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THRIVE Stars in New B-Project: Zecchō Emotion Visual

It looks like this series is getting ready to grow and thrive for another season.

Earlier today, the official B-Project anime website updated with a new visual for upcoming second season B-Project: Zecchō Emotion (B-Project: Summit Emotion). The new image features the three members of in-show idol group THRIVE.

B-Project Zeccho Emotion Visual  - THRIVE

B-Project: Zecchō Emotion will hit Japanese TV in January 19.

Chiyomaru Shikura (Occultic;Nine, Robotics;Notes) is credited with the original concept and planning. T.M. Revolution (Takanori Nishikawa) is the general producer for the project, while Chiyomaru Shikura (BONJOUR Sweet Love Patisserie) is credited with original character designs.

All three confirmed crew members were also attached to the project’s first season.

B-Project Key VisualThe first season of the show aired during the Summer 2016 broadcast season. The series was helmed by Eiji Suganuma (Karneval, Kodomo no Jikan) at A-1 Pictures, with Toshie Kawamura (Karneval, Smile Precure!) providing character designs. Deko Akao (Arakawa Under the Bridge, Noragami) was in charge of series composition, while Masato Nakayama (My Little Monster, You and Me.) scored the soundtrack.

Crunchyroll streamed B-Project as part of their simulcast lineup, and describes the series as:

Our protagonist, Sumisora Tsubasa, just got a job as a new A&R person at Gandala Music, one of the biggest record companies in the business.
Almost like it was a trap, as soon as she started with the company, she was put in charge of the idol unit, “B-PROJECT.” Being in charge of B-PROJECT meant that she was in charge of the three groups,
“Kitakore” “THRIVE” and “MooNs.” Because this is her first job, things don’t go that well and she’s faced with various trouble and accidents.
Be ambitious along with the ten BOYS who are all very different!

Source: MoCa News

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