It was a large-scale project in which the public "produces" a unit boy group by voting for their favorite members from a pool of trainees from different entertainment companies. This was the 4th season in the South Korean franchise. Produce X brought together trainees from different entertainment companies in South Korea, and final trainees were selected through audience voting to form a boy group. Mnet revealed that the debut group would have a five-year contract. The first two and a half years of the group, the members will focus fully on the group as a whole. The final two and a half years, the members will be allowed to do group and individual activities. This marks the longest contract term to come from the Produce series.
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Produce X 101
After skipping last season I fell too far behind on episodes to write anything coherent , my Produce Concept Evaluation ranking is back for season three! Who knows anymore. Like so much of reality TV, it too often opts for style over substance. Still, every once and awhile something good can be pulled from corporate-fueled conformity. This year, nothing is as strong as Never. In fact, none of the songs really knocked my socks off. This ranking only takes the songs themselves into consideration, rather than focusing on the trainees performing them. You knew there was going to be some sort of nod to deep house this season, right? The trend is too ubiquitous for Produce not to exploit. Monday To Sunday is a fairly mind-numbing enactment of the sound, anchored by a repetitive hook that tends to grate the longer it sticks around.
The public, referred to as "national producers", "produces" a boy band by choosing 11 members among the 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. The show aired from May 3 to July 19,
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