Fans are eagerly waiting for the next season of BoJack Horseman over at Netflix, but no word on the release of season 4 has been said yet. Fans are waiting for any major announcements about the continuation of the adult animated series and some are even thinking that the show has been cancelled already. However, it looks like BoJack Horseman season 4 is ready to go and we could even be set up for another season.
BoJack Horseman creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg recently disclosed a few new details about the next season of the animated series, confirming that the show isn’t over or cancelled to say the least. He said that the story of the show has been written through a fifth season and that spells good news for BoJack’s fans.
Blasting News reports that Waksberg has already written a massive part of the 4th season before the 2016 election. This basically means that the theme of season 4 will be inspired heavily by the 2016 US elections. He goes on saying that the US election will play a role in some part of the upcoming season and will be a major theme in the 5th season.
What we can get from the rather vague statement at least is that Waksberg’s plans for BoJack Horsman season 4 is set up and that the plans for the 5th season are on the go. Of course, the fate of a 5th season still depends on the success of BoJack Horseman season 4 on Netflix.
BoJack Horseman season 3 aired back in July 22, 2016 and at that same date, Netflix announced that BoJack Horseman season 4 is coming. No specific date has been pegged for the anticipated 4th season but it’s said to arrive this Summer. We can expect the 4th season to arrive within the next weeks or so.
If Netflix is releasing a 5th season based on the performance of the 4th season, then it’s almost certain that BoJack Horseman will get extended beyond season 4. Season 3 was well received and the show got an approval rating of 100% at Rotten Tomatoes from 23 reviews. Average rating for the show is a 9.2 out of 10. With the next seasons apparently using the elections as a central theme, then we can expect heaps of fun from Waksberg and crew yet again.