Cowboy Bebop Live Action Frist Season Production is Completed


Cowboy Bebop Live Action Frist Season Production is Completed

Through the Instagram account, actress Daniella Pineda revealed that the live-action series adapted from the original anime made by Sunrise studio entitled Cowboy Bebop, has finished recording for its first season. Pineda plays the role of Faye Valentine in this adaptation, this is evident from the caption he puts on his new photo upload.

I'm back to say… The first season of COWBOY BEBOP is finally, over. I'll be back there again, after delivering this message. "

The series stars John Cho as Spike, Mustafa Shakir as Jet, Pineda as Faye, Alex Hassell as Vicious, and Elena Satine as Julia.


  • Geoff Stults as Chalmers, Jet's former partner
  • Tamara Tunie as Ana, owner of the Mars club
  • Mason Alexander Park as Gren, Ana's right hand man
  • Rachel House as Mao, Capo's White Tiger
  • Ann Truong as Shin, one of Vicious's henchmen
  • Hoa Xuande as Lin, one of Vicious' s henchmen [post_ads]

This project is produced by Netflix in collaboration with Tomorrow Studios. Netflix will handle all of the physical production. Tomorrow Studio is a partnership between producer Marty Adeistein (Prison Break) and ITV Studio. Shinichiro Watanabe (original anime director) served as a consultant for the project. Andre Nemec, Josh Appelbaum, Jeff Pinkner, and Scott Rosenberg of Midnight Radio are credited as showrunner and executive producer.

In October 2019, Netflix posted a “Behind the Scene” video to mark the start of production. However, this first season was postponed in New Zealand due to lead actor John Cho suffering from a knee injury, followed by the COVID-19 outbreak. In July 2020, filming continued even though it was still in a pandemic era.

Live-action Cowboy Bebop tells the story of a crew of bounty hunters fleeing from the past, as they hunt the solar system the most.

Anime began airing by Sunrise on April 3, 1998 and ended in episode 26 on April 24, 1999. Then, in 2001, Bones studio produced an anime film based on this series with the title Cowboy Bebop: Tengoku no Tobira. In April 2020, it was announced that the production team was planning a live-action Cowboy Bebop season 2. [post_ads_2]


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