Cowboy Bebop Cast reacts to series cancellation

The cast of ‘Cowboy Bebop’ took to social media to express their disappointment and sadness at the cancellation of the Netflix screening.

Images via Netflix

The cast of Cowboy Bebop took to social media to express disappointment and sadness over the show’s cancellation on Netflix. It looks like the cowboy got to see his last space ride, much to the relief of fans of the original series. Fans react negatively to the show due to some ongoing changes, which resulted in the show being cancelled.

Cowboy Bepop is a live-action adaptation of the legendary anime of the same name in which the main character John Cho as Spike Spiegel, an intergalactic bounty hunter. The series follows his adventures with his friends as they pursue eccentric criminal targets across the solar system, frequently encountering problems as well as their pasts along the way. . The series is considered one of the best and a great gateway for western anime fans.

Many of the cast members and most prominently the scriptwriter Javier Grillo-Marxuach, posted his disappointment about the cancellation on Twitter along with a photo of the cast:

“I really enjoy working on this. it comes from a real and pure place of respect and affection. I wish we could have done what we had planned for the second season, but you know what they say, men plan, god laughs. see you space cowboy…”

Images via Netflix

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Other stars also expressed their sadness at the contract cancellation, including Mason Alexander Park, who played Gren on the show. They said the feeling of “Nice to do this with you”, in the comment section of Grillo-Marxuach’s tweet. They also shared a picture with co-star John Cho taken on set Cowboy Bebop, added “Gutted … See You Space Cowboy.” Cho does not share as much as his other members, opt in post a gif in response to the news, briefly expressing his disappointment.


The series is developed by the MCU writer Christopher Yost and premieres on Netflix on November 19, 2021. While the cast’s disappointment was heartbreaking, the film did have some issues, which were expressed by fans and critics alike. While Netflix has a reputation for canceling shows quickly, in this case, canceling might be for the best.

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