A bunch of girls are trying to get their start as idols, being led by their producers (the guy and the megane-girl). Covers the range of fairly typical anime character archetypes, heh. Doesn't seem bad, I'm about 4 episodes in.
My media handler gives me random titles on the main screen, it randomly reminded me about Tears to Tiara so I rewatched that today. Forgot about that show, but it's pretty good. I really liked the game. It's a fantasy setting about a priest who revives the "demon king" Arawn, intending him to take over the world and put the priest in power but it turns out Arawn liked the sacrifice girl and saved her. She ends up marrying him and now the demon king is in charge of her tribe and leads them against the corrupt empire. Nice 26 episode show, a harem anime but more leanings toward the fighting/fantasy than harem romance stuff.
seen it. the story is ok (i dont quite remember because it's been a long time). but the ending is kinda disappointing. nothing happen between the protagonist and himari. they just left each other and move on.. right?
Oda Nobuno no yabou is a nice recent anime. It takes place in Japan during the sengoku period with samurai, gender-swapped unsurprisingly, it has some level of humour and stars enticing battle, although it achieves a satisfying balance between this drama and humour. I would suggest particularly if you are interested in history.
Yuru Yuri is also something I have been watching a little, but not yet has it caught my eye enough to watch it obsess much like I did with Lucky Star, the characters haven't really quite struck me yet.
Both shows have particularly good openings aswell, I can't get Yuru Yuri opening theme out of my head. The scene in the opening where they are holding hands and a camera pans to each character combined with the light-hearted tune seemed to me to be very tasteful. The scene in Lucky Star's opening with the cheerleaders with the dancing tuned to the song also was brilliant.