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Episodes: 12 Genre(s): Slice-of-life, Comedy Aired: Apr 2017 – Jun 2017 Also known as: ひなこのーと Summary: After being inspired by a theatre play, countrygirl Hinako moves to Tokyo in order to join Fujiyama High School’s theater club. Will shy Hinako be able to learn how to converse with others normally without freezing up?
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Episodes: 12 Genre(s): Horror, Slice-of-life, Comedy Aired: July 2015 to Sep 2015 Also known as: School-Live!, Gakkougurashi!, がっこうぐらし！ Summary: Gakkou Gurashi! follows the daily antics of the School Living Club in Megurigaoka Private High School. The club members include the childish Takeya Yuki, the reliable president Wakasa Yuuri, the athletic Ebisuzawa Kurumi, the mature kouhai Naoki Miki, the supervising teacher Sakura
The third movie in the franchise. Wow!
The biggest promoted event in Manoyama is about to begin! (Spoilers in this review)
Episodes: 12 Genre(s): Schoolgirl Idol, Drama Aired: Jan 2014 to Mar 2014 Also known as: WUG! Summary: Wake Up, Girls! follows the internal and external struggles of being a small-time idol girl band, from finding and accepting gigs to competing in popularity against other pop bands. The girls also come to accept their pasts as well as becoming more certain about
Episodes: 12 Genre(s): Slice-of-life, Sci-fi, Mecha, Comedy Aired: Apr 2017 to June 2017 Also known as: フレームアームズ・ガール Summary: The story begins when Ao opens a package that arrives at her doorstep. Inside the package is Gourai, a Frame Arms Girl, which is a small robot capable of independent movement. Gourai is a newly-developed prototype: a Frame Arms Girl equipped
And the start of an idol franchise begins with a movie. Is Wake Up, Girls! Shichinin no Idol worth your time?