BoJack Horseman, a Netflix Hollywood satire, will be back with another season soon and BoJack Horseman Season 6 of the animated series starring Will Arnett is set to release this year.
The fans will soon get a chance to reunite with the show’s anti-hero who is none other than an anthropomorphic horse. He is washed up and alcoholic. Here’s all about what’s in store for you and who will you get to see in the new season.
When will you get to see BoJack Horseman Season 6 on Netflix?
In October last year, we got to know that Netflix is soon going to release a new season of BoJack. However, there is no date confirmed yet for the release of the new season. So just like other seasons, there is a possibility that this season will also release during July to September.
Who is in BoJack Horseman Season 6 Cast?
Netflix has not confirmed the cast of BoJack Horseman Season 6 yet. But you can definitely expect to see the regular characters in this season.
The lead of the depressed horse will be played by Will Arnett. His love interest and ghostwriter Diane’s role will be played by Alison Brie of Mad Men. Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad will return as Todd, BoJack’s asexual best friend.
Amy Sedaris will be back as Princess Carolyn, BoJack’s ex-agent and ex-girlfriend. Paul F Tomkins will play the role of Mr. Peanutbutter, the golden retriever.
You can expect more of celebrity guest appearance in BoJack Horseman Season 6 including Daniel Radcliffe, Stanley Tucci, Lisa Kudrow, Ricky Gervais, Jessica Bowl, Paul McCartney, and Kristen Bell. They all have previously made appearances in the Bojack world.
What to expect in BoJack Horseman Season 6?
In Season five, we saw that Diane dropped BoJack at a rehab clinic after BoJack almost strangled Gina, his girlfriend and co-star, to death.
Princess Carolyn adopted a child, while Mr Peanutbutter proposed his girlfriend. Looking at the scenario, the show’s creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg said that his lead role is moving towards redemption in this season.
Should we expect a season 6 after this?
There is always hope. Bob-Waksberg said,
As long as I feel like the show has promise, and Netflix allows us to, it’s a world that’s still worth expanding. Our audience is still growing and I’m still excited by it.