'BoJack Horseman' Renewed for Season 5 at Netflix

'BoJack Horseman' Renewed for Season 5 at Netflix

'BoJack Horseman' Renewed for Season 5 at Netflix

Adult animated sitcom "BoJack Horeseman" has been renewed for a fifth season on Netflix.

Netflix made the announcement on Twitter via a video, (which you can view here), of a "clingy Netflix exec" texting BoJack about the renewal.

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Season 4 launched globally on Netflix on September 8 and received widespread critical acclaim.

The show narrates the story of a depressed alcoholic horse called BoJack, which voice stars actor Will Arnett in the titular role. Joined on this journey by human pal Todd (Aaron Paul) and his agent and ex-lover - a cat - Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), BoJack is perpetually planning a carrot of comeback that is typically just out of his reach on the proverbial tied stick of life. The season 5 renewal, tellingly, comes as the still-fresh fourth season now carries a 96% approval on Rotten Tomatoes. The season saw BoJack coming to grips with his identity after disappearing at the end of Season 3, while his friend Mr. Peanutbutter (Tompkins) makes a bid for governor.

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Season four of the series, executive produced by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Steven A Cohen and Noel Bright, launched globally on the platform earlier this month. Will Arnett (Flaked, Arrested Development) and Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) also serve as executive producers. The show is a Tornante Production, brought to life by Michael Eisner's The Tornante Company.

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