About Bojack Horseman Season 7
Bojack Horseman is an anthropomorphic adult animated series created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg. The series tells the story of Bojack (Will Arnett) an anthropomorphic horse, the big star of a sitcom that aired decades ago struggle to remain relevant in Hollywood, whilst dealing with depression and addiction.
His path for relevance leads him to Diane Nguyen (Allison Brie), a ghostwriter who agrees to write his autobiography for him. What follows is a story that openly talks about mental health in a politically aware landscape; one of the most honest portrayals of the road to sobriety to have ever graced television.
The series first premiered on Netflix on the 22nd of August, 2014 and as of now have a total of 77 episodes that span over 6 seasons. The show initially received mixed reviews, but gradually went on to be one of the most critically acclaimed TV series of its time.
Bojack Horseman Season 7: Will Bojack Return?
The fact of the matter remains that Bojack Horseman’s 6th season ends on an ambiguously satisfying yet unexpected note. Many had speculated that the show would come to an end with Bojack’s eventual death; Fans were surprised to see that though Bojack does get pretty close to death, he is spared somehow by the hands of fate.
So, the answer is No. Bojack will most likely not return to Netflix for another season. However, show creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg confirmed that Netflix had canceled the show after its 6th season but had done so by giving a heads up. Netflix had informed Raphael that this would be the last season, giving the creators of the show ample time to give Bojack the ending they think he deserved.
What this says, however, is that it wasn’t Raphael’s decision to end the show, and he would have kept the show had he be given a chance. Though a next season seems highly unlikely, we can’t entirely rule out its possibility. Stranger things have happened.
Release Date of Bojack Horseman Season 7
“But isn’t the point of art, less what people put into it and more what people get out of it?” Todd (Aaron Paul) asks Bojack on the series finale. Lines like these are what make Bojack Horseman an absolute delight for its fans. So, whether there be another season or not, Bojack Horseman takes you through a path of self-understanding and awareness, succeeding at so many fronts. And that is what makes Bojack Horseman so special.