BoJack Horseman is one of the most acclaimed animated series of all time, blending dark humor, social satire, and emotional drama. The show follows the life of BoJack Horseman, a washed-up former sitcom star who struggles with addiction, depression, and self-loathing. The series ended its six-season run on Netflix in January 2020, leaving fans wondering if there is any chance for a seventh season.
Why Did BoJack Horseman End?
The creator of BoJack Horseman, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, revealed in an interview with Vulture that he had planned to end the show after six seasons, but he was open to continuing it if Netflix wanted to. However, he also said that Netflix informed him that season six would be the last one, and he had to wrap up the story in 16 episodes. He admitted that he was disappointed by the decision, but he was grateful for the opportunity to end the show on his own terms.
“I’m happy with where we ended the show. I’m happy that we got to tell the stories we wanted to tell. I’m happy that we got to do it for as long as we did. I’m proud of the work we did,” he said.
What Are The Chances Of BoJack Horseman Season 7?
The chances of BoJack Horseman season 7 are very slim, considering that the show has already concluded its story arc and that Netflix rarely revives its original shows after canceling them. However, some fans have speculated that there could be a spin-off or a movie based on the show’s characters, especially since the finale left some loose ends and unanswered questions.
For instance, some fans want to see more of Diane Nguyen, BoJack’s former friend and ghostwriter, who moved to Houston with her new husband Guy and published a memoir. Others are curious about Princess Carolyn, BoJack’s former agent and love interest, who married Judah and adopted a baby girl. And some are interested in Todd Chavez, BoJack’s former roommate and friend, who reconciled with his estranged mother and found love with Maude.
Bob-Waksberg has not ruled out the possibility of revisiting the world of BoJack Horseman in some form, but he has also said that he is not actively working on anything related to it at the moment. He told Entertainment Weekly that he is open to collaborating with Netflix again, but he is also exploring other projects and platforms.
“I don’t know what the future holds. I’m not saying no to anything. But I’m also not saying yes to anything. I’m just kind of taking it as it comes,” he said.