In case you hadn’t heard, one of Netflix’s best shows are coming to an end. No, we’re not talking about Stranger Things. Nor are we talking about Mindhunter, or Ozark, or even GLOW (though that series are also soon coming to end). We’re talking about BoJack Horseman – and yes, this is the animated series about a talking horse named BoJack whose voice-overed by Will Arnett and his endless struggles with superstardom in the calamitous Hollywood landscape.
If you’ve seen even one episode of BoJack Horseman, you already know the titular humanoid horse hasn’t had any trouble attaining superstardom he is a big deal back in the ’90s thanks to his TV showrunner Horsin’ Around. Instead, the now-washed-up BoJack has been dealing with a perpetual fall from grace while spiraling into a bottomless pit of sex, booze, pills, and self-hatred en route to… well, we’re not sure. BoJack’s ultimate destination has been the driving question throughout the first five seasons of Netflix’s hilarious, groundbreaking, and often emotionally arresting animated series. As BoJack Horseman strides headlong into its sixth and final season, it seems longtime fans are set to finally get an answer to that burning question — along with the dozens of other uncertainties surrounding BoJack and his splintered inner circle of Todd, Diane, Mr. Peanutbutter, and Princess Carolyn.
The final season of BoJack Horseman will be of a total of 16 episodes and would arrive on the streaming platform Netflix as two separate mini-seasons. The first of those seasons that would be around 8 episodes will hit Netflix on October 25, 2019 and the second half is set to ve air on Netflix by January 31, 2020 which should give all of you out there plenty of time to watch and digest the first half of the season before jumping into the end of days for BoJack and the gang.