Group BLACKPINK’s new exclusive reality show ‘24/365 with BLACKPINK’ has confirmed its first episode premiere date to July 4.
On July 1 at 9 AM, YG Entertainment uploaded the ‘24/365 with BLACKPINK’ teaser poster through their official blog and BLACKPINK’s official YouTube channel.
The revealed poster showed the phrases ‘First Episode’ ‘July 4th, Saturday’ ‘EVERY Saturday at 9am’ which informed the release schedules of ’24/365 with BLACKPINK’, which excited the fans who have been waiting for the show. In addition, the members of BLACKPINK sitting on a swing chair in a friendly mood while staring at the camera raised anticipation on the upcoming reality show.
YG has revealed the prologue of ‘24/365 with BLACKPINK’ last month on the 16th, which brought out explosive responses from BLINK(fandom name) all over the world. The fans have participated in naming the title of the show, which noticed a two-way communication. ’24/365 with BLACKPINK’ will present BLACKPINK’s daily lives and their real aspects outside the stage which have not been presented through TV shows before.
The first episode, being released on the 4th, will show LISA’s ‘Qing Chun You Ni 2’ filming behind story, JENNIE going on personal shopping after a fashion event and receiving dance classes, in addition to JISOO and ROSÉ’s hobby life of experiencing a workshop.
’24/365 with BLACKPINK’ is BLACKPINK’s exclusive reality content being presented by YG. The members have let go of their mysticism through their first reality show ‘BLACKPINK HOUSE’ back in 2018 and received love by revealing their friendly daily lives. The show was popular not only in Asia, but also in Latin America and Europe, proving the group’s global popularity. The show is racking up views even after the series ended, which led to over 400M accumulated views, which is unprecedented for an idol reality show.
Meanwhile, after making comeback with their pre-release single ‘How You Like That’ last month on the 26th, BLACKPINK topped not only major Korean music charts but was also ranked at no. 2 on the Global Top 50 chart of Spotify, the world’s biggest music streaming platform, topped iTunes charts in 64 different countries including the US, and even set the world’s fastest record in surpassing 100M views, which was done in just 32 hours.