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Bojack Horseman Season 7: Release Date, Cast, Bojack Horseman’s Creator Seems to Think Its Legacy is Complete!

Six seasons of “BoJack Horseman,” one of the greatest television series of the last decade, concluded in January 2020. It concluded on a somewhat familiar note, with BoJack (Will Arnett) and Diane (Alison Brie) sitting on a rooftop, having a conversation that begins humorously, then takes a profound turn, and ends with the two sitting in awkward and comfortable silence.

BoJack completed rehab, became a professor at Wesleyan University, dealt with the repercussions of some of his most shady past actions, relapsed severely, nearly died, and finally made amends with the most important people (and animals) in his life.

From Diane to Todd (Aaron Paul) to Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins) to Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), BoJack’s relationships all ended fairly well by the time “Mr. Blue” by Catherine Feeny played over the credits; it’s difficult to imagine a better conclusion to BoJack’s story. And by that, we mean that the story should have likely ended in the catastrophe foreshadowed by the harrowing and brilliant penultimate episode, “The View From Halfway Down.”

Joe Lawson created and produced the BoJack Horseman television series. On Friday, August 22, 2014, Netflix made available for the first time in the world a new television series. The premier season contains twelve episodes. Sarah Lynn starring Kristen Schaal in the series.

About BoJack Horseman

Twenty years later, meet the most beloved sitcom horse of the 1990s.

He is a grump with a heart of… not exactly gold, but something similar to gold. Copper?

Who is in the BoJack Horseman Season 7 cast?

The seventh season of the TV show will likely introduce new characters.

  • Kristen Schaal will reprise her role as Sarah Lynn, and
  • Will Arnett will reprise his role as BoJack Horseman.
  • In addition, Paul F. Tompkins (Mr. Peanutbutter),
  • Aaron Paul (Todd Chavez),
  • Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen, and
  • Amy Sedaris portrayed their respective characters (Princess Carolyn).

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Date and Time of the Debut of Season 7 of Bojack Horseman

The seventh season will once again consist of sixteen episodes. They will be available on Netflix immediately following their release. The premiere episode starts on 11/08/2023. This table contains a detailed list of episodes.

Episode Number Netflix Release Date Episode Name
7X01 August 11th, 2023 Episode 1
7X02 August 11th, 2023 Episode 2
7X03 August 11th, 2023 Episode 3
7X04 August 11th, 2023 Episode 4
7X05 August 11th, 2023 Episode 5
7X06 August 11th, 2023 Episode 6
7X07 August 11th, 2023 Episode 7
7X08 August 11th, 2023 Episode 8
7X09 November 17th, 2023 Episode 9
7X10 November 17th, 2023 Episode 10
7X11 November 17th, 2023 Episode 11
7X12 November 17th, 2023 Episode 12
7X13 November 17th, 2023 Episode 13
7X14 November 17th, 2023 Episode 14
7X15 November 17th, 2023 Episode 15
7X16 November 17th, 2023 Episode 16

However, it is difficult to deny that creatively, “BoJack” still had a lot of gas left in the tank. This is a good thing; it’s not often that a show this good comes along, and when it does, it’s best that it not overstay its welcome. However, it is worth asking whether a seventh season of “BoJack Horseman” will ever be produced.

We will not keep you in suspense: the likelihood of that occurring is so remote as to be null. Sorry, fans; we hate writing this as much as you hate reading it, but “BoJack” has concluded.

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Bojack Horseman’s Creator Seems to Think Its Legacy is Complete

In an interview with NPR published the day after the series’ final episodes debuted on Netflix, “BoJack Horseman” creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg waxed philosophic about the series’ legacy and how he used an ostensibly silly cartoon about talking animals to explore issues that many creatives cannot or choose not to address.

Waksberg stated, “I think in terms of the show, we approach it on two levels.” “One, what is the redemption or forgiveness that BoJack is owed from the general public or is seeking?

Moreover, what private amends does he need to make, or how does he salvage his personal relationships with the people in his life? And I believe these are two distinct questions requiring two distinct answers… And I do not know if we have found satisfactory answers to these questions as an industry, a society, or as individuals.”

Waksberg explored similar territory with his recent Amazon series “Undone,” and while “BoJack” may be over, it’s clear that he’s not done shedding light on the personal and interpersonal conflicts that define the human (or horseman) experience.

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He stated, “[‘BoJack’] was not a show that set the world on fire.” “This is not ‘Friends,’ but it is a human-centered program. And each time I meet someone who tells me, “Your show meant something to me; it altered the way I view myself.” Your show helped me identify a feeling that I had never been able to name. I feel like, wow, we actually did it, which is incredibly encouraging.”

If you ask us, “Friends” is fine, but “BoJack” is one of the three or four greatest television series of all time, in our humble opinion.