- Rate: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
- Native: B-PROJECT～鼓動＊アンビシャス～
- Aired: Jul 3, 2016 to Sep 25, 2016
- Premiered: summer 2016
- Duration: 24 min per ep
- Episodes: 12
- Score: 6.6
- Producers: ABC Animation Aniplex BS11 C-one Christmas Holly Hakuhodo DY Music & Pictures Lawson MAGES. Movic Tokyo MX
- Studio: A-1 Pictures
- Genres: Music Shoujo
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