Is Cowboy Bebop Season 2 Officially Confirmed By Netflix?

The first season is now available for everyone to stream on Netflix.

November 19, 2021

After a long wait, the first season of Cowboy Bebop is finally available for everyone to watch on Netflix. Now, fans wonder if André Nemec plans to renew the live-action TV show for Season 2. Well, here’s everything we know about it.

Cowboy Bebop is a live-action adaptation of the legendary Japanese anime series with the same name. The series focuses on the journey of a group of Bounty Hunters who travel across the solar system on their spaceship.

The 26-episode long anime series came out in 1998, and after all these years, it is still considered one of the best anime series of all time. Furthermore, Cowboy Bebop is acknowledged as the show that popularized Japanese anime in the west. So, it’s no wonder that Netflix’s live-action version caught the attention of millions of fans.

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Cowboy Bebop | Official Trailer | Netflix

Cowboy Bebop | Official Trailer | Netflix

Will Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Get a Season 2?

Currently, Netflix hasn’t officially confirmed a Season 2 for live-action Cowboy Bebop. However, it’s safe to say that André Nemec, the show’s developer, is already working on a second season. Interestingly, in an interview with Vanity Fair, Nemec confirmed that he was planning season 2 while working on the first season.

Of course, Tomorrow Studios and Netflix have to green-lit a second season before Nemec could explore the endless possibilities from the lore. That said, Cowboy Bebop is a top-rated franchise that already has millions of fans from around the world. And with the live action’s incredible cast, it would be crazy for Netflix to let go of the show after only one season.

Warning: This section contains spoilers for Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop.

Besides all we’ve discussed, Edward’s appearance in the final episode confirms that a Season 2 of Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop is in the cards. The genius prodigy kid wasn’t a part of Season 1’s plot because writers wanted the character to play a leading role in Season 2.

When Netflix announced the cast for Cowboy Bebop, they left Edward from all of the marketing material. In the anime, Ed is one of the main characters. So, it was surprising for the fans that Netflix didn’t introduce the prodigy kid in the official trailers.

Well, before the show’s official release, the official Twitter account for Cowboy Bebop hinted at Ed’s presence in the show. And recently, Netflix Geeked announced that the newcomer Eden Perkins is portraying Ed in live-action.

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