The animated series BoJack Horseman dropped its season 6 on 31 January this year. The series is centered around the life of a horse called BoJack.
The adult animated series created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg premiers on Netflix. The six seasons of the series premiered from August 22, 2014, and recently concluded on 31 January 2020. Many stars from Hollywood, like Will Arnett, Alison Brie, Paul Tompkins, Amy Sedaris, and Aaron Paul lend their voices to the characters of the show.
BoJack Horseman: Good-Bye with Season 6
Season 6 saw a very much good sort of “happy ending”. The final season saw BoJack complete his rehab and become a professor at Wesleyan University. BoJack deals with some of the very embarrassing, unwanted actions of his past. He relapses super-hard, coming close to being dead. He finally makes a measure of amends with the most important people (and animals) in his life.
The show ran for a very long time, over 6 seasons, which is not possible for most of the Netflix series. The animated series received praise from both audiences and critics during its run. The best part was the series won four Critics’ Choice Television Awards for Best Animated Series and even three Annie Awards. Also, it was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards! The show was hit among the audience and it does justify why the fans wanted a season 7 and the show to be extended even further.
BoJack Horseman: Renewal News
As of now, all the indications are in the direction that we won’t be getting a season 7 of the beloved show. Yes, it is pretty much saddening that the hit show won’t be getting a season 7. Netflix too announced that season 6 will be the final one. The makers have no future plans for a season 7 and that season 6 ends the story.
The sixth season was divided into two parts and the story concluded on a good note. Raphael Bob-Waksberg himself confirmed that Netflix dropped the series so that it ends properly. The makers, as well as the streaming platform, wanted the show to get its deserved ending.