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John Cho Comments on Cowboy Bebop's Cancellation By Netflix After Only 1 Season

John Cho Comments on Cowboy Bebop's Cancellation By Netflix After Only 1 Season

Netflix is notorious for cancelling some of their original programming after only one season on the streaming service.

Cowboy Bebop suffered that fate when the streamer cancelled the show in December 2021 just a few weeks after it premiered.

Now, the star, John Cho, is reacting to the news.

Click inside to read what John Cho said…

About the cancellation, John told THR, “I put a lot of my life into it. I’d gotten injured shooting that show and so I took a year off because of the surgery and devoted myself to rehab, came back and finished the show. It was this huge mountain for me to climb healing from that injury. I felt good about myself as a result.”

He added, “We also shot the show in New Zealand, so my family moved there. It was just a huge event in my life and it was suddenly over. It was very shocking and I was bummed. But I was very warmed by the response. I wish I could have contacted everybody and gotten hugs. You can’t do that now, but … I don’t know what this is. I’m mystified a little bit about how you can connect with people that you don’t know doing your work, but I won’t question it. I will value it and treasure it. I’m just really deeply appreciative that anyone would care. It’s stunning to me.”

Find out all of the TV shows Netflix cancelled after only 1 season.

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