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Pretty Rhythm All-Star Selection is a television anime series produced by Tatsunoko Production. It is a sequel to Pretty Rhythm Rainbow Live, which is based on the Japanese Pretty Rhythm arcade game franchise by Takara Tomy. The story revolves a girl named Laala Manaka, who desires to become an Idol. To further her debut the best, the three main protagonists from the previous Pretty Rhythm series: Aira Harune, Mia Ageha, and Naru Ayase give her lessons about how to be the best Idol. In addition to the lessons she's learning, the series also retells the events of the previous Pretty Rhythm series. The successor series, PriPara (pronounced as Puripara), will showcase her as an Idol with two more idols named Mirei Minami and Sophie Hojo. The series aired on TV Tokyo between April 5, 2014 to June 14, 2014.

List of Episodes

# Title Original Airdate
01 "The Requirements for a Star"
"Sutā no Jōken" (スタアの条件)
April 5, 2014
Laala Manaka introduces herself and asks the three girls, Aira Harune, Mia Ageha, and Naru Ayase, to give her lessons on how to become an idol. The first lesson is "The Requirements for a Star". Aira tells her story of when she performed a Prism Show for the first time.
02 "The Essentials To Aim To Be the Best"
"Ichiban o Mezasu Tame ni Hitsuyōna Koto" (一番を目指す為に必要な事)
April 12, 2014
Mia is next to give Laala an idol lesson. The second lesson is "The Essentials To Aim To Be the Best". Mia tells her story of when she interrupted MARs' Prism Show and challenged Aira.
03 "The Charm Point of Your Dream"
"Yume e no Apīru Hōhō" (夢ヘのアピール方法)
April 19, 2014
Naru is next to give Laala an idol lesson. The third lesson is "The Charm Point of Your Dream". Naru tells her story of when she applied to be the middle-school manager of Prism Stone.
04 "Rival Equals Friend"
"Raibaru Ikōru Tomodachi" (ライバルイコール友達)
April 26, 2014
Mia gives Laala an idol lesson. The fourth lesson is "Rival Equals Friend". Mia says that rivals and friends are the same and she tells her story about her best friend and rival Hye In.
05 "The Importance of a Rival"
"Raibaru wa Daiji" (ライバルは大事)
May 3, 2014
Aira gives Laala an idol lesson. The fifth lesson is "The Importance of a Rival". Aira tells Laala the story of how she came across two tough opponents at the Summer Queen Cup.
06 "Wall of the Heart"
"Jibun no Naka no Kabe" (自分の中の壁)
May 10, 2014
Naru gives Laala an idol lesson. The sixth lesson is "Wall of the Heart". Naru tells Laala the story of how her friend Ann competed against Wakana at the Dreaming Session. Naru tells Laala to not be afraid to fail and break the wall of her heart.
07 "How to Make Your Dreams Bloom"
"Yume no Sakase-kata" (夢の咲かせ方)
May 17, 2014
Mia gives Laala an idol lesson. The seventh lesson is "How to Make Your Dreams Bloom". Mia tells Laala the story of how she met a girl who asked to be COSMOs' apprentice. Mia tells Laala to not run away from her dreams.
08 "Be Myself"
"Jibunrashisa" (自分らしさ)
May 24, 2014
Naru gives Laala an idol lesson. The eighth lesson is "Be Myself". Naru tells Laala the story of when Bell became the temporary manager of Prism Stone. Naru tells Laala to have self-confidence and to always be herself.
09 "My Dream"
"Watashi no Yume" (私の夢)
May 31, 2014
Aira gives Laala an idol lesson. The ninth lesson is "My Dream". Aira tells Laala the story of the time she participated in the Prism Queen Cup with Rizumu and Mion and won.
10 "My Best"
"Watashi no Ichiban" (私の一番)
June 7, 2014
Mia gives Laala an idol lesson. The tenth lesson is "My Best". Mia tells Laala the story of when she and her friends completed the Grateful Symphonia.
11 "My Friends"
"Watashi no Nakama" (私の仲間)
June 14, 2014
Naru gives Laala her last idol lesson before her debut as an idol. The eleventh and final lesson is "My Friends". Naru tells Laala the story of when the Prism Sparkle disappeared and it was up to her and her friends to restore it.
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