The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors Season 2 Anime Announced

    First season premieres on April 5.

    During the “The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors 6th Live Tour Come and Unite! Brilliant Blooms” concert event, Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that season 2 of The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors TV anime series is on the way. The second season will screen in theaters well ahead of its fall 2024 premiere. 

    The anime series for The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors mobile game first premiered in Japanese theaters on October 27, 2023. A total of three The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors films were released in the final quarter of 2023, each focusing on four episodes of the 12-episode cour. The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors will make its TV debut on April 5, and season 2 will follow up with advance screenings starting July 5.

    The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors Season 2 Details

    Season 2 of The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors will receive three screenings, just like the first season. The first screening will begin on July 5, followed up by the second and third screenings on August 23 and September 20. The TV broadcast will premiere sometime in fall 2024. 

    Check out the new key visual and trailers below:

    Season 2 Announcement Trailer


    The TV anime series for The Idolmaster: Shiny Colors will premiere in April 5 and run for 12 episodes in a single cour. All 12 episodes will air on TV Tokyo, BS11, and BS Nippon TV. A streaming platform for the anime has not been announced, but Crunchyroll seems likely to carry the anime.


    The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls Theater director Mankyū is directing the anime at studio Polygon Pictures. Yoichi Kato (The Idolmaster Million Live!) is the scriptwriter for the anime. The first season’s opening theme song is “Tsubasa Gravity.”

    Season 1 TV Trailer

    What’s more Bandai Namco confirms that a new game in The Idolmaster series will be revealed on March 5 This new title will be available for Android and iOS in Japan, and recent trademarks suggest it could be called “The Idolmaster Gakuen (The Idolmaster Academy).”

    Lastly, the latest game in the series, The Idolmaster Shiny Colors: Song for Prism, is available now in Japan for Android and iOS.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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