Say Goodbye to Hollywoo: BoJack Horseman to End After Season 6

Looks like we won't be getting that crossover episode after all — BoJack Horseman's upcoming sixth season will be its last.

The critically acclaimed animated comedy about the titular former '90s sitcom star — who is also a horse — features the voices of Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tomkins, and Aaron Paul. Bojack (Arnett), now bitter and jaded long after the end of his sitcom, attempts to navigate life in Hollywood alongside his slacker sidekick Todd (Paul), ruthless talent agent Carolyn (Sedaris), misguided intellectual Diane (Brie), and former rival Mr. Peanutbutter (Tomkins).

Rather than the standard consecutive run of episodes, BoJack's final season will be released in two parts. The first half will drop on Friday, Oct. 25, with the remaining episodes becoming available on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020. Along with the announcement, the show's official Twitter page, written in the point of view of BoJack himself, dropped the official trailer for season six. The video features BoJack writing Diane a letter in rehab, while his friends handle the trials and tribulations of their new lives. Check out the announcement and video ahead, and get ready to say goodbye to the BoJack crew on Oct. 25.

BoJack's Twitter Announcement

click to play video

BoJack Horseman Season 6 Trailer