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How many seasons might it take for Netflix to adapt all of One Piece? | Spaghetti code

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 07:52:09

Netflix has managed to captivate One Piece viewers with its recent live-action adaptation, which seems to be a very ambitious project that it conceived with the help of Eiichiro Oda, but the work has over a thousand chapters and counting.

The story of Monkey D. Luffy and his crew’s quest for One Piece is one of the longest and most popular in the world of anime and manga. So, after watching this first season, fans were left asking themselves the question: How much longer will it take for Netflix to adapt the entire series?

First, it is important to consider the pace of adaptation. Most anime series adapt approximately two manga chapters per episode.

However, One Piece often features a slower pace, especially in main storylines where one or even less than one chapter is adapted into one episode. If Netflix decides to faithfully maintain this pace to maintain the quality of the adaptation, the process will take longer.

The One Piece anime series is considered one of the longest running as it currently airs over 1070 episodes and those that are missing, so it would take 14 to 16 seasons to adapt everything in the story, just thinking that it would take a year to film – one and a half.

But if Netflix decides to keep up with the pace of adapting nearly 90 manga chapters per season like they did with these first 8 chapters, that’s a good mark.

This would be beneficial for both viewers and producers as they could focus on a high-quality adaptation rather than the rush to keep up.

Adapting all of One Piece on Netflix is ​​a project that will require many seasons and years of work, and the exact duration will depend on the pace of future storylines and production decisions.


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