Dropout Idol Fruit Tart is an anime adaptation of the manga series of the same name. It was originally scheduled to premiere in July 2020, but due to COVID-19, it was delayed to October 2020. The series premiered on October 12, 2020. With just 1 episode out now, it has got a neutral response from the audience. But, the series looks promising and we’ll have to wait for some time to give it a proper review.
The series not only has a pretty interesting storyline, but also interesting characters. Let’s see if the series gets interesting with every episode. And, will it be able to keep its audience hooked up. With all said, let’s talk about the release date of Episode 2.
Also, while you’re at it, you can go through the summary of Episode 1. And, we’ve also mentioned the official streaming platform for the series.
Dropout Idol Fruit Tart Episode 2 will be released on Monday, 19 October 2020, at 9:30 PM JST. Note that a new episode will come out every Monday.
Summary of Dropout Idol Fruit Tart Episode 1
Ino Sakura arrives in Tokyo with the dream of becoming an idol. She is introduced to her fellow inhabitants of Rat Production’s dorm, “Nezumi House”: a struggling former child actor named Roko, a struggling musician named Hayu, and struggling model Nina.
However, during Ino’s welcome reception, Hoho, a manager for Rat Productions, suddenly announces the impending demolition of Nezumi House. Ino and the others are distraught by the news, but Hoho offers them a last-ditch solution to save their only home – by banding together and forming Fruit Tart, a new idol group.
Streaming Platform for Dropout Idol Fruit Tart
You can stream the first episode as well as all the upcoming Episodes on Funimation and Animelab. Note that these are the official streaming platforms for the series. Always use the official platforms as it helps the creators and promotes their work.
Dropout Idol Fruit Tart Plot
Dropout Idol Fruit Tart follows Ino Sakura, a first-year high school student who travels to Tokyo with dreams of becoming an idol. There, she moves into a dormitory-style house for entertainers known as “Nezumi House”, and befriends Roko Sekino, a formerly popular child actress, Hayu Nukui, a musician, and Nina Maehara, a model.
When Nezumi House is threatened with being torn down, the girls quickly form a new idol unit called “Fruit Tart” and attempt to challenge the entertainment industry in order to raise funds to protect their home.