Netflix's Live-Action One Piece Gets Big Change Behind the Scenes Ahead of Season 2

A new season of One Piece, the live-action version of the well-known manga series by Eiichiro Oda, will be available on Netflix.  

That being said, Season 2's crew will be distinct from Season 1's.  

Joe Tracz is set to co-showrun the live-action One Piece series, according to Deadline. Tracz and Matt Owens, co-showrunner, executive producer,   

writer of One Piece Season 1, will collaborate on Season 2.  

Executive producer Steve Maeda, who co-developed the Netflix TV series with Owen in the past, will continue in that role.  

Filming for One Piece Season 2 is scheduled to start in June and premiere in 2025.  

A chaotic battle rages on as the Five Elders take the upper hand and are ready to foil Vegapunk's schemes in One Piece Chapter 1112.  

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Following his stint as writer and co-executive producer on the Disney+ series Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Tracz has recently joined the show.   

Additionally, he previously contributed to the 25-episode run of A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix.  

"As a great admirer of Oda-san's extraordinary inventiveness, I was astounded by what the live-action team produced in Season 1. Thus, joining the Going is a dream come true and a pleasure.  

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