Maesetsu: Opening Act is an anime about some high school girls who dream of becoming famous Japanese comedians someday. This comedy anime has a special program coming up for fans.
In the Japanese entertainment industry, comedians open a lot of shows. They are the ones who host shows or concerts or make the necessary introductions.
The dream of the girls in Maesetsu is to one day achieve that spot in front of a huge audience.
Maesetsu: Opening Act is set for debut on 4th October in Japan. The official website of Maesetsu has announced that a special program will be aired with episode 1 of the anime.
The special program is named “Act 0 Tokuban! “. The program will contain the making scenes behind the opening theme song. A full version of the music video and a comic scene by Furiiko will also be revealed.
The main cast of the anime will appear on the special broadcast. Aguri Onishi, Naomi Ozora, Hiromi Igarashi, Sakura Nakamura, and others will be present during the broadcast. It will air on 4th October on AT-X and Tokyo MX.
Maesetsu: Opening Act’s official website has also released the music video for the opening theme song, “Pippi Happy.”
The theme song CD called “Opening Act” will feature the opening theme and the other pieces. It will be released on the 28th of October.
The opening theme is a very upbeat song that matches the energy of the characters. We can see glimpses of the girls spending their time together while working for their future.
Anime Store will broadcast the first episode of the anime on 4th October, ahead of other streaming channels. Maesetsu will premiere on Funimation starting 11th October.
The first episode will also be pre-screened by Abema and Nico Nama on 6th and 7th October, respectively.
About Maesetsu: Opening Act
Maesetsu!: Opening Act is an original anime by Kadokawa, which will release on 4th October.
The anime centers on four girls at the full bloom of their youth, working hard to achieve their dreams as they struggle valiantly.
In Japanese entertainment, Maesetsu! refers to an introductory talk or explanation addressed to the audience before the broadcast of television programs, usually performed by assistant directors and particularly comedians in variety or comedy shows.
Source: Official website of Maesetsu