Produce is a generalized term for many farm -produced crops, including fruits and vegetables ( grains, oats, etc. are also sometimes considered produce ). More specifically, the term produce often implies that the products are fresh and generally in the same state as where and when they were harvested. 
Produce! Produce Co., Ltd. was a Japanese video game company. Founded on April 6, 1990 by former Irem employees, it developed a number of games for both Enix and Hudson Soft. Produce! have created games for arcades and for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo 64, PlayStation, and PC Engine systems.  Games [ edit] The 7th Saga
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Produce 48 brought together 96 girls from idol groups and entertainment companies in Japan and South Korea to form a 12-person Korean-Japanese group that would promote for two and a half years. Formed as a collaboration between Mnet and Yasushi Akimoto, the project planned to adopt the AKB48's concept of "idols you can meet and greet" and be able t...
The concept for Produce 48 was revealed at the 2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Japan on November 29, 2017, following a joint performance by AKB48 and South Korean artists Weki Meki, Chungha, Pristin, Idol School and Fromis 9. In February 2018, Mnet stated that it would not use the speculated format of having 48 girls from South Korea and 48 girls f...
The series was presented by Lee Seung-gi.Other artists featured as cast members: 1. Vocal trainers: 1.1. Lee Hong-gi 1.2. Soyou 2. Dance trainers: 2.1. Bae Yoon-jeong 2.2. Choi Young-jun 2.3. May J Lee 3. Rap trainer: 3.1. Cheetah 4. Special MC's: 4.1. Jeon So-mi(Episodes 1 and 5) 4.2. Kang Daniel(Episode 1) 4.3. Kim Chung-ha(Episode 5) 4.4. Bora(P...
The top 12 contestants were chosen through popularity online voting (open internationally) at Produce 2020's homepage and audience's live voting. The results were shown at the end of each episode. This ranking determined the 15 trainees who would form the unit girl group. Color key
In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbersrepresent the highest ratings. 1. NR rating means "not reported". The rating is low.
Iz*One released their debut extended play (EP) Color*Iz on October 29, 2018. Since then, they have released two studio albums (one in Korean and one in Japanese), four EPs and three Japanese single...
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1. Produce 101, featuring female trainees premiered on January 22, 2016. 2. Produce 101 Season 2, featuring male trainees premiered on April 7, 2017. 3. Produce 48, featuring female trainees and members of J-pop idol group AKB48including its sister groups, premiered on June 15, 2018. 4. Produce X 101, featuring male trainees premiered on May 3, 2019.
1. Produce 101 China, featuring female trainees premiered on April 21, 2018. 2. Produce Camp 2019, also known as Chuang 2019 featuring male trainees premiered on April 6, 2019. 3. Produce Camp 2020, also known as Chuang 2020 featuring female trainees premiered on May 2, 2020. 4. Produce Camp 2021, also known as Chuang 2021 featuring male trainees premiered on February 17, 2021.
1. Produce 101 Japan, featuring male trainees premiered on September 26, 2019. 2. Produce 101 Japan Season 2, featuring male trainees premiered on April 8, 2021.
As of June 13, 2021, there have been 10 groups debuted with 107 members involved in over 3 franchises of Produce 101. 1. Currently airing 2. An upcoming season 3. Status unknown 4. No longer airing
Girls Planet 999, an Mnet survival show featuring female South Korean, Chinese and Japanese trainees.
The public, referred to as "national producers", "produces" a boy band by choosing 11 members among the 101 trainees from 47 different entertainment companies and independent trainees through online voting and live voting with multiple elimination rounds. The public will also choose the group's concept, debut song, and group name.