Netflix has obtained the rights to produce a live-action version of the popular 90’s Japenese animated series Cowboy Bepop. The first show ran from Septemeber 1997 to June 1998. It was a top-rated series amongst the audiences. In November 2018, Netflix had declared the resurrection of this series with ten episodes.
Here’s what we know about the series up to now.
Since Netflix’s statement about the resurrection of this series, audiences have been waiting for the series to come. However, Netflix is to announce a launch date for the series. The series had a tumultuous beginning. The creation of this series came to a sudden stop in October 2019 when the lead performer of the series suffered a knee injury while shooting. Corona Virus has delayed the creation of this series.
Celebrities John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, and Alex Hassell would be the direct actors of the series.
The series is set later on in 2071. The future generations have seized the plants departing gaseous moon and ones. A set of Policemen known as The Cowboys are on the search for offenders. The narrative of Cowboy Bepop revolves around those policemen, the way they chase all over the solar system, and also get justice to the innocent civilians.
The group behind the series has both members and associates from the first series. Jeff Pinkner is the author and also the executive producer of this series. The first director of this series Shinichirō Watanabe is a consultant on the set. Sunrise Inc., the first manufacturing business, is an executive producer. Netflix and Tomorrow Studios have been co-producing the sequence.
Netflix is currently planning season two of the series.