Oshi no Ko Season Finale Promo Released


Oshi no Ko's highly anticipated anime is approaching the final episode of its debut season, and a new promo has just been released, offering a glimpse into what fans can expect from Episode 11! The anime adaptation of Aka Akasaka, the creator of Kaguya-sama: Love is War, and Mengo Yokoyari, the creator of Scum's Wish, original manga, has made a tremendous impact on the Spring 2023 anime lineup. With its captivating 90-minute premiere, Oshi no Ko quickly became a global sensation, shattering records worldwide.

With its grand opening episode, Oshi no Ko has left fans craving for more, but unfortunately, the first season of the anime will conclude sooner than anticipated. Episode 11 will serve as the finale for Oshi no Ko's run this Spring 2023 season. As the First Concert Arc unfolds in the final episodes of the season, the promo for Oshi no Ko's season finale provides a tantalizing glimpse of the long-awaited concert that the members of B Komachi have been tirelessly preparing for. Feast your eyes on the promo for Oshi no Ko Episode 11 below:

Where to Watch Oshi no Ko's Season Finale:

Oshi no Ko Episode 11, titled "Idol," offers a captivating storyline. The episode synopsis hints at B Komachi finally taking the stage, where Ruby captivates the audience with a smile reminiscent of the late Ai. Customers flock to MEM, but unfortunately, there seems to be no support for Kana. To experience the excitement of the episode as it airs in Japan and to catch up with the thrilling conclusion of Oshi no Ko's debut season, you can exclusively stream the anime on HIDIVE.

As for the overall story of Oshi no Ko, HIDIVE provides a glimpse into its narrative. When a pregnant young starlet arrives at Dr. Gorou Amemiya's rural medical clinic, he assumes the responsibility of safely delivering Ai Hoshino's child while keeping it a secret. However, tragedy strikes on the night of the delivery when he is killed by Ai's deluded stalker. Miraculously, he is reborn as Aquamarine Hoshino, Ai's own child. As Aquamarine, he navigates the dark side of the entertainment industry, determined to protect and support his beloved star. Can he help his new mother rise to the pinnacle of fame? And how will he cope when faced with unexpected challenges? Based on the dramatic seinen manga series by Aka Akasaka, serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump.

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