After six emotional seasons, “BoJack Horseman” is coming to an end. Netflix confirmed that the animated-comedy will not be coming back after Season 6, but did release a trailer for the show’s final season. The final episodes of the popular series will air in two parts, much like “Disenchantment,” another Netflix original animated series. Part 1 of the final season will premiere on Netflix on October 25th, followed by the big finale on January 31st. Netflix teased the new season on social media adding, “It’s safe to say Horsin’ Around won’t be BoJack Horseman’s only lasting legacy.”
The animated-series launched in September 2018 and has grown an incredible following over the years. Will Arnett voices BoJack, a failed 90’s sitcom star from the favorite family sitcom Horsin’ Around. The show starts with BoJack dealing with his self-loathing, substance abuse, and failing career, and picks up when a writer decides to write a biography on the actor. BoJack and his human sidekick Todd (Aaron Paul) partner up with his feline agent and ex-paramour Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), looking to stage a comeback. The series also features the voice talents of Alison Brie, and Paul F. Tompkins.
Raphael Bob-Waksberg created the series and serves as an executive producer with Steven A. Cohen and Noel Bright. Arnett and Paul also serve as executive producers on the show. Comedy Central announced that the network had secured the exclusive linear television rights to BoJack back in July 2018. Fans of the show will still see reruns of the series playing on the network after Bojack comes to a close.
Netflix has a lot of content on the way to keep streamers busy this fall. In October fans can watch Nikki Glaser’s “Bangin'” comedy special; the movie “Wounds” with Armie Hammer, Dakota Johnson, and Zazie Beetz; the Stephen King “In the Tall Grass” adaptation; the sci-fi thriller series “Raising Dion;” Cardi B’s “Rhythm + Flow” series, the Breaking Bad movie; “Insatiable: Season 2;” the movie “The Laundromat;” Jenny Slate’s comedy special; Eddie Murphy’s “Dolemite is my Name;” and “The Kominsky Method: Season 2.”
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