Aloha, otakus! Cowboy Bebop is a detective anime series that mixes Bruce Lee, jazz, noir, and space perfectly.
Now the time is to announce the great news that will leave you aroused. The Cowboy Bebop live-action television series is happening on Netflix soon!
The show first aired in April 1998 with a total of 26 episodes. It has been more than two decades since it came out. And, its fans are still loyal to it as always.
Everything about the series is a bop. The killer soundtrack, nonchalant characters, their carefree attitude, and sassy dialogues were worth watching.
Even the infectious opening scenes and badass action scenes were unforgettable.
Let us see and discuss everything we know so far about the upcoming web television series.
What Do We Know About The Live-action Cowboy Bebop Television Series So Far?
Cowboy Bebop originates from the same manga of the same name. The series will be a mini one and is set to have a total of 10 episodes.
The production had begun in late-2019, but soon it was put on hold. In October last year, the lead actor, playing Spike Spiegel, John Cho, suffered a knee injury during one of the routines of the show. Due to this, the production was delayed for 7-9 months.
The actor is still healing and will be back into the game in no time.
Who Will It Involve?
For the charismatic show, only the charismatic actor will take the lead. Here is a list, detailing the entire line-up of the upcoming live-action mini-web television series:
- John Cho as Spike Spiegel
- Alex Hassell as Vicious
- Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine
- Elena Satine as Julia
- Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black
- Blessing Mokgohloa as Santiago
- Rodney Cook as Teddy Bomber
- Lucy Currey as Judy
- Ario Green as Saltz
- Cali Nelle as The Thief
- Jay Paulson as Hakim