Haruka Nanami, an aspiring composer from the countryside, longs to write music for her beloved idol, Hayato Ichinose. Determined to accomplish this goal, she enrolls into Saotome Academy, a highly regarded vocational school for the performing arts. Upon her arrival, Haruka soon learns that everyone on staff, including the headmaster, is either an idol, a composer, or a poet. To top it all off, she is surrounded by incredibly talented future idols and composers, and the competition among the students is fierce; with the possibility of recruitment by the Shining Agency upon graduation, the stakes are incredibly high. As she strives to reach her dream at the academy, one fateful night, a series of events lead Haruka to a mysterious man standing in the moonlight, and he seems a bit familiar... [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Entering her Master's course, Nanami Haruka is facing an even more difficult time. And she isn't the only one. The main six members of Starish are assigned new seniors to watch over them! But the seniors aren't having the best attitudes about it. Watch Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love 2000% and find yourself completely engaged in a whole new adventure mixed in with comedy and romance!
On her first day of work at her father's small production agency, Tsumugi Takanashi was not expecting to be made the manager of the agency's new male idol group. Though shocked that her father is trusting her with such a major project so soon, Tsumugi vows to do everything she can to support the seven young boys. After seeing how well the boys work as a team, Tsumugi meets with her father and learns that her first job as manager will be to cut four boys from the group. This is because her father believes seven idols are too much to manage, and the current top group, TRIGGER, only has three members. After holding an impromptu audition, Tsumugi returns to her father and boldly declares that she refuses to cut anyone from the group, as each member has a unique allure which collectively enhances the group's appeal. She returns to the boys and they are thrilled that none of them will get to miss out on their dreams. Together they become IDOLiSH7, and prepare to take on the fiercely competitive world of idols. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Freshly graduating middle school, energetic 15-year-old Hiyori Suzumi moves from her coastal hometown to Tokyo, pursuing her dream of being a track and field runner. Unfortunately, as soon as her first high school year begins, she faces an imminent problem that ultimately causes her to find a part-time job to cover living costs. After searching through countless prospective workplaces, Hiyori stumbles upon a posting looking for event staff, to which she gets accepted against all odds. It is revealed that she will be working as a manager-in-training for LIPxLIP, a rising male idol group composed of Yuujirou Someya and Aizou Shibasaki—both of whom are coincidentally her classmates. Despite this shocking revelation, Hiyori is resolved to do her best with balancing her studies, her ambition, and most importantly, her role as LIPxLIP's attendant. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The third anime adaptation of the otome game Uta no☆Prince-sama♪. Starish are given new assignments in newly divided teams, and they do their best in order to try and impress Shining Saotome into allowing their entry to SSS, a top level music contest. Meanwhile, Haruka works with the Quartet Night.
As luck would have it, on her first day at Holbein Entertainment Co., Miki Ishimoto is tasked with managing a brand new idol group! A recent college graduate, Ishimoto is eager to begin her career in the industry. However, her department's responsibility is...statues?! The statues in question are the Sekkou Boys, or "The Rockies," a boy band comprised of four Greco-Roman sculptures: St. George, Mars, Hermes, and Medici. These four busts are new to the entertainment scene, and it is up to Miki to ensure the Rockies' prosperity in the idol world. But will they be a stone-cold success? Or will Miki's management prove to be a rocky start to stardom? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Yumenosaki Academy has been home to the best boy idols of different generations. Holding immense influence over the school, its student council maintains the status quo by enforcing old traditions with an iron fist. Transfer student Anzu winds up attending as the very first member in the production course, making her the sole female student in the entire school. There, she meets Subaru Akehoshi, Hokuto Hidaka, Mao Isara, and Makoto Yuuki—her classmates and members of the idol unit "Trickstar." The academy holds Dream Idol Festivals—stage battles that put its students' singing and dancing skills against each other, with the audience voting on the winner. Winning these "DreFes" guarantees the members of the idol unit various privileges and prestige. However, with the student council intervening and punishing everyone involved in an unsanctioned DreFes, the members of Trickstar find that they can no longer sit around and let it continue. Alongside Anzu as their producer, they plot to become the revolutionaries of the academy. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The anime's story follows Tsubasa, a new hire in the A&R department of the major recording company Gandala Music. Tsubasa is immediately assigned to oversee the idol unit "B-PROJECT," which is made up of three idol groups: Kitakore, THRIVE, and MooNs. This is Tsubasa's first job, and she gets involved in various incidents and accidents as she deals with this group of young men who each have their own differing personalities. (Source: ANN)
Yuuta Hoshitani enrolls in the prestigious Ayanagi Academy in hopes of finding the high school student who inspired him. The academy is well-known for producing exceptional musical talent, but students must first compete for acceptance into the Musical Department. At the top of the department is the Kao Council—a group of third-year students who possess a great deal of influence over the school and admission into the department. The fastest route to entering the department for Hoshitani is to find a way into a Star Team, which would allow him to be taught by a member of the Kao Council. After catching the eyes of Itsuki Ootori, Hoshitani finds himself under the tutelage of the Kao Council's most eccentric member. Alongside him on Team Ootori is his roommate, Tooru Nayuki, fledgling Kabuki actor Kakeru Tengenji, the quiet Shuu Kuga, and Kaito Tsukigami, the younger brother of famous Ayanagi alumni Haruto. As Hoshitani struggles with his lack of talent, his teammates must also overcome their shortcomings. Facing opposition from other talented Star Teams, including the other four members of the Kao Council, Team Ootori must carve their own path as they aim to perform in the Ayanagi Festival. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The anime's story will start where the third season left off, at the competition for who will open the Triple S international sporting event. Raging Entertainment's HE★VENS idol group had hijacked the competition between QUARTET NIGHT and ST☆RISH, causing chaos. However, after the QUARTET NIGHT members suggest a certain idea, the three groups aim toward a new stage, with HE★VENS swearing to get their revenge on the other two groups. (Source: ANN)
Following their performance at the Black or White event, the idol group IDOLiSH7 is at the height of its popularity, with offers for various concerts and work coming in every day, much to the joy of the seven boys and their manager. However, as their fame continues to rise, Riku Nanase's health begins worsening due to the heavy workload. With the gigantic idol duo Re:vale showing interest in the group and the reopening event of the Zero Arena coming up, IDOLiSH7: Second Beat follows IDOLiSH7 as they not only struggle to adapt to the challenges of the idol life but also to face their personal troubles, all while continuously meeting the expectations of their treasured fans. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Tsukino Talent Productions is home to two up-and-coming idol units named Six Gravity and Procellarum. The units all live together in the same dormitory and try to juggle their budding careers and daily lives. At their joint handshake event, unit leaders Hajime Mutsuki and Shun Shimotsuki announce the "Full Moon Festival"—a collaboration concert in a few months. Excited about the upcoming event, these 12 male idols must learn to collaborate with each other in order to pull it off successfully. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Unaired episode included in the seventh Blu-ray and DVD volumes. Haruka is busy working at the agency so she can't help the idols with the preparations for the Christmas Party held by Shining Agency. A lot of memories and information are revealed while Starish is preparing for the party.
Kazuki Yoshino and Yuuya Niyodo are idols who make up the duo ZINGS. While Kazuki gives his all in every performance, Yuuya views the job as just another means of making money. Yuuya's apathetic attitude toward the fans and inability to take his job seriously causes his manager to give him an ultimatum: unless he starts putting in more effort, he will be fired. Backstage, Yuuya meets Asahi Mogami, an idol dressed in a colorful costume. Asahi would have had a bright future ahead of her—had she not died a year prior. Even as a ghost, Asahi wants nothing more than to perform for fans again. When she finds out that Yuuya does not hold the same passion for the idol life that she once did, she is overcome by a fit of rage and demands that he let her take his place. In a strange twist, Yuuya wakes up to find that Asahi has possessed him and can do what he is too lazy to do himself. With Asahi performing for him, Yuuya thinks he has a ticket to an easy idol life. However, Asahi has other plans. Though she is no longer alive, she wishes for Yuuya to find the ambition that she still has. Together, she wants them to become the best idol the world has ever seen. But can an unmotivated man like Yuuya ever care about anything besides money? [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A newly created entertainment agency, 315 Production, specializes in scouting prospective idols who previously held other jobs. Whether they were a former lawyer, surgeon, or pilot, they had a place at the agency. As they grow to understand their new positions, they'll aim to achieve their dreams of becoming top idols! (Source: The Idolm@ster Wikia)
Nearing their first debut anniversary and with their popularity still on the rise, IDOLiSH7 set a date for a live tour to express their gratitude toward their fans. Meanwhile, the Black or White event draws closer—and as the previous year's winners—the group must prepare to take on the challengers. Looking to solidify their reputation in the world of idols, IDOLiSH7 are determined to come out victorious and settle the score once and for all with their rival, TRIGGER. While working around their packed schedules, IDOLiSH7, TRIGGER, and Re:vale meet powerful figures in the entertainment industry. In the midst of the hectic period, some members catch wind of a scandalous rumor regarding IDOLiSH7. As the members of IDOLiSH7 begin to worry about their image, their bonds are put to the test, all while a spiteful figure begins to carry out a certain plan behind the scenes. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
At the Budokan, an annual event known as the Tsukino Concert puts Tsukino Entertainment Production's best and brightest idol units on the stage. The leaders of idol groups SolidS, SOARA, QUELL, and Growth must compose four unique and distinctive songs for their respective units, which they will perform on the second day of the festival. Composing four new songs proves to be a difficult task for SolidS's leader, Shiki Takamura, as he struggles to find inspiration. Sora Oohara must learn to overcome past mistakes while propelling his unit, SOARA, to the top. Wanting to escape his past stardom, Shuu Izumi is determined to push his unit, QUELL, up to the level of popularity that his previous one had. Growth finds themselves working together with a rival group, ZIX, prior to their debut—something that leader Kouki Etou is reluctant to do. Tsukipro The Animation tells the stories of these four units simultaneously as they go through their daily lives while preparing for the Tsukino Concert. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
A new school year has begun at Ayanagi Academy for Yuuta Hoshitani and the members of Team Ootori. As the school's annual graduation performance titled "Shadow and Lights" quickly approaches, the second-years in the Musical Department must participate in the production as part of their curriculum. Out of the 25 students in the division, five of them will receive a training role and actively participate as actors in the program alongside the graduating class. Attaining one of these coveted spots will not only increase a student's academic standing within the department, but it will also put them in the running for a position on the elite Kao Council. While every student in the department strives to obtain one of the five training roles, Team Yuzuriha's Riku Ageha is practically a front-runner for the role of Alexis' Shadow. Having idolized an Ayanagi alumnus' performance of Alexis, Ageha has spent a majority of his life perfecting the portrayal in hopes of being selected for the show. In contrast, Hoshitani's lack of experience in show business puts him at a great disadvantage for any of the roles in the production. With specialized training from the "Ancients"—former Kao Council members and Ayanagi alumni—the second-years give it their all as they aim for the stars and beyond. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The freshly debuted idol group Marginal#4 dreams of delivering their kisses to the end of the galaxy. Composed of Atom Kirihara, Rui Aiba, and the twins L and R Nomura, Marginal#4 aims to reach the top of the idol world, following in the footsteps of Pythagoras Productions' previous idol group, Lagrange Point. When they aren't performing, however, the boys of Marginal#4 are ordinary high school students. From securing a club room and chasing down missing underwear to filming commercials, their days are packed with various hijinks. As the boys navigate a flurry of events, they try to become shooting star sensations and charm the hearts of their fans, known as the Starclusters. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
School begins at Étoile Vio School, where idol-hopeful students known as "I-Chu" will undergo training to become full-fledged idols. However, things are off to a strange start when the new students are given a speech from their bear principal?! The I-Chu work steadily toward their goals and ask, "What is an idol?" Each boy will learn to shine as they struggle to find their answer. (Source: MAL News)
At a theater called Hollywood Tokyo in Harajuku, members of the idol group "Shounen Hollywood" develop their talents with diligent work and studying. (Source: ANN)
On a cold night, idol group TRIGGER reunite at a bar to celebrate the anniversary of the day they started working together. Two years prior, Ryuunosuke Tsunashi leaves his Okinawan home and heads to Tokyo, hoping to become an idol and pay off his father's debt. While waiting for the manager, he is instead picked up by Gaku Yaotome—son of Yaotome Productions' CEO and Ryuunosuke's future co-worker—and they go to meet the mysterious Ten Kujou, the last member of the group. Gaku wants to confront Ten, as he is dubious of Ten's position as the center of the group. Fortunately, with Ryuunosuke's help, the three of them are able to hit it off, and thus TRIGGER is born. However, there still remain obstacles they have to overcome before their rise to fame. In the present day, their rivals IDOLiSH7 also have their own set of problems. From planning what to do on their free days to resolving a long-lasting dispute, they are ready to work together and face these problems head-on. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Tsubasa continues her job at the A&R department of the major recording company Gandala Music. The idol group "B-PROJECT" that she has been in charge of, now made up of four idol units instead of three: Kitakore, Thrive, MooNs, and KiLLER KiNG. Tsubasa must deals with not only the various challenges of her job but also a group of young men with different personalities. (Source: ANN)
Due to rising sea levels and a rapidly declining human population, androids have been engineered to perform most menial tasks, allowing humans to focus on other things. Aside from providing manual labor and customer service, androids also entertain humans through Babel—a tower where participants captivate audiences with song and dance to clear Climb Stages. The higher the climb, the more prize money is awarded. Androids Cobalt, Chrom, Neon, and Kei are down on their luck and about to have their electricity cut off from unpaid bills. Desperate to make a quick buck, the group decide to become Babel climbers. However, winning the audience's favor is a great challenge. Dejected but unwilling to give up, Cobalt resolves to somehow improve their chances after watching an impressive performance by STAND-ALONE—the top climber unit. When the group stumbles across a mysterious choreographer willing to give away his routine, Cobalt sees this as their only way up. With the help of their human companion, Esora Shibaura, the androids form the unit KNoCC to tackle the daunting climb to the top of Babel, but they must also overcome android-based discrimination along the way. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Due to his cheerful personality and ability to smile even through a hard day's work, Kanade Amamiya is suddenly scouted into the idol life by industry legend Haruto Mikami. He joins the agency D-4 Production where he meets fellow high schoolers Shin Oikawa, Junya Sasaki, Itsuki Katagiri, and Chizuru Sawamura, who all aspire to become idols. Inspired by their determination, Kanade embraces this new life. A perfect chance for his debut appears when they are grouped together to perform at the company's Dream Festival. To rise to the top, they must collect Dorika—cards given by the audience that idols use to form their stage outfits—and gain the audience's attention. However, the road to fame is a rocky one, and the boys must form a bond of friendship and trust before they can reach their goals. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
The story follows six middle-aged men who have experienced success and failures in their lives. One day, they decide to become an idol group and overcome such barriers as their age and their physical condition. (Source: MAL News)
IDOLiSH7 is more successful than ever, but no one is smiling because a new threat has taken the stage: the debuting idol group ŹOOĻ. Managed by the nefarious entertainment executive Ryou Tsukumo, they will stop at nothing to get their way, resorting to all kinds of underhanded tactics to bring down their rivals. TRIGGER's image has already been ruined by scandal, and IDOLiSH7 and Re:vale are headed for the same fate—or worse. Meanwhile, Zero, the legendary idol who disappeared 15 years ago, continues to haunt the present through those he left behind. His manager seems to be in contact with Tsukumo for his own schemes, and Zero's songwriter reveals himself in a letter after having been missing for years. IDOLiSH7 finds an ally in Re:vale to thwart ŹOOĻ's plans while trying to make sense of Zero's colleagues' actions, but it may be impossible for everyone to emerge unscathed. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Idol groups ST☆RISH, QUARTET NIGHT, and HE★VENS take to the stage in this feature-length animated concert. The three groups sing, dance, and welcome cheering fans to the Maji Love Kingdom. (Source: ANN)
Following a successful graduation performance, Yuuta Hoshitani and the rest of the second years begin preparations for the upcoming Ayanagi Festival. This year's festival is the first time the students will be without their Kao Council mentors, giving them the creative freedom to do what they want. Hoping to perform alongside each other for once, the second years decide to put on a joint production together. The festival’s opening ceremony will also serve another purpose—to reveal next year's Kao Council candidates. The Kao Council announces that Team Hiiragi was selected for the opening ceremony performance, preventing them from participating in the collaboration. This shocks and enrages Hoshitani and the others, driving a rift between them and the Kao Council. In an effort to realize their dreams, the students begin to hatch a plan to ensure that all of the second years can perform together on stage. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Kazuya is a 16-year-old, popular idol singer who has loads of female fans. Other than rehearse or sign autographs, he plays video games with his friend Akihiko. Akihiko is more violent than sweet toward Kazuya, but he is protective of him despite the many arguments they may get into. Akihiko later on confesses his love to Kazuya. (Source: ANN)
Akira Kiyose, a high schooler who loves to sing, gets recruited by a talent agency called sMiLea Production. Akira learns that the legendary idols "Anela," who shocked the world with their sudden retirement, are behind the agency developing talent. Together with Banri Naoe and Chihiro Isuzugawa, also recruited by the agency, they form an idol group as they chase their dream towards super stardom alongside other idol groups "LEGIT" and "JAXX/JAXX." (Source: Aniplex USA, edited)
The unit Over The Rainbow succeeds in its debut. Aiming to become like the boy band, more students enroll in Edel Rose. Hiro and the others begin practice for the Prism King Cup, an event that is held once every four years. However, a rival called "Schwarz Rose" appears... Who will become the Prism King, the one who can make girls' hearts throb the most!? (Source: ANN)
Six Gravity and Procellarum, Tsukino Talent Productions' best male idol groups, are preparing for this year's edition of the Full Moon Festival. The show's theme is "a new self," which seems to excite all the members. Some of the members from both units struggle to find inspiration for the theme, having matured from their last festival appearance. As they continue their daily lives while juggling their show business responsibilities, each of the Six Gravity and Procellarum members discover the meaning of "a new self." [Written by MAL Rewrite]
For the members of SolidS, Growth, SOARA, and QUELL, the Tsukino Talent Productions' Live 2021 Summer Carnival is coming soon. The two-day event will culminate with a joint live performance featuring all four units. Due to the size and setup of the stage, each unit will need to create new songs and choreographies to accompany them in the riveting second season of Tsukipro The Animation. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
After a successful Ayanagi Festival, Yuuta Hoshitani and the members of Team Ootori celebrate the beginning of a new year and their final semester as first years at Ayanagi Academy. However, with Itsuki Ootori expelled from the Kao Council, Team Ootori no longer qualifies as a Star Team. Stripped of their privileges, they also will not be allowed to participate in the upcoming graduation ceremony. Desperate to get their mentor back, Hoshitani and the others hatch a plan to convince the Kao Council to allow Ootori to reassume his former position. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
ARP: A 4-member dance and vocal group created by the latest AR technology. This popular group got their start with Avex, and are unique for their interactive concerts which combine highly-skilled song and dance routines with a format that changes based on how much the fans are cheering them on. (Source: Crunchyroll)
Shorts featuring the characters reimagined as idols.
Second Season of Shounen Hollywood: Holly Stage for 49.
VAZZY and ROCK DOWN are the two units that make up Tsukino Talent Production's all-male VAZZROCK group. Led by Takaaki Mamiya and Shou Onoda respectively, both units announce via a round-table livestream that they are working hard to prepare for the upcoming VAZZROCK Live Flawless event. From taking extra dancing and singing lessons to starring in a TV period drama, these 12 idols must give it their all as they work toward a spectacular show that will impress their fans. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
TV version of the King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars movies. After appearing in the Prism King Cup representing Edel Rose, and getting a glimpse of what it was like to a be a future Prism Star, Ichijo Shin entered Kakyoin Academy’s High School division in spring and became a first-year high school student. Koji, Hiro, and Kazuki from Over The Rainbow left Edel Rose and established a new agency. They were all keeping quite busy. Meanwhile, after having the title of Prism King stolen by Hiro, the leader of Schwarz Rose, Norizuki Jin, proposes PRISM.1, which would decide a new king other than Prism King. He then announces that Schwarz Rose and Edel Rose will be competing with each other. While everyone is preparing for PRISM.1, Yukinojo is torn between being in kabuki and the Prism Show. He doesn’t feel like he’s living up to his potential in either and doesn’t know what to do. His father sees him like this and tells him to leave the world of Prism Shows... (Source: Crunchyroll)
The story of "Ensemble Stars!! Road to Show!!" picks up in New York City and acts as a direct sequel to the anime, where the main characters have gathered for an awards ceremony because three of the movies they have created have been nominated. Considering that they are in the Big Apple, the idols decide to visit different locations in the city, but things are not exactly what they seem, and it's up to the protagonists to figure out what sinister force may be hiding behind the curtains. (Source: Looper)
With the great success of "Maji LOVE LIVE Kingdom," the members of ST☆RISH have been busy with their idol activities. However, while their success has brought a sense of fulfillment, they began to have feelings they never felt before. "What do we do from now on..." At that time, a call comes in from the Shining Office summoning everyone to receive a "reward." What is it...? This is the behind-the-scenes story of ST☆RISH, connecting "Maji LOVE Kingdom" to the "Maji LOVE ST☆RISH Tours." (Source: HIDIVE, edited)
The idol unit "B-PROJECT" has successfully completed their second JAPAN Dome live concert, and changes are afoot at the major record company "Gandara Music." Tsubasa Sumisora, who works as an A&R, will now oversee not only "KitaKore," "THRIVE," "MooNs," and "KiLLER KiNG" but also a new artist from a different genre named "Ultras." The synergy created from the meeting of B-PROJECT and Ultras is now resonating with a thrilling and passionate "love call"! (Source: Crunchyroll)
An anime movie based on HoneyWorks' LIPxLIP virtual idol unit, commemorating the music circle's 10th anniversary. (Source: MAL News)
Voy@ger is conceptual movie produced in commemoration of the 16th anniversary of the iDOLM@STER franchise. It features an image song of the same name, gathering 15 different idols from 5 different sub-franchises. (Source: ANN)
Halloween has arrived at Ayanagi Academy, bringing copious amounts of pumpkins, decorations, and delicious seasonal foods with it. Yuuta Hoshitani and his classmates enjoy preparing for the festivities until Kouki Nanjou tells a creepy ghost story, putting all of them on edge. As night draws closer, the lights in their dormitory go out and ghosts begin to appear, making the group believe that Nanjou's eerie tale is actually rooted in truth! While Hoshitani and a few others cower in fear, the rest of them investigate the supernatural occurrence to find the truth behind what is really going on. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Official music video for IDOLiSH7's song MEMORiES MELODiES. It was also included on the "MONSTER GENERATiON" album.
Official music video for TRIGGER's song Leopard Eyes also released on the album "SECRET NIGHT." The male idol group is primarily a rival to IDOLiSH7, the latter of which is also the name of the overall game franchise being adapted.
Official music video for Re:vale's song NO DOUBT from the IDOLiSH7 game franchise. Re:vale is a duo boy idol group introduced in the 2nd half of the main story of IDOLiSH7.
Unaired episode included with the 7th volume of the BD/DVD release of The iDOLM@STER SideM.
A live performance by IDOLiSH7, TRIGGER, Re:vale, and ŹOOĻ , 4 groups with different charms, will meet in one place, and the grand live entertainment will begin! (Source: Translated, edited from official website)
Official music video for TRIGGER's song DIAMOND FUSION also released on their "HEAVENLY VISITOR" album. The male idol group is primarily a rival to IDOLiSH7, the latter of which is also the name of the overall game franchise being adapted.
Official music video for TRIGGER's song DAYBREAK INTERLUDE also released on their "REGALITY" album. The male idol group is primarily a rival to IDOLiSH7, the latter of which is also the name of the overall game franchise being adapted.
New Ensemble Stars!! web animated series based on the game story "Element".
Upon the broadcast of Starmyu 2nd Season's final episode on Tuesday, it was announced that it will get a special episode airing on June 27. It will be airing a 27-minute duration of the musical parts. (Source: MAL News)
A music video for the theme song of game "Utapri Shining Live", performed by QUARTET NIGHT.
A prologue to Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Movie: Maji Love ST☆RISH Tours.
The first movie in the four-part King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars movie series.
A music video for the theme song of the mobile game "Utapri Shining Live", performed by ST☆RISH.
Official music video for IDOLiSH7's song "Mr.AFFECTiON" for the 2019 BĻACK OR WHiTE event.
Official music video for IDOLiSH7's song WiSH VOYAGE also released on the album of the same name.
Official music video for Re:vale's song Re-raise from the IDOLiSH7 game franchise. Re:vale is a duo boy idol group introduced in the 2nd half of the main story of IDOLiSH7.
Official music video for ŹOOĻ's song "Bang!Bang!Bang!" for the 2019 BĻACK OR WHiTE event. The group is a rival group to IDOLiSH7.
The DVD/BD release of Ensemble Stars! will contain chibi picture dramas.
Official music video for IDOLiSH7's song Nanatsu-iro REALiZE also released on the album of the same name.
Short videos are released each month on YouTube to celebrate the character's birthdays.
It has now been one year since six middle-aged guys with nothing left to lose started this idol group under one rood, with stars in their eyes. Overcoming various hardships and strengthening their bonds one step at a time, they have made progress into their new lives. Now you can watch in theaters the story of what comes next for the Eternal Bos, in this three-vignette feature. (Source: Polygon Pictures)
Special episode of Starmyu 3rd Season. Like 2nd Season, it will be a mix of musical parts.
A video uploaded to the Happy Elements YouTube channel in order to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Ensemble Stars mobile game.
New Ensemble Stars!! web animated series based on the game story "Crossroad".
Unaired episode bundled with the special edition of The iDOLM@STER SideM Wake Atte Mini! Returns manga. 315 Production clerk Ken Yamamura was organizing the costumes of the idols in the office. Shinsoku Ikkon and Legenders also went there and helped organize the costumes while feeling nostalgic for the past.
A music video for one of Ensemble Star's newest units, ALKALOID, of their debut song Kiss of Life.
Short Stories of ARP Backstage Pass that describe the secret of the ARP members and everyday life.
Short Anime Bundled in Movie Blu-ray of King of Prism by Pretty Rhythm.
Mini anime for Heroine Tarumono! Kiraware Heroine to Naisho no Oshigoto released on the official Twitter.
The second movie in the four-part King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars movie series.
A music video for one of Ensemble Star's newest units, Crazy:B, of their debut song Crazy Roulette.
The Third movie in the four-part King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars movie series.
A collection of the lives from the King of Prism franchise. The best ten live scenes were chosen by the fans out of twenty-eight scenes. Also includes a new scene from King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars.
The fourth movie in the four-part King of Prism: Shiny Seven Stars movie series.
New Ensemble Stars!! web animated series based on the game story "Checkmate".