Netflix has become a meme when it comes to terrible live-action anime adaptations, but that hasn\u2019t stopped them from trying. Production for Cowboy Bebop was actually undergoing before lockdown started, and we have an update on the show.\r\n\r\nTalking to SYFY Wire, Tomorrow Studios\u2019 Marty Adelstein had offered an update on Bebop, and shares:\r\n\r\n"So, we have finished three episodes. I think we\u2019re into [shooting] six; then John Cho tore his ACL, unfortunately. But I have to tell you I really like the show. It\u2019s really fun\u2026 And we have gone out of our way, because of all these anime movies that have come out and been accused of being whitewashed, we have really gone out of our way. We have the original composer, Yoko Kanno, doing music. The characters are all sort of multiethnic, and it\u2019s a great cast. And the two episodes I have seen are so much fun. It\u2019s really fun."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThat\u2019s surely good news to hear, and personally I love how they brought back Yoko Kanno to do the music for the show. Probably one of the most iconic elements of Cowboy Bebop was the music, and if Netflix wants this show done right, they better make sure that the soundtrack slaps.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=9Go4J1RaeuM\r\n\r\nAdmittedly, I can\u2019t really make an accurate gauge of my excitement for the series yet until we get a new trailer. We don\u2019t know when Netflix plans to drop it, but I have a feeling we could get our first look in July around the time of the digital SDCC 2020.\r\n\r\nNo release date has been set for Netflix\u2019s Cowboy Bebop.