Netflix’s One Piece Live Action Season 2 Delayed Due To Holywood Strikes

Season 2 could be released next year. 


Recently, Marty Adelstein, CEO of Tomorrow Studios, which produced the live-action adaptation of Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece manga told Variety that “We’ve got scripts ready” when asked about the second season of the series.

Tomorrow Studios president Becky Clements also provided more insight on the topic, stating that season 2 could be released as soon as next year.

“Realistically, hopefully, a year away, if we move very quickly, and that is a possibility,” Clements said. “Somewhere between a year and 18 months, we could be ready for air.”

This is because of the production delays caused by the writers’ and workers’ strikes in Hollywood.

The tale of One Piece takes place on a parallel Earth when the ‘Golden Age of Pirates’ is in full swing.

The seas are ruled by ruthless pirates, and only the strongest can claim the legendary ‘One Piece’ fortune left behind by the greatest pirate of them, Gol D. Roger.

Years after Gol D. Roger’s death, Monkey D. Luffy dreams of establishing his own crew, locating One Piece, and becoming the Pirate King.

Luffy has incredible strength and agility after eating a devil’s fruit that turns his body into rubber.

He leaves Foosha Village in East Blue on his epic expedition to become the next Pirate King.

Source: Variety