Fans are finally going to bid goodbye to BoJack Horseman, so one may say it is the end of a very short era of BoJack on TV.
The show BoJack Horseman is in its twilight years now, it just that the plot holes need to be sealed of the Netflix’s original animated series. So far Season we will get to stream the first eight episodes of Season 6 on Netflix from today. The next episodes of the show will be available for subscribers as soon as 12 a.m. EST. But this is just the first half of Season 6, the second half will air on Netflix from January 31, 2019.
The next trailer for BoJack hints at a calmer season, after having a dark fifth Season. Many optimistic plot lines are expected, hence many such stories that the famous horse actor will make in his life.
BoJack is voiced by Will Arnett, will be shown in rehab trying to address his addiction problems at the very beginning of season 6. It is something you must have seen in the trailer too. In the Season 6 trailer, you can see BoJack write a letter from the treatment facility to his one-time love interest and ex-best friend Diane (Brie Larson), saying that his rehab’s going just fine, except for some days where things suck.
Next, we’ll see Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), who played BoJack’s sidekick, agent and ex-love interest adjusting to her life as a new mother to an adopted porcupine, Ruthie. We’ll also get to see Peanutbutter’s (Paul F. Tompkins) house, where he will be conducting the motions in his second marriage to Pickles (Hong Chau).