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Netflix’s “Cowboy Bebop” live-action series finishes filming

See you soon, Space Cowboy.

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Plagued by delays with the injury of its main star and understandably the state of world decay, things seem finally intact as the team behind the Netflix live-action adaptation of the Cowboy Bebop series has finally wrapped principal photography.

Daniella Pineda, who is set to play Faye Valentine in the series, announced the first season has finished filming via her social media:

Of course, you all can remember filming for the series began in 2019, where John Cho, the actor set to play Spike, suffered an injury during the execution of a stunt that left his leg broken. And though the halt to production was dealt a 7+ month delay, things got pushed back to an entire year, thanks to Covid-19.

More as things develop.

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