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PRODUCE 101 to comeback this 2019 with a new season

Another Produce 101 season is now in the talks.

PRODUCE 101 series is back once again this 2019 with its 4th season but this time, it’s the boys’ turn to shine the second time around.

MNET confirmed on November 7 that another Produce 101 season is now in the talks. Rumors said that the new season will premiere on April 7 of the following year.

Produce 101 Season 4 will create the next boy group after its successful pattern-like seasons. Following Produce 101 that created I.O.I, Produce 101 Season 2 that created WANNA ONE, and last August, Produce 48 that created IZ*ONE. A newly formed boy group is expected to be formed and will be showcased and be loved by fans around the world once again.

Stay tuned here on HallyuLife for more details and updates regarding Produce 101 Season 4.

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