After a long wait, the first season of Cowboy Bebop is finally available for everyone to watch on Netflix. Now, fans wonder if André Nemec has plans to renew the live-action TV show for Season 2. Well, here’s everything we know about it.
Cowboy Bebop is a live-action adaptation of the legendary Japanese anime of the same name. The series focuses on the journey of a group of Bounty Hunters traveling across the solar system aboard their spaceship.
The 26-episode anime series debuted in 1998, and after all these years, it’s still considered one of the best anime series of all time. More, Cowboy Bebop is recognized as the most popular Japanese anime series in the West. So it’s no wonder that Netflix’s live-action version has captured the attention of millions of fans.
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Will Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop get a season 2?
Currently, Netflix has not officially confirmed Season 2 for live-action Cowboy Bebop. However, it’s safe to say that André Nemec, the show developer, is working on the second part. Interestingly, in an interview with Vanity FairNemec confirmed that he was planning a season 2 while working on season 1.
Of course, Tomorrow Studios and Netflix had to give the green light for a second season before Nemec could explore the endless possibilities from the lore. Which says, Cowboy Bebop is a top rated franchise that already has millions of fans from all over the world. And with the live action’s incredible cast, it would be crazy if Netflix dropped the show after just one season.
Warning: This section contains spoilers for Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop.
Aside from all that we’ve discussed, Edward’s appearance in the final episode confirms that Netflix’s Season 2 Cowboy Bebop included in the card. The child prodigy was not part of the plot of Season 1 because the writers wanted the character to play the main role in Season 2.
When Netflix announced the cast for Cowboy Bebop, they removed Edward from all marketing materials. In the anime, Ed is one of the main characters. So it was a surprise for fans that Netflix didn’t feature the prodigy boy in the official trailers.
Well, before the show officially released, the official Twitter account for Cowboy Bebop suggestions at Ed’s presence on the show. And recently, Netflix Geeked announced that newcomer Eden Perkins will play Ed in the live-action.
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