I know you are inching to know more about the Netflix Cowboy Beebop series. “Cowboy Bebop” is one of the most acclaimed anime series in television history, and Netflix is aiming to bring the magic of the original series to newcomers and returning fans alike via its upcoming live-action adaptation.
According to the verge, the streaming service unveiled the opening credits sequence for its 10-episode series during the inaugural Tudum fan event.
We’ve still only caught glimpses of Netflix’s upcoming live-action take on Cowboy Bebop, and today delivers yet another tease: a kinetic opening title sequence for the show. It’s not quite a proper trailer (which we’re still waiting on), but it does give a good sense of the vibe the series is going for.
Netflix Cowboy Beebop Series
The Netflix adaptation stars John Cho as Spike Spiegel, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black, and Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine, and last month we got our first proper look at the cast and Spike’s hair thanks to a series of photos.
It’s been a long time coming, as news of the adaptation was first revealed in 2018, with the cast announced a year later. Earlier this year, Netflix confirmed that Yoko Kanno, the original composer, was on board.
Chances are a full trailer isn’t far off, though, as the series is set to debut on November 19th. In the meantime, here are a few more photos.
Netflix Cowboy Beebop Series Release Date
Four years after news broke that work had begun on a live-action adaptation of beloved sci-fi anime Cowboy Bebop, the series finally has a release date. Netflix announced today that Cowboy Bebop will come in for a landing on November 19th, and here are some new photos to prove it.
Since Netflix confirmed it was working on Cowboy Bebop, the streaming service has been decidedly tight-lipped on details.
It announced the show’s cast in 2019 and, earlier this year, that original composer Yoko Kanno would return to the live-action series. But there still hasn’t been an official trailer or a casting announcement for series regular “Radical Edward.” Get more details from this link.
Yoko Kanno is Said to Return to the Live-Action Series
Netflix has announced that the long-awaited live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop will premiere this fall. The science fiction, noir, and Western-infused bounty hunting series will also feature new music from the anime’s original composer, Yoko Kanno.
There was, unfortunately, no trailer alongside Netflix’s announcement, but it did reintroduce a few of the cast members, who already seem to be fitting into their roles quite well.
These sets of persons are, John Cho as Spike Spiegel, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black, and Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine. You can get more details about the Netflix Cowboy Beebop Series by clicking here.