Netflix's Cowboy Bebop Releases Silly Blooper Reel

Netflix's live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop has taken over the Netflix U.S. charts despite getting a mixed response since its release last week. The ten-episode first season features John Cho, Daniella Pineda, and Mustafa Shakir as Spike Spiegel, Faye Valentine, and Jet Black, members of the ragtag group scouring the space for bounties.

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Netflix hasn't confirmed a second season for Cowboy Bebop yet, but the first season laid the groundwork for a sequel, and given its popularity, the streaming giant will likely green-light a new season soon. While some fans of the original anime series despised the changes made in Netflix's live-action adaptation, some viewers enjoyed the stylish action, genre-defying story, and the charming characters of the show. Now, a new clip has emerged to remind us of the fun chemistry between the actors.

The official Twitter account for Netflix's Cowboy Bebop has shared a silly new blooper reel that shows various outtakes from the filming of Season 1, compiling them in a video clip that shares hilarious moments the actors had while filming the series.

While Netflix's Cowboy Bebop ventured into new territory for the anime series originally created by Sunrise and Hajime Yatate, it also featured familiar Easter Eggs in the show.

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Currently, Cowboy Bebop stands #1 on Netflix's U.S. charts, surpassing shows like Arcane, Hellbound, and Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness, according to Flixpatrol. However, it ranks #3 in the world with Hellbound (#1) and Arcane (#2) topping the charts.

Netflix's Cowboy Bebop is now available to stream worldwide. You can also watch the classic Cowboy Bebop anime series on the streaming platform. For more details, check out everything we know about Cowboy Bebop Season 1 here.

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