be upset, too, because absolutely NO ONE gives him a hint or outright states why he wasn’t good enough to be the center. For heaven’s sake, give the guy a break; you can tell he’s upset about it.
Even Goshi, a little irritated that Miroku couldn’t figure it out, won’t tell him. Like, Kento gives a hazy suggestion that he (Kento) makes a few mistakes during his dancing performance but still manages to pull it off, and then he uses the analogy that people would prefer a shoddy omelet created with love than a three-star dish from a French restaurant. I’m like, “Huh?” I get what you’re saying, but if that omelet was made poorly, I’d rather not eat it.
Anyway, Goshi still won’t answer Miroku’s question about what he is missing, which sets up the following scene, where a Terminator is pursuing Goshi. Miroku and ngl, I laughed at how ridiculous it was. Say, “Goshi, oh my gosh.”
B Project Season 3 Trailer
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