With most still holed at home or limited when it comes to movement, the best way to get over the pandemic is to check out the latest shows on Netflix. There has been a lot to consider but one show that may spur interest is the status of the “Cowboy Bebop” live-adaption.

The anime is one of the fan-favorite shows most have probably heard about. It first debuted on TV in Tokyo in 1998 and many tried to create their adaptations. Sadly, none have succeeded and now a new group hopes that their live-adaptation plans will fare better.

Plans for a “Cowboy Bebop” reboot release were originally scheduled for 2020. But as most know, the coronavirus has altered the course. The original plan was to have it out by spring or summer.

Aside from the pandemic, there was the knee injury that leads star John Cho sustained on the set of the show in New Zealand, Deadline reported. But it appears the people behind “Cowboy Bebop” are ready to buckle down to work and get back on track. Teasers have started to come out courtesy of creators, hinting that the long-awaited live adaptation could be near.

Writer and executive producer Jeff Pinker made it all official when he announced that work is already being done on scripts for the next season. This ramps up the possibility of seeing “Cowboy Bebop” coming out on Netflix, with the first season potentially coming out sometime this 2021.

With that said, it will be interesting what alterations showrunners may do for the live-adaptation of “Cowboy Bebop.” According to writer and director Javier Grillo Marxuach, there will be some modern touches applied to the original story. Aside from that, there will be different attires, settings and new storylines.

Considering most already know how the anime went and looked like, these revelations should further ramp expectations. “Cowboy Bebop” season one will have 10 episodes with producers out to seek a balance between the anime and the modern adaptations.

John Cho attends CBS All Access new series "The Twilight Zone" premiere at the Harmony Gold Preview House and Theater John Cho attends CBS All Access new series "The Twilight Zone" premiere at the Harmony Gold Preview House and Theater Getty Images | Emma McIntyre