Netflix: opening credits for the live-action Cowboy Bebop series revealed

Netflix: opening credits for the live-action Cowboy Bebop series revealed


Live-action versions of successful animes have been around for almost as long as the templates themselves. Many already exist in the media landscape and at least as many are still in the works. Netflix in particular is an important representative in this regard. The streaming service is currently not only producing a live-action series on the popular pirate adventure One Piece, but also on the pocket monster franchise Pokémon.

In addition, Netflix also has a real classic up its sleeve November 19 already has a specific release date. We are of course talking about the space adventure Cowboy Bebop around the bounty hunters Spike Spiegel, Jet Black and Faye Valentine.

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Strong focus on the original including song selection

Now Netflix has published the opening credits for the live-action series by Cowboy Bebop. Fans of the original will immediately recognize that it is closely based on the original of the anime. From the bright colors that jump back and forth between characters and scenes in tiled excerpts, to the selection of songs: Fortunately, you use the groovy jazz intro "Tank!" from the seatbelts.

As much as the new opening credits imitate the style of the old one, there are some differences in content between the two. In the intro of the live-action opening credits, there is a much larger focus on the villains, even apart from Spike's rival Vicious. In addition to Pierrot Le Fou, the teddy bomber also has an appearance here. If you can't see it, however, is little Ed, the technology genius and the youngest member of the crew.

The actors for Cowboy Bebop have been known for a long time. The leader of the space bounty hunters, Spike Spiegel, plays John Cho, while his partner Jet Black is played by Mustafa Shakir. The loner Faye Valentine, on the other hand, is played by Daniella Pineda and dog Ein also gets a real dog as an acting substitute. The live-action version of Cowboy Bebop will then run on Netflix on November 19th. See You Space Cowboy!

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9. 'Nailed It!' (Netflix original, 2018-present)


Description: 'Home bakers with a terrible track record take a crack at re-creating edible masterpieces for a $10,000 prize. It's part reality contest, part hot mess.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 98%

What critics said: 'We're all trying the best we can — and Nailed It! celebrates our gameness to get out of bed every day and keep trying, and maybe laugh along the way, too.' — Vox (season four)

8. 'Manifest' (NBC and Netflix, 2018-present)


Description: 'When a plane mysteriously lands years after takeoff, the people onboard return to a world that has moved on without them and face strange, new realities.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: N/A

What critics said: 'Manifest's premiere is confident and declares that it hasn't lost any of its heart or soul, as the Stone family conquers the new threats that face them more together than ever, even if they're hundreds of miles apart.' — Tell-Tale TV (season three)

7. 'Sharkdog' (Netflix original, 2021-present)


Description: 'Half shark, half dog with a big heart and a belly full of fish sticks! Together, Sharkdog and his human pal Max can take on any silly or messy adventure.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: N/A

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6. 'The Circle' (Netflix original, 2020-present)


Description: 'Status and strategy collide in this social experiment and competition show where online players flirt, befriend and catfish their way toward $100,000.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: N/A

What critics said: 'I'm not even sure the snark of host Michelle Buteau can save season three of The Circle.' — The Spool (season three)

5. 'Cocomelon' (YouTube, 2019-present)


Description: 'Learn letters, numbers, animal sounds and more with J.J. in this musical series that brings fun times with nursery rhymes for the whole family!'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: N/A

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4. 'Lucifer' (Netflix original, 2016-2021)


Description: 'Bored with being the Lord of Hell, the devil relocates to Los Angeles, where he opens a nightclub and forms a connection with a homicide detective.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 88%

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3. 'Clickbait' (Netflix original, 2021-present)


Description: 'When family man Nick Brewer is abducted in a crime with a sinister online twist, those closest to him race to uncover who is behind it and why.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 55%

What critics said: 'Clickbait is yet another digital-concerned show/film that gestures at big ideas about the internet — catfishing, cancel culture, surveillance, etc — but fails to capture the contours of life on it.' — Guardian (season one)

2. 'Squid Game' (Netflix original, 2021-present)


Description: 'Hundreds of cash-strapped players accept a strange invitation to compete in children's games. Inside, a tempting prize awaits — with deadly high stakes.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 100%

What critics said: 'Squid Game doesn't offer an escape from the horrors of the real world; within its limitations as a fictional drama, it gives us something far rarer: an affirmation that they exist, and that we're not alone in finding them nightmarish.' — Den of Geek (season one)

1. 'Sex Education' (Netflix original, 2019-present)


Description: 'Insecure Otis has all the answers when it comes to sex advice, thanks to his therapist mom. So rebel Maeve proposes a school sex-therapy clinic.'

Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 96%

What critics said: 'All the young actors shine, but none of them more than Ncuti Gatwa, who plays Eric with an energy and resilience that is inspiring to watch. This season, Gatwa isn't just a joy; he brings more nuance and authenticity than ever.' — Boston Globe (season three)

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