Uta no Prince-Sama is a Japanese multimedia franchise by Broccoli. The original game of the same name was first released on the PlayStation Portable on June 24, 2010, and since its release, the game has spawned multiple sequels and rhythm game spin-offs. The series has also been adapted into several manga series.
The series had an anime adaptation by A-1 Pictures. It began airing in 2011. And, was titled Uta no Prince-Sama: Maji Love 1000%. Later, it was followed by three sequels and a 2019 animated film titled Uta no Prince-Sama: Maji Love Kingdom.
The film was released in theaters on June 14, 2019. It did really well at the box office upon its release. But, the audience was unable to watch it again as it was not on any kind of streaming platform. But, finally, it was announced that the series will be available on a streaming platform. Scroll down to know more about it.
HIDIVE announced on Monday that it will begin streaming Uta no Prince-Sama: Maji Love Kingdom, the anime film in the Uta no Prince-Sama Franchise on October 5 at 12:30 p.m. EDT. The film will stream in Japanese with English and Latin American Spanish subtitles.
Sentai Filmworks screened the film Uta no Prince-Sama: Maji Love Kingdom in select theaters in North America in September 2019. The company describes the story:
What’s better than a concert by one of your favorite singing groups? A concert by three of your favorite singing groups, of course! That’s what lucky fans get when three of the most popular vocal groups from the UTANO☆PRINCESAMA franchise all come together for a single epic motion picture performance. Have you got your tickets yet? If you have, come join ST*RISH, QUARTET NIGHT, and HE*VENS as they all take to the stage! It’s an epic battle of the bands where there’s no battle and everyone wins in Utano Princesama Maji LOVE Kingdom!
Uta no Prince-Sama Plot
With dreams of becoming a composer and someday writing a song for her favorite idol, Haruka Nanami enters the Saotome Academy, a prestigious performing arts school made up of students who are either vying to become an idol or a music producer. Haruka becomes acquainted with six of her classmates, who are all competing to become idols.
For her project, she must team up with another student as an idol-producer team, and if they are successful, they will join Shining Agency after graduation. In addition, romance is strictly prohibited at their school.