Fans are eagerly waiting for another dose of sardonic humour and life lessons as they wonder when will BoJack Horseman Season 7 premiere. Since Season 6 dropped its finale in January this year, there’s no telling if we will be able to watch any new season of the show in the future.
BoJack Horseman Cast
The looming BoJack Horseman season 7 will be showing the viewers what alters into his reality with a new start. The cast for the seventh season will be Will Arnett as BoJack Horseman, Aaron Paul as Todd Chavez, Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen, Paul F. Tompkins as Mr. Peanutbutter, Amy Sedaris as Princess Carolyn; this is only if BoJack Horseman Season 7 gets a nod from Netflix. The fans and followers of BoJack Horseman are disheartened as Netflix ended the series without giving it a proper farewell.
As per some speculations, BoJack Horseman may resume for another season if the creators go for a partnership with any other streaming platform. But there has been no confirmed corroboration for the same.
BoJack Horseman Season 6 ending.
BoJack Horseman came to an end with a precise conclusion. A demand for Season 7 could have been possible if the show ended with an unresolved cliff-hanger, but clearly this wasn’t the case. On the other hand, it seems plausible that Bob-Waksberg could have renewed the show if he had the choice.
Without any official confirmation, this is all just rumors. All we know for sure, as of now is that BoJack has ended, and no plans to renew the series seem likely.
BoJack Horseman Season 7?
A new season won’t come as a surprise, considering the series has gained severe praises from both audiences and critics during its 6-season run. It even collected many laurels including 4 Critics’ Choice Television Awards and 3 Annie Awards.
BoJack Horseman came out on Netflix on August 22, 2014, and came to an end on January 31, 2020, with 77 episodes in total over six seasons. In October 2019, after the initial half of BoJack Season 7, series creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg told the full story in an interview with Vulture, verifying that it was Netflix’s verdict to cancel the show.
“I said [to Netflix] I would appreciate it if I could have the forewarning to give the show a proper finale, and not set up some cliffhangers that will never pay off,” Bob-Waksberg said. “When [Netflix] picked up season six, they said, ‘Hey, remember how you asked for that heads-up? We think that this is your heads-up. So, I’m very grateful that we got that notice.”Raphael Bob-Waksberg
This quote tells us that it wasn’t Bob-Waksberg’s choice to conclude BoJack, and that Netflix gave him a warning that Season 6 will be the end of the series so that he could give the show a proper farewell.