If you can't wait for the second season of sci-fi cyberpunk series Altered Carbon, it will soon be a Netflix Original anime.
Set in the same universe as the first season, the anime explore new elements of the series, and features writing from Cowboy Bebop scriptwriter Dai Sato, who's also written for another popular sci-fi anime, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.
The announcements came at Netflix's See What's Next Asia event in Singapore, which featured appearances from CEO Reed Hastings, House of Card's Robin Wright, and Narcos' Diego Luna and Michael Pena.
For Wright, who can be seen in the last season of House of Cards, said that she missed the clothes and shoes of her character, Claire Underwood, but added that she's turning her attention to directing, having enjoyed the experience of doing so for the final Cards episode.
"I'm putting the acting aside right now, and am really focused on directing film," said Wright.
Interestingly, the Pacific Rim movie series, which itself is based on mecha anime, will now go full circle and be an actual anime, featuring a plot about a pair of siblings piloting a Jaeger across a wasteland to look for their parents.