The “Cowboy Bebop” live-action series at Netflix has discovered the lion’s portion of its main cast; Variety has acquired.
What lengths will the rivalries go?
John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, and Alex Hassell have all been chosen for leading roles in the series, which is adopted from the anime show, which has the same title.
John Cho will be seen playing the role of Spike Spiegal, who is a fresh bounty hunter with a lethal smile, an ironic wit, and style to forbear. He visits the solar system with his ex-cop partner, Jet, seeking the future’s most deadly bounties with a mixture of mascot, mystique, and tedious Jeet Kune Do.
Hassell will perform Viciously. Characterized as a man who wholly enjoys a good killing, Vicious is the Syndicate’s most ill-famed hitman. He’s also Spike Spiegel’s ex-partner and arch-rival.
Radical Ed will also perform in the series, but the casting method for that persona is ongoing.
Pineda will perform Faye Valentine, described as a fearless, brash and unrecognizable bounty hunter. Enduring from amnesia after years of being cryogenically clueless, Faye does anything she can to survive. Even if she’s untruthful, stealing, or just being a thorn in Spike and Jet’s side.
Shakir will perform Jet Black, who is one of the best cops in the solar system. Earlier, betrayal stole his loved ones and forced him into hunting the bounties in his career so that he can get food. Jet is enthusiastic and Captain of Bebop.
What does Netflix say?
Netflix caught up “Cowboy Bebop” for ten episodes in last November. The show is an inspiring genre story of Spike Spiegal. Jet Black, Faye Valentine, and Radical Ed, a tight and raw crew of bounty hunters who run from their past, are now hunting the solar systems most dangerous hunters. They will also keep the world safe and sound fr the right price.