TelevisionThe first season of “Cowboy Bebop” appeared on Netflix in November of last year and immediately caused mixed reactions. So the streaming platform quickly decided to discontinue the series. Fans of the series were not happy about this and came to a petition as a result. Successfully, because the list has already been signed over 100,000 times.
The first season of “Cowboy Bebop” premiered on Netflix on Friday, November 19, 2021, but less than two months later, the streaming platform decided not to include the series in its offering. The reason for the decision is the different reactions. In addition, critics were not particularly enthusiastic. For example, on Rotten Tomatoes, the series scored just 47%. However, fans do not agree with Netflix and their decision to make “Cowboy Bebop” offline. In response, a number of viewers began a petition.
The petition in question was titled “Save the live action” Cowboy Bebop” and is available at Change.org. At the time of writing, the counter is already at 119,030 signatures and it is clear that the number will continue to rise in the coming days. The petition founders set their sights on season two. They hope another production company will pick up the Netflix series.
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“Cowboy Bebop” tells the story of three bounty hunters who search for bad guys throughout the solar system. The series stars John Cho (Spike Spiegel), Daniela Pineda (Faye Valentine), and Mustafa Shakir (Jet Black). The Netflix series is also based on the animated series of the same name. That’s a total of two seasons. One of the reasons fans of the live-action version would want a sequel. Both series will be on the same level.
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