The new teaser for “Cowboy Bebop” revealed new details about the soundtrack, premiere season and resulted in fans geeking out about John Cho’s hair.
The teaser: Netflix released a “Cowboy Bebop” teaser on Twitter for their second day of Geeked Week featuring John Cho, Mustafa Shakir and Daniella Pineda on Thursday.
Netflix released a trailer for its original animated series “Trese” on Thursday, showcasing a star-studded cast of Filipino artists from the Philippines and the U.S.
About the series: The upcoming series, based on a beloved Filipino graphic novel of the same name, is set to premiere on June 11, Esquire reported.
Netflix released some details for three new upcoming projects led by Asian Americans for 2023.
The three projects will consist of an animated film titled, “The Monkey King,” and two animated series, “Mech Cadets” and “Boons and Curses.” The former is a CG action and the latter is a 2D animated comedy, according to Netflix.
The chances of Sandra Oh appearing in an episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” are little to none as the actress now directs her focus on her upcoming Netflix project.
Don’t hold your breath: While speaking to The Los Angeles Times’ “Asian Enough” podcast, the 49-year-old actor admitted, that part of her life is over now.
Netflix has kicked off a campaign to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) creators and talents for AAPI Heritage Month.
About the campaign: Netflix is launching a Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Stories collection, which contains series, films and specials featuring talents from the AAPI community, Lisa Nishimura, VP of Documentary and Independent Films, said.
In a Tiktok video that went viral over the weekend, an Asian American filmmaker explains the connections between her original work and Netflix’s “Two Distant Strangers,” which won the Best Live Action Short Film in last week’s Academy Awards.
Filmmaker, producer and comedian Cynthia Kao shared in the video how NowThis News, a social media-focused news outlet, approached her last year with an interest in her 2016 short film “Groundhog Day for a Black Man.”
Netflix on Thursday released “Yasuke,” an anime series based on a real historical figure believed to be the first Black samurai.
The trailer, which was released on Monday and dubbed in English, shows Yasuke exhibiting his fighting skills against enemies who use swords, magical powers and mecha weapons.
Netflix’s original series, “Master of None,” is returning for a third season next month after a four-year hiatus.
The announcement came on Wednesday when the Twitter account Netflix Queue posted a few images of what’s coming on the streaming platform next month, according to Variety.
Riding on the success of its 2020 anime show “Blood of Zeus,” Netflix will release 40 anime titles this year.
The streaming giant announced its plans on Saturday during the virtual animation expo AnimeJapan 2021, The Verge reported.
Steven Yeun and Ali Wong are starring together in the Netflix comedy-drama, “Beef.”
About the show so far: “Beef” was pitched around a week ago, stirring a “frenzy” amongst the top streaming platforms. Deadline announced that Netflix won the rights to the show.
A series adaptation of Min Jin Lee’s 2007 debut novel “Free Food for Millionaires” is currently in development exclusively for Netflix.
The novel, which made several best-of lists after it was first released, explores New York City in the 1990s from a unique Asian American perspective.
Netflix has dropped the trailer for “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel,” a true-crime docuseries that sheds light on the mysterious and unsolved death of Elisa Lam.
The series, which will premiere on Netflix on Feb. 10, will investigate the death of the 21-year-old Canadian college student who was found naked and lifeless inside a water tank on the roof of the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles.