The trailer and premiere date for the final season of Netflix’s BoJack Horseman, marking the end to one of the streaming service’s longest-running shows.
This upcoming final season is going to be broken up into two parts. The first half will premiere on Oct. 25th with the latter half arriving on Jan. 25th of next year. Netflix has been experimenting lately in ways to retain its userbase with releasing episodes weekly or in segments like BoJack.
Netflix did a tactic with another Will Arnett show, Arrested Development, where they released the latest season in two parts. This is a change from their binge strategy for shows like Daredevil and Orange Is the New Black are often associated with the style.
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BoJack Horseman debuted in August of 2014, starring Will Arnett as the titular character, Alison Brie, Aaron Paul and more. The theme song was created by Patrick Carney most known from the Black Keys and his uncle.
The show is about BoJack, a 90’s sitcom star, who has been drinking his way through self-loathing and any semblance of a relationship. Then, his career gets a second wind as he attempts to become a better person through it. Except new obstacles arise in his personal life that makes it tough to shake off his old toxic habits.
Yeah, cartoons seem pretty existential these days don’t day? Kids traded reading in comics for reading a volume of Socrates’ writing. We’ll keep you posted on any more news as BoJack’s final season draws closer.
What’s the best episode of BoJack Horseman? What else on Netflix is worth a watch? What other shows that you like that are in its final season? Leave your comments!