Asahina Mirai, a soon-to-be student in junior high, witnesses an object fall from the sky one night during spring break. Excitedly exclaiming that it could be a witch, Mirai sets off the next morning with her beloved toy teddy bear Mofulun to search the park. At the park, Mirai witnesses a girl soaring through the air on a broom. Excited and curious, Mirai barrages the girl with questions. The young witch introduces herself as Rico and explains that she's come to the "No Magic" World to search for certain objects. The two girls notice that they're wearing similar pendants. Meanwhile, Batty, a companion of Dokuroxy the Witch of Darkness, appears in front of Mirai and Rico! Batty demands that Rico hand over the "Linkle Stone Emerald", which Rico herself had been looking for. To make things worse, Batty uses dark magic to create a monster known as a Yokubaru! Mirai, Rico, and Mofulun join hands. With the magic words "Cure Up Rapapa!", their pendants shines a magical light over them! The legendary witches "Pretty Cure" are born!
Runtime: 22 minutes
Maho Girls Precure! - Pretty Cure - Netflix
Pretty Cure, or PreCure (プリキュア, Purikyua), also known as Glitter Force outside of Japan, is a Japanese magical girl anime metaseries created by Izumi Todo and produced by Asahi Broadcasting Corporation, Asatsu-DK and Toei Animation. Each series revolves around a group of magical girls known as Pretty Cures who battle against evil forces. Starting in February 2004 with Futari wa Pretty Cure, the franchise has seen many anime series, spanning over 700 episodes to date, as well as spawning movies, manga, toys, and video games. Its most recent iteration, Hugtto! PreCure, began airing in February 2018 as part of TV Asahi's Sunday morning children's television block. To date, three of the series have received English-language dubs.
Maho Girls Precure! - Musicals - Netflix
Musicals are on stages since around the time Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart began airing on February 2005, and they are very popular. They don't usually have special names like the movies or games, and they are performed in theatres, or live stages. The main idea is that the singers (or sometimes just some random people) dress into Cures (they have their clothes on, while they have a large head on too, so no one can actually see their faces) and they perform their character songs or/and they perform short stories. These musicals are often made for children between the age of 5-9, and they sold merchandise on these musicals too. The musicals are often 2 or 3 hours long, depending the series and/or the songs'/stories' length.
Maho Girls Precure! - References - Netflix