Netflix’s live-action adaptation of “One Piece” is expanding its voyage with additional episodes.

Netflix’s live-action adaptation of One Piece is exceeding expectations, and the streaming platform is committed to maintaining the momentum of the first season by producing additional episodes, as confirmed by Eiichiro Oda.

In a somewhat unexpected move, considering Netflix’s usual secrecy regarding show cancellations, Oda announced today that the live-action One Piece series has been officially renewed for an undisclosed number of new episodes or seasons. In a video announcement featuring one of One Piece’s iconic transponder snails, Oda expressed his gratitude to both long-time and new fans for their support and mentioned that “it will take some time to prepare the scripts, so please bear with us.”

Oda remarked, “It appears that people all around the world have been enjoying the series, which truly validates the hard work put in by the production team. To those who have been loyal fans of One Piece for years and to those who have just discovered it, thank you immensely.”

Amidst the ongoing labor strikes in Hollywood and the absence of a production schedule, the exact timeline for when viewers can expect to see Luffy and his crew again remains uncertain. However, with the first season only scratching the surface of the source material, the creative team behind One Piece will have a wealth of inspiration to draw from as they embark on the next phase of production.

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