Anime has stuck around for many years now. Whether comedy, horror, dark, or action, it has influenced anime fans’ artistry for many years. When on 27th November 2018, Netflix announced that the Japanese series, Cowboy Bebop would be streaming on their popular site, fans took it wholeheartedly.
Here are all the updates on the show.
Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Season 1: Release Date
After the star actor John Cho sustained injuries on the set, the production was postponed to a later date. With the pandemic hovering, the show has been delayed yet again. Therefore, it is uncertain when would Cowboy Bebop go on the sets again.
Fans, however, should not be upset because they might just get two instead of one season. Writer and executive producer Jeff Pinkner revealed that he has started working on the second season, despite the problems.
Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Season 1: Cast
The cast is multi-cultural and inclusive, as the show’s writer Grillo-Marxuach claimed:
- John Cho (as Spike Spiegel)
- Alex Hassell (as Vicious)
- Daniella Pineda (as Faye Valentine)
- Elena Satine (as Julia)
- Mustafa Shakir (as Jet Black)
Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Season 1: Plot
The anime series, Cowboy Bebop that originally aired on April 3, 1998, in Japan, spans 26 episodes, called sessions.
Set in the year 2071, it follows the story of a bounty hunter crew, called “Cowboys” traveling in their spaceship called the Bebop. The Inter Solar System Police tries to keep peace in the colonized galaxy with the help of the Cowboys. The crew embarks on adventures that bring each member’s background and past to the surface.
The recurring themes of loneliness, the difficulty of escaping past, and the timeless lessons derived from the show make it very relevant and inclusive.
Cowboy Bebop Live-Action Season 1: Trailer
We don’t have the trailer yet.
We have much to look forward to, given the general hype that surrounds Cowboy Bebop!