The Idolmaster

30 minutes

The central aspect of the plot for The Idolmaster deals with the training of prospective pop idols on their way to stardom. The main talent agency featured in the series is 765 Production (765 Pro), a rising studio located in a small office. Other studios include 876 Production (876 Pro), 961 Production (961 Pro), 346 Production (346 Pro) and 315 Production (315 Pro). At 765 Pro, there are initially 10 idols the player can choose: Haruka Amami, Chihaya Kisaragi, Yukiho Hagiwara, Yayoi Takatsuki, Ritsuko Akizuki, Azusa Miura, Iori Minase, Makoto Kikuchi, and Ami and Mami Futami (who work as a pair).[1] Three additional idols later added to 765 Pro include: Miki Hoshii, Hibiki Ganaha and Takane Shijo. A recurring theme in the series emphasizes the struggles an idol must go through to achieve stardom. This is indicated by the level of an idol's tension meter. Games in the series also explore relationships between characters, ranging from the relationship that develops between an idol and a producer, to the rivalry between idols and production studios.

30 minutes

The central aspect of the plot for The Idolmaster deals with the training of prospective pop idols on their way to stardom. The main talent agency featured in the series is 765 Production (765 Pro), a rising studio located in a small office. Other studios include 876 Production (876 Pro), 961 Production (961 Pro), 346 Production (346 Pro) and 315 Production (315 Pro). At 765 Pro, there are initially 10 idols the player can choose: Haruka Amami, Chihaya Kisaragi, Yukiho Hagiwara, Yayoi Takatsuki, Ritsuko Akizuki, Azusa Miura, Iori Minase, Makoto Kikuchi, and Ami and Mami Futami (who work as a pair).[1] Three additional idols later added to 765 Pro include: Miki Hoshii, Hibiki Ganaha and Takane Shijo. A recurring theme in the series emphasizes the struggles an idol must go through to achieve stardom. This is indicated by the level of an idol's tension meter. Games in the series also explore relationships between characters, ranging from the relationship that develops between an idol and a producer, to the rivalry between idols and production studios.

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A series of short, humorous vignettes showcasing some of the daily aspects of the staff and idols of 765 Production, such as a karaoke outing or a battle over rotating sushi.

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s1e26 The Story of 765PRO
December 23, 2011
A series of short, humorous vignettes showcasing some of the daily aspects of the staff and idols of 765 Production, such as a karaoke outing or a battle over rotating sushi.
Season Finale
Kotori visits the Producer at the hospital. The Producer expresses his wish to see the idols at the New Year's concert. As the idols of 765 Production prepare themselves for the show, the girls get a surprise visit from the Producer who manages to sneak out thanks to Kotori. The Producer gives the idols some words of encouragement especially to Haruka as he apologizes for not noticing her problem earlier. As the concert begins, the idols first sing a remix of their song "Ready!! & Change!!!". After doing a short talk to their audience, the idols announce they will be performing the song with Ritsuko on stage, as they manage to convince her to perform with them. Singing their new song, the girls get a huge applause from the crowd while the Producer, Kotori and Junjiro watch from backstage with pride and marvel at how much the girls have grown. As spring comes on, the idols greet the Producer, just been released from the hospital, at 765 Production studios where he learns not only that has Are We Live? Sunday been renewed, but that Haruka and Miki's musical will be performing nationwide, and that Junjiro also has bought a new office building for everyone using the company's earnings. But everyone at 765 Production gets a nasty surprise when they realize they have been scammed by Kuroi, since the company building their new office is owned by him and has just declared bankruptcy. Despite this setback, everyone still looks at the future with confidence as they celebrate Hanami. The series ends with Jupiter performing one of their concerts, the 876 Production idols being interviewed by Yoshizawa, and everyone at 765 Production getting their picture taken by Junjiro.

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s1e25 Everyone, Together!
December 16, 2011
Kotori visits the Producer at the hospital. The Producer expresses his wish to see the idols at the New Year's concert. As the idols of 765 Production prepare themselves for the show, the girls get a surprise visit from the Producer who manages to sneak out thanks to Kotori. The Producer gives the idols some words of encouragement especially to Haruka as he apologizes for not noticing her problem earlier. As the concert begins, the idols first sing a remix of their song "Ready!! & Change!!!". After doing a short talk to their audience, the idols announce they will be performing the song with Ritsuko on stage, as they manage to convince her to perform with them. Singing their new song, the girls get a huge applause from the crowd while the Producer, Kotori and Junjiro watch from backstage with pride and marvel at how much the girls have grown. As spring comes on, the idols greet the Producer, just been released from the hospital, at 765 Production studios where he learns not only that has Are We Live? Sunday been renewed, but that Haruka and Miki's musical will be performing nationwide, and that Junjiro also has bought a new office building for everyone using the company's earnings. But everyone at 765 Production gets a nasty surprise when they realize they have been scammed by Kuroi, since the company building their new office is owned by him and has just declared bankruptcy. Despite this setback, everyone still looks at the future with confidence as they celebrate Hanami. The series ends with Jupiter performing one of their concerts, the 876 Production idols being interviewed by Yoshizawa, and everyone at 765 Production getting their picture taken by Junjiro.
Idolmaster episode 12
s1e12 A Goal with a One-Way Path
September 23, 2011
September 23, 2011
A Goal with a One-Way Path
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s1e17 Makoto, A True Prince
October 28, 2011
October 28, 2011
Makoto, A True Prince
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s1e18 Lots of, Everything
November 4, 2011
November 4, 2011
Lots of, Everything
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s1e20 Promise
November 18, 2011
November 18, 2011
Promise
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s1e21 Like a Flower Blooming
November 25, 2011
November 25, 2011
Like a Flower Blooming
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s1e22 On Christmas Eve
December 2, 2011
December 2, 2011
On Christmas Eve
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s1e23 I
December 9, 2011
December 9, 2011
I
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s1e24 Dream
December 16, 2011
December 16, 2011
Dream
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s1e25 Everyone, Together!
December 16, 2011
December 16, 2011
Everyone, Together!
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s1e26 The Story of 765PRO
December 23, 2011
December 23, 2011
The Story of 765PRO
Season Finale

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