Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Canceled After Being Universally Panned By Fans

A series that should have never existed is now over for fans who never asked for it.

Netflix has canceled its live-action Cowboy Bebop adaptation after just one season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.


The show was based on the anime of the same title is largely regarded as one of the greatest Animes of all time. The 10-episode Netflix series garnered only a 46 percent positive critics rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. Fans seemed to agree, giving the show a 56 percent positive audience score on the site. 

Netflix’s renewal rate for scripted series that have two or more seasons stands at 60 percent, in line with industry averages, and, like all Netflix renewal verdicts, the decision was made by balancing the show’s viewership and cost.



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One thought on “Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Canceled After Being Universally Panned By Fans

  1. I actually thought “Thank God” when I heard about this, probably one of the few positive things to haplen lately, maybe Wokeflix will learn a lesson and remember their supposed to make movies for customers.

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