Netflix adds the original Cowboy Bebop animated series to its catalog on October 21, giving you about a month to watch it all before the series debuts live on November 19.
This is great news for me personally. I have been extremely intrigued by what Netflix has shown of the live action series – which so far has included a series of images and the opening title sequence, which is heavily modeled on that of the ‘anime – but I haven’t seen the original show for myself. Now that the whole show will be on Netflix, I can see it all with a single streaming service subscription.
It is not known if the switch to Netflix means that Cowboy Bebop will be removed from Hulu, Funimation, or any other streaming platform where it is currently available. It’s also not clear from Netflix’s tweet whether the show will be updated or remastered in any way.
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