Netflix is making a live-action Yu Yu Hakusho

Simply 2 weeks prior to Netflix drops Cowboy Bebop, a live-action adjustment of a precious ‘90s anime, the streaming giant has actually revealed another: Yu Yu Hakusho, the well-known manga by Yoshihiro Togashi, which was adjusted into a well-known anime series by Studio Pierrot.

The news, tweeted out by Netflix, is little on information however the business states the series will get here in December 2023.

In a medium loaded with excellent properties, Yu Yu Hakusho’s is an all-timer: Yusuke Urameshi is a teen punk who is struck by a cars and truck and eliminated when he attempts to conserve a kid captured in its course. Because this was an uncharacteristically generous act, the citizens of the afterlife are at a loss with what to do with him, because he would’ve been hell-bound were it not for his unexpected selflessness. After passing a test, he’s used the possibility to go back to his body, and ends up being an underworld investigator, examining supernatural occasions in the land of the living.

The statement is among the highlights from Netflix’s Japan Celebration 2021, in which the banner revealed an enormous slate of anime and anime-inspired tasks presently in production. Like with Yu Yu Hakusho, information are limited on the majority of them, however the slate is likewise loaded with brand-new seasons for current hits (like the Ultraman reboot) and old favorites. (Consisting Of Tiger and Bunny 2, brand-new Investigator Conan experiences, and Aggretsuko season 4.)

Here’s hoping that Yu Yu Hakusho’s outright bop of a signature tune is integrated in some way.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.