Image: Netflix Production photos and an intro are OK for getting the briefest taste of the series, but Netflix’s first proper trailer for the upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop adaptation has just been released. Here it is. At 2:40 it’s a far more substantial look at how John Cho and company are shaping up in the roles: However the series itself ends up panning out, that soundtrack is going to be a banger. The series is out on November 19. READ MORE: Netflix’s Live-Action Cowboy Bebop Intro Is Good I’m still not sure how I feel about this upcoming Netflix adaptation of the classic Cowboy Bebop series, but thanks in large part to the show’s classic “Tank!” theme song, the intro is a banger at least. G/O Media may get a commission Cowboy Bebop’s Original Japanese Voice Cast Returns To Dub Netflix Series Yoko Kanno, who scored the original anime, isn’t the only one returning to Cowboy Bebop. The entire, original voice cast is, too, who will be dubbing the live-action Netflix show’s Japanese language track. First Look At Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop, Which Might Not Suck We haven’t seen the actual show yet. It could still suck! But if we’re going to be superficial, it sure looks like Netflix is getting the look of its Cowboy Bebop adaptation sorta, well, right. Netflix Cowboy Bebop’s Existence Now Justified By New Yoko Kanno Music On Tuesday, Netflix announced that Yoko Kanno, the musical genius behind Cowboy Bebop’s soundtrack, will be producing original tunes for the Netflix live-action adaptation of the hit anime series. Live-Action Cowboy Bebop Is Coming To Netflix Cowboy Bebop is getting a live-action series on Netflix, with the anime’s creator Shinichiro Watanabe consulting. The Cowboy Bebop anime debuted back in 1998 with Watanabe at the helm. The live-action first episode will be written by Christopher Yost, who recently penned Thor: Ragnarok.