BanG Dream! Second Season Dub Heads to HIDIVE

Tuesday, April 14th, 2020

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BanG Dream! dub

Beginning April 21, HIDIVE will air the Season Two English dub of BanG Dream! every Tuesday at 1800 UTC (2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST).

Sentai Filmworks describes the show thusly:

“BUSHIROAD’s smash-hit multimedia franchise returns for a second anime season! Kasumi and the rest of Poppin’Party may have achieved their goal, but it turns out they were just at the starting line. Performing is a lot of work, and, of course, they’re not the only band in town! Do they have what it takes to reach true musical stardom?”

The second season dub will air in North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, and Latin America.

HIDIVE simulcasted the subtitled version of Season Two back in January.

The new season features Poppin’Party as well as bands shown in the BanG Dream! Girls Band Party mobile game. This includes Roselia, Afterglow, Pastel*Palettes, and Hello, Happy World! RAISE A SUILEN, formerly known as THE THIRD(TBD), will also make an appearance in the show.

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