Netflix’s live-action adaptation of traditional anime Cowboy Bebophas been a long time coming, as well as the show finally has a release day. The 10-episode initial period will certainly begin streaming on November 19th.
Although Netflix hasn’t published a trailer right now, it gave a very first proper take a look at Cowboy Bebop in a bunch of photos. The photos reveal John Cho (Spike Spiegel), Mustafa Shakir (Jet Black) and also Daniella Pineda (Faye Valentine) in personality, along with a charming corgi.
See You Space Cowboy. Meet Spike Spiegel (John Cho), Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir), and also Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) in Cowboy Bebop. Premiering November 19 pic.twitter.com/7vRtZvYjYM
— Netflix (@netflix) August 23, 2021
Live-action adaptations of anime haven’t normally been well-received (here’s checking out you, Ghost in the Shell). There’s pressure on Netflix to obtain this tackle Cowboy Bebop right, yet things are looking appealing. The core cast looks great in the initial set of images, while some crucial creatives from the 1998 anime are included. Famous composer Yoko Kanno returns, while initial supervisor Shinichirō Watanabe sought advice from on the Netflix show.
Production started in 2019 but it was stopped for 8 months after Cho endured a knee injury on the collection. Recording ultimately wrapped in March.
Editor’s note: This blog post initially appeared on Engadget.