The six member rookie group from TS Entertainment, B.A.P, has uploaded an introduction to their YouTube channel. The video is a teaser released in preparation for the first episode of their reality series, “Tadah! It’s B.A.P” The first episode aired Sunday on SBS MTV. Already there is much anticipation surrounding the group (thanks to their pre-debut promotions) and it will only continue to rise with their reality show.
Earlier, B.A.P. revealed that they would be starring in SBS MTV’s reality program, ‘Ta-Dah, It’s B.A.P.’.
The group has just shared some additional great news — ‘Ta-Dah, It’s B.A.P.’ will be broadcast through local MTV channels in China, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Singapore!
The level of anticipation is high for their reality show, since Big Bang set the precedent for such programs with ‘Big Bang the Beginning’. It’s rare for a rookie group to be given such love prior to their debut, and it’s only likely to increase as the days narrow down to B.A.P.’s debut later on this month.
As previously revealed, the reality program will take on a different format, as the boys will play the role of aliens from another planet who are working to become stars and take over the world. SECRET‘s Hyosung will be making a surprise appearance as the deliverer of missions.
B.A.P. is literally out to conquer just about everything before their official debut! TS Entertainment has revealed that the boys will be starring in their own reality program, ‘Ta-Dah, It’s B.A.P.’
Representatives revealed, “Since December, they’ve been filming for SBS MTV‘s representative reality program, ‘Ta-Dah’.”
The first episode will air on January 8th. As expected, it won’t be your standard run of the mill pre-debut reality show with scenes of the boys training; instead, the six members will be regarded as alien beings from another planet that are asked to undergo strenuous missions in their quest to become singers and take over the world.
The rest of the members will also finally be unveiled for the very first time, so fans should not miss the airing.