A decision by Netflix to scrap the second season of Cowboy Bebop is disappointing but not devastating, with the series appearing to have put the region on the map as a filming destination, Stuff reports. Pam Ford, Auckland Unlimited director of investment and industry, said the city was already fielding “numerous international enquiries from a range of producers”. “Auckland’s screen production sector has always been resilient and adaptable, and our region’s world-class crew, locations and facilities remain in strong demand,” she said.

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