Cowboy Bebop launches on Netflix in just a few days, but showrunner André Nemec is already ready for season 2 of the series. Although Netflix has not been officially renewed Cowboy Bebop for another season, Nemec told THR that he has some “big plans”If they were lucky enough to continue.
If Ted Sarandos comes by, tell him I have big plans for season two. We definitely know where we want to go and I’m excited to get those stories told. Crossing fingers that we get more Cowboy Bebop.
Although the original Cowboy Bebop anime series have become iconic, having only produced 26 episodes, so it’s natural that the live-action Netflix series will at some point go beyond the source material. “Well, what happened?said Nemec. “And I say, ‘Well, I have an answer!’Executive producer Becky Clements added that they were very scared to screw up the live-action series because the original anime is so loved. “We were scared because the fan base was so loyal,said Clements.We always kept an eye out to make sure we kept the integrity of the original in the live action.“ What do you hope to see in Cowboy Bebop season 2 if the show returns?
Reviews for Cowboy Bebop recently dropped, and although many were mixed, our own Alex Maidy was quite enthusiastic about the series. “I could not get through these ten episodes fast enough, but there is one of the most replayable Netflix series I can remember,Wrote Maidy in her review. “This series is non-stop fun that will be just as fun for young viewers as it will be for longtime fans of the original series.“
The official synopsis for Cowboy Bebop:
COWBOY BEBOP is an action-packed space western about three bounty hunters, also known as “cowboys”, all trying to run from the past. As deadly as they are deadly, Spike Spiegel (John Cho), Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir) and Faye Valentine (Daniella Pineda) form a scrappy, tight-knit team ready to chase the solar system’s most dangerous criminals – at the right price. But they can only kick and quarrel out of so many fights before their past finally catches up with them.
Cowboy Bebop makes its debut on Netflix d November 19th.
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