Although the show has received around 74 million hours of watch time worldwide since its launch, CHEAP reported, viewership dropped in the following weeks.
Based on very popular and classic anime 1998, Cowboy Bebop It’s just one of many anime adaptations that lack what fans loved about the original. Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop seems to be struggling to find his audience; it manages to simulate the interface of the program, but in its attempt to be something new, it feels too raw and superficial. It was a the explosion of the melody that often leaves people scratching their heads.
For their part, the cast and crew are always hoping for Netflix Cowboy Bebop won’t just be a rehash of the anime; showrunner André Nemec wants to remix and remake the original, with lots of opportunities to pull from the downlines. Season 1 puts the Bebop crew in trouble: Faye leaves to learn more about where she’s from; Jet kicks Spike off his ship; and Spike, drunkenly mourning the loss of his friendship and the woman he thought he loved, tripped become Ed is loved by the fans, who says Spike needs to help her.
For whatever Nemec and crew set up in season 2 – with Ed’s intro and “Butterfly Man” – Netflix has finished the show. At least we will always have a John Cho performance for all ages (plus original anime).
https://www.polygon.com/22827015/cowboy-bebop-canceled-netflix Cowboy Bebop has been canceled by Netflix even though season 1 has been changed