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7 Thrilling Shows Anime Fans, Who Loved Netflix’s ‘One Piece’ Live Action, Must Watch

7 Thrilling Shows Anime Fans, Who Loved Netflix's 'One Piece' Live Action, Must Watch

Netflix’s live-action One Piece has taken the streaming world by storm, winning over fans and overcoming the so-called “curse” of Hollywood anime adaptations. The series was commended by critics for achieving the proper mix between honoring the source material and taking the creative freedoms required for a new format.

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One Piece live-action is a hit by Netflix
One Piece live-action is a hit by Netflix

Unfortunately, the first season of the ever-growing series only features 8 episodes and after completing those episodes, fans are left with the big question, ‘What Now?’. Well, some talks are going on about the second season being in the works, and till then, here are 7 thrilling Shows, that every One Piece Live-Action will love.

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1. Shadow And Bone

Shadow And Bone
Shadow And Bone

Shadow and Bone is a Netflix fantasy streaming television series created by Eric Heisserer. It is based on two Leigh Bardugo series set in the Grishaverse, the Shadow and Bone trilogy, and the Six of Crows duology. The series tells the narrative of young Alina Starkov, an orphan and cartographer in the Ravka nation’s First Army, who realizes she is a Grisha, a being with exceptional abilities who has been waiting for a long time to solve a severe need in the universe. While the pirate theme isn’t as strong in Shadow and Bone because the story is mostly centered on fantasy and wizard-like skills, the world-building is vast.

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Shadow And Bone is available for Streaming on Netflix.

2. Black Sails

Black Sails
Black Sails

Black Sails is a television series set on New Providence Island that was written as a precursor to Robert Louis Stevenson’s 1883 novel Treasure Island. Jonathan E. Steinberg and Robert Levine devised the series. It takes place in a world of swashbuckling pirates and naval combat, similar to One Piece. The major setting is the Bahamas’ New Providence Island, which acts as a lawless pirate refuge. Just like the live-action, Black Sails follows the Government vs. Pirates analogy and shares a lot of other similarities too.

Black Sails is available on Starz. Black Sails is also available for rent or purchase on Google Play, Amazon, and Vudu.

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3. Our Flag Means Death

Our Flag Means Death
Our Flag Means Death

Our Flag Means Death is a David Jenkins-created American period romantic comedy television series. The series chronicles the misadventures of gentleman-turned-pirate Stede Bonnet and his crew onboard the Revenge as they try to build a reputation for themselves as pirates and cross paths with legendary pirate captain Blackbeard in the early 18th century during the Golden Age of Piracy. If you enjoy the comedy of One Piece, you will most likely enjoy Our Flag Means Death.

Our Flag Means Death is available for streaming on Max.

4. Alice in Borderland

Alice in Borderland
Alice in Borderland

Based on Haro Aso’s manga, Alice in Borderland is a 2020 Japanese science fiction thriller drama streaming television series. Shinsuke Sato directed the series. It has a very different tone than One Piece, but it is an engrossing and captivating show. Alice in Borderland also has the unusual distinction of being more popular than its anime version. It stars Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya as allies stuck in an abandoned Tokyo who are forced to engage in perilous games, the nature and complexity of which are represented by playing cards, to extend visas that, if not renewed, result in the player’s execution by lasers thrown from the sky.

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Alice in Borderland is available on Netflix for Streaming.

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5. The Musketeers

The Musketeers
The Musketeers

The Musketeers is a British historical action-drama series based on the characters from Alexandre Dumas’ 1844 novel The Three Musketeers. The series follows the musketeers Athos, Aramis, and Porthos as they serve King Louis XIII and the residents of 17th-century Paris. Though there is no particular twist to the story, it is loaded with notions of adventure, duty, good and evil, and brotherhood.

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You can stream The Musketeers on Hulu.

6. Treasure Island

Treasure Island
Treasure Island

Treasure Island is a two-part British television drama based on the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. It follows a young Jim Hawkins as he uncovers a map leading to a famous island held by Captain Flint and vows to make it his quest to find it. Treasure Island is a traditional pirate treasure story, including good pirates and evil pirates.

You can watch Treasure Island By Renting it On Amazon Prime

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7. The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian
The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian is a space western television series produced by Jon Favreau for the Disney+ streaming service. Pedro Pascal plays the title character, a lone bounty hunter on the run to safeguard the Force-sensitive youngster Grogu. Each episode delves into a different planet or city, each with its own culture, fauna, and technology. The galaxy feels enormous, with numerous mysteries to solve, similar to One Piece.

You can stream The Mandalorian on Disney+.

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Written by Tarun

Konichiwa! With a Masters Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and an eternal love for anime and manga, I am on my way to become one of the biggest anime enthusiasts in India. My passion for writing and Anime has helped me connect with Fandomwire, and share my love and experience with the world.