Season 6 of BoJack Horseman is streaming on Netflix now. But will there be an animated comedy season 7, and if so, what can fans expect?
Season 6 of BoJack Horseman is streaming on Netflix, but viewers should expect a season 7 of the show, and if so what will the plot be like? Created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg. BoJack Horseman has grown into one of the best original shows from Netflix.
Combining brilliant animation and a number of hilarious gags along with a serious discussion of a variety of topics. Including mental health and substance abuse.
Starring Will Arnett in the title role, the show also has an excellent voice cast and a long list of guest stars. Ranging from regular series like Aaron Paul and Alison Brie to one-offs like Daniel Radcliffe. BoJack Horseman season 6 has continued the show’s excellent run of form, picking up after season 5 has brought him to his lowest point yet.
The difference this time is that the series was divided into two halves. Season 6, part 1, dropped back on Netflix in October 2019. With season 6 of BoJack Horseman, part 2 arriving then on January 31, 2020.
The 16 episodes combined make the longest season for BoJack Horseman yet, but what does the future hold for the show beyond this run? BoJack Horseman viewers shouldn’t get their hopes up when looking forward to season 7 of BoJack Horseman.
BoJack Horseman Season 6 Is Finishing:
Sadly, there won’t be a BoJack Horseman season 7 as it is, with the show’s final conclusion in season 6. That’s a big part of why season 6 of BoJack Horseman split into two parts to make sure it gets the send-off it deserves.
Season 6, Episode 16, though, serves as a scheduled series finale for the show. Which perfectly wraps off the main character storylines in a way that feels satisfactory.
Netflix Canceled BoJack Horseman Ahead of Season 6:
When it was revealed that season 6 of BoJack Horseman was to end, there was originally some uncertainty as to whether or not Netflix had canceled the show, including conflicting statements from various cast and crew members.