Looks like you can’t keep a good washed-up ’90’s sitcom star down for long…maybe an extra two months.
Netflix announced earlier today through the show’s Twitter page that BoJack Horseman will be bitterly staggering his way back to viewers for Season 4, with all episodes premiering on Friday, September 8. While the show’s Seasons 2 & 3 premiered in July, today’s announcement confirmed that fans will have to wait just a little bit longer for this fourth season.
Set in a world where humans and human-like animals live and work together normally, the series introduces us to BoJack Horseman (Will Arnett, Arrested Development): washed-up star of the ’90’s sitcom Horsin’ Around who plans his return to fame through tell-all autobiography he’s working on with his ghostwriter Diane Nguyen (Alison Brie, GLOW). If that’s not stressing and depressing BoJack enough, he also has to deal with his agent and sometimes-girlfriend Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris, Strangers With Candy); his freeloading roommate Todd Chavez (Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad); and his friend/sitcom rival (and Nguyen’s boyfriend) Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins, There Will Be Blood).
Here’s a little reminder of BoJack Horseman’s main and ending themes to get you in the mood until September: