One Piece Will Be Adapted Into A Live Action Series By Netflix! Good Or Bad ?!
Good news for One Piece fans! On Thursday (30/1/2020) Netflix began announcing that they would exclusively stream an adaptation of the One Piece live-action series based on the manga written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda of the same title. Netflix also revealed that the first season (season 1) of the show will have ten episodes to air, and that Oda will serve as executive producer. Eiichiro Oda as the creator of the manga One Piece also gave the following open message to his manga fans: An open message from Eiichiro Oda Eiichiro Oda's open message above is more or less like this when translated into Indonesian: \ I know I announced this production in 2017 , but these things take time! Preparations are slowly progressing behind the scenes, and it looks like I can finally make a big announcement: Netflix, the world's leading streaming entertainment service, will provide us with excellent production support! This is so exhilarating !! How far will the story progress over the 10 episodes of Season 1? Who will be the cast !? Please be patient a little longer and keep waiting !! \ Staff involved: Tomorrow Studios, a partnership between producer Marty and ITV Studios, is producing the live-action series. Matt is the author of the show. Steven Maeda and Becky Clements are executive producers. With this announcement, many fans finally started to have big hopes and didn't want the live-action series adaptation to be bad like what Netflix had previously done in the Death Note Live Action series. For those of you who don't know the Live Action Death Note adaptation that Netflix worked on, fans can Googling themselves, surely fans will really be shaken because of the story, the characters and their inconsequential and different from the anime. Hopefully this One Piece Live Action series adaptation doesn't disappoint like the previous ones! Since this is One Piece, a series that has quite a number of fans and enthusiasts, it's a shame if the results are bad. Hopefully Netflix does all the best for this season 1 project. Additional info: Reportedly, the One Piece Live Action series will begin airing by Netflix in 2021. Source: ANN, Japanese Netflix Twitter account