On Sunday, Crunchyroll made an exciting announcement regarding the streaming of B-Project -NetsuretsuLove Call-, the highly anticipated third season of the B-PROJECT idol franchise.
Fans can catch the action as it unfolds in Japan, with the first episode scheduled to drop on Monday, October 2, at 10:30 a.m. PDT (1:30 p.m. EDT). The streaming platform will present the series under the title “B-PROJECT PassionLove Call.”
Describing the narrative of this new season, Crunchyroll sets the stage with the following storyline:
The renowned idol unit “B-PROJECT” has triumphantly wrapped up their second JAPAN Dome live concert, marking a pivotal moment in the trajectory of the major record company, “Gandara Music.”
Tsubasa Sumizora, a dedicated A&R professional, now finds herself overseeing not only familiar acts like “KITA-KORE,” “THRIVE,” “MooNs,” and “KiLLER KiNG” but also a fresh artist from an entirely different genre named “Ultras.”
The electrifying synergy born from the union of B-PROJECT and Ultras sparks a thrilling and passionate “love call” that resonates with all who witness it!
This latest installment of the series is set to premiere in Japan on October 2, initially gracing the screens of TV Tokyo, TV Osaka, and AT-X before making its debut on BS-NTV on October 5.
While the core staff and cast members are making their return, there is an interesting twist this time around: Asahi Production takes the reins of production, a change from the previous seasons that were helmed by A-1 Pictures or BN Pictures. The core creative team behind the scenes remains intact, ensuring the continuation of the B-PROJECT legacy.
- Production: Asahi Production
- Original Work: B-PROJECT (MAGES.)
- Planning, Original Work: Chiyomaru Shikura
- Executive Producer: Takanori Nishikawa
- Original Illustrations: Utako Yukihiro
B-PROJECT is MAGES’ imaginative male idol initiative, boasting character designs crafted by Utako Yukihiro, the creator of Devils and Realist.
The inaugural season of the anime debuted in July 2016, with Crunchyroll providing real-time streaming during its broadcast. Subsequently, the second season graced screens in January 2019, and Crunchyroll once again facilitated concurrent streaming of this season.
Source | Crunchyroll