Cowboy bebop he rides into the sunset … but one of his writers isn’t ready to say goodbye yet.
Netflix canceled the sci-fi anime adaptation on Thursday, less than a month after the freshman season debuted on the streamer. Expectations for the series were high: John Cho played an intergalactic bounty hunter in a live-action remake of the animated cult hit, but mixed reviews and a lack of rumors led Netflix to tune out, despite spending years developing. the program.
Co-executive producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who wrote episode 8 of BebopThe freshman race made it clear that the writers room had more stories to tell. “I really loved working on this,” he said. he said in a tweet Thursday. “It came from a real and pure place of respect and affection. I wish we could do what we planned for a second season, but you know what they say, the men plan, God laughs. “He also added the signature. Cowboy bebop signature: “see you, space cowboy …”
In response to a cast member, Grillo-Marxuach also mocked that he and the writers “had so many cool things planned for [Season 2]”From the series. The original Cowboy bebop The animated series ran for 26 episodes and one movie, while the cancellation limits the Netflix version to just ten episodes.
Cho played bounty hunter Spike Spiegel, who traveled through space with his partner Jet Black (Mustafa Shakir) in search of fugitive criminals and taking advantage of their rewards. Daniella Pineda played fellow hunter Faye Valentine, with Alex Hassell as Spike’s nemesis, Vicious, and Elena Satine as Julia, Spike’s long-lost love. Bebop debuted on Netflix last month; read our recap of the season finale here.
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