First Look At Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Is Here!

    We now have an official release date for Netflix’s upcoming live-action version of Cowboy Bebop, as well as our first look at the film. The project has been in the works for years, and frequent production delays haven’t helped matters.

    Thankfully, we now have a release date for the show, as Netflix has revealed that it will launch on November 19, 2021. The first look photographs for the new series may be seen below.

    Cowboy Bebop is a sci-fi western based on the iconic 1990s anime series of the same name. It follows the same plot as the original anime. It follows a group of bounty hunters who are tasked with tracking down criminals across the solar system, but they are having trouble escaping their own dark pasts. On the 10-episode Netflix series produced by Andre Nemec and Jeff Pinkner, Christopher Yost and Javier Grillo-Marxuach worked as co-writers.


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    Cowboy Bebop stars John Cho as Spike Spiegel, who is a Mars-born bounty hunter and leader of the group; Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine, awoman who spent 54 years in suspended animation; Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black, Spike’s partner who is ex-cop bounty hunterwith a cybernetic arm; Alex Hassell as Vicious, Spike’s power-hungry nemesis; and lastly, Elena Satine as Julia, a mysterious woman from Spike’s past with a complicated romantic history with him.

    The series also starsTamara Tunie as Ana, Mason Alexander Park as Gren, Ann Truong and HoaXuande as twin enforcers Shin and Lin, Geoff Stults as Chalmers and Rachel House as Mao.

    Cowboy Bebop’s production was difficult, so having a release date on the table has to be wonderful news for everyone concerned. Even before the epidemic, the project was dealt a major setback when Cho sustained a knee injury while filming. This pushed back filming by around eight months to allow the actor to fully heal. Although filming was completed in March, we have yet to see the finished product.

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