Netflix went the "good news/bad news" route in September, leaving fans of BoJack Horseman a swirling mix of emotions. On one hand, the streamer released a trailer for the sixth season – which is airing in two parts: first was October 2019, with the season returning January 31, 2020. The bad news? Netflix's critically-acclaimed and viewer-adored adult animated series is shuffling off the service's programming coil after six seasons.
Created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the animated comedy features Will Arnett as the voice of BoJack, the legendary 90's sitcom star from Horsin' Around who navigates life with his human sidekick Todd (Aaron Paul) and feline agent Carolyn (Amy Sedaris). The final season looks to bring some closure to some of the main storylines – and as you can see from the following preview for the series final run in 2020, BoJack is trying to find his way back to something better – whatever (or whoever) that might be.
But to do that, he not only has to confront the mistakes staring him in the face – but also the things that got him here… before he loses it all for good:
Here's a look back at the official trailer for the streaming series' final season:
The series' fifth season proved to be a season of riches for the animated series: receiving a tremendous amount of positive feedback from viewers, securing it a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In a rare off-streamer deal, Comedy Central paired-up first season episodes with South Park last fall as part of their syndication deal.
Here's a look back at the official fifth season trailer for Netflix's BoJack Horseman:
Bob-Waksberg excutive produces with Arnett, Paul, Steven A. Cohen, and Noel Bright, BoJack Horseman features the vocal talents of Sedaris, Paul, and Paul F. Thompkins; with the fifth season having premiered on September 14, 2018, on Netflix. Designed by graphic artist Hanawalt, BoJack Horseman is animated by L.A.-based studio ShadowMachine.