Eichiro Oda manga is finally getting live-action and will be released sometime soon. If you loved the manga, you do not want to miss out on the live-action as according to the set budget for the series production, the live-action will be lit. The manga, which came out in 1997, is currently among the bestselling manga of all time, and it will be entering its final saga anytime soon.
Tomorrow Studios, the studio behind Cowboy Bebop, will produce the series. Since the series filming is already in motion, there is no chance the series will be canceled. Most of Netflix’s live-action adaptations have not been successful, including Bleach, and we hope that Netflix will do right with the upcoming series. Here is everything you need to know about the One Piece live-action.
One Piece Season 2 Release Date: When will it air on Netflix?
Netflix has given updates on when the one-piece second series will be released, and you will have to be a little patient. The previous season one show production was scheduled for 2020; however, with the Covid 19 pandemic, things did not go according to plan. It had to be rescheduled several times until last year when Netflix gave updates on the filming and released on 31st August 2023.
Oda, the creator, revealed the series’ progress and added that the series production would take longer than expected as they are working to produce one of the best shows. The earliest you can expect this live-action to be released is in late 2024 or early 2025.
One Piece Season 2 Plot: What should we expect?
The series is set in the alternate version of the Earth where pirates rule the sea; the pirates are ruthless and would do anything to claim the mythical treasure famously known as the One Piece. The One Piece belonged to the most notorious pirate Gol D.Roger, but it is yet to be claimed after he died.
Not only the old pirates have the dream of claiming the treasure, but also a young boy named Luffy. He has always dreamed of owning his crew and declaring himself the king of the pirates, and he sets to do just that. He devours a devil’s fruit and is given the power to transform himself into rubber. He also acquires the massive strength needed to sail through the vile seas and fight his spot as the pirate king.
One Piece Season 2 Cast: Who will make a comeback?
Netflix revealed the series casting in 2021, and it will feature some young and promising talents. Inaki Godoy will play the series protagonist, Monkey D Luffy, the young boy on a mission to be the pirate king. He has played in several series and is famously known for Bruno’s role in the Who Killed Sara series. Other cast members include Taz Skylar, Emily Rudd, Jacob Romero, and Corona Zorro. The second season will have the same cast appearing with additional new cast members.
One Piece Season 2 Trailer: When will it come?
Netflix has yet to release the trailer for the live series, but there is a cast announcement video that might catch your eye. Since the creators said the series might take some time in production, the trailer might either be released before the year ends or early next year. In the meantime, you can watch other Japanese anime on Netflix, Baki, Naruto, The Seven Deadly Sins, Demon Slayer, and many others.
Reviews and ratings of One Piece Season 1
The live-action of the adapted manga One Piece Season 1 has surely captured the hearts of cult favorite anime fans. The series got a good score of 85% on the Tomatometer and 95% on the audience score. And on IMDb, it got a rating of 8.4/10.
Where Can I Watch One Piece Season 1?
The live-action One Piece Season One is available only on Netflix. Viewers can watch on the Netflix official app or stream directly on their smartwatch devices by logging into their Netflix account. Click here to watch the full episodes.
In Season 1 of One Piece there are 8 episodes only:
- S1 E1 – ROMANCE DAWN
- S1 E2 – THE MAN IN THE STRAW HAT
- S1 E3 – TELL NO TALES
- S1 E4 – THE PIRATES ARE COMING
- S1 E5 – EAT AT BARATIE!
- S1 E6 – THE CHEF AND THE CHORE BOY
- S1 E7 – THE GIRL WITH THE SAWFISH TATTOO
- S1 E8 – WORST IN THE EAST