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Live-Action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Cancelled After One Season

# Live-Action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Cancelled After One Season

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Last month, Netflix premiered the live-action adaptation of the popular anime series *Cowboy Bebop*, which received mixed responses. Fans of the original series were disappointed by the changes in the plot and characterizations, while critics found the series lackluster. Both critics and audiences on Rotten Tomatoes gave it around a 50% score, indicating a lukewarm reception.

Netflix recently announced the cancellation of the live-action *Cowboy Bebop* after just one season following the negative feedback. Co-executive producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach expressed his affection for the show and disappointment over its cancellation in a tweet.

The cancellation means that the unresolved storyline involving the introduction of Radical Edward, a significant character from the anime who appeared briefly in the first season, will not be explored further. The exaggerated portrayal of Ed in a clip circulated on Twitter caused controversy, with many viewers expressing disappointment. This portrayal was the debut role for newcomer Eden Perkins, although critics were more concerned about the character’s writing than Perkins’ performance.

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