Netflix finally revealed the official release of the much-awaited satirical animated series Bojack HorsemanSeason 4. Fans will once again see BoJack F. Horseman back on the television screen contemplating about life.

The adult animated sitcom will be back on Sept. 8 as announced on the show’s official Twitter page. The show shared a tropical image with written, “All new episodes September 8” on the sky.

The show’s return

The photo has no caption on it, but fans received it very warmly as they all celebrate the announcement of “Bojack Horseman” Season 4’s release.

To recall, the previous season ended with BoJ feeling a little hopeless as his Oscar award was taken away from him.

So, fans could expect to see the show’s protagonist still upset of what happened. Things will still be light, of course, as there will still be a lot of jokes and comedies, although he is still feeling down low.

In fact, in an interview with The Verge, its creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg revealed that he really liked the idea of the “very dark and the very wacky” humor of BoJ. This attitude is often seen to Will Arnett’s character that made fans love him more.

In a different interview with IndieWire, the 32-year-old producer hinted that the show’s fourth season could take a political turn to depict the controversial post-U.S. elections. It might tackle the real-life problems happening in the country.

A depiction of real-life happenings

Moreover, Will Arnett plays the titular role BoJack F.

Horseman, the talking horse that is facing real-life challenges as the former famous comedy star.

The show first aired in 2014 on Netflix and followed by two succeeding chapters. Although it wasn’t loved quickly by the viewers, it was now liked by the many fans and critically acclaimed for being satirical animated series for adults.

In an interview with NME, Will Arnett talked about the show’s focus on mental health problems.

BoJ is a proof of the life living in fame and Hollywood. These two are the most effective mediums to talk about depression as he living exaggerated lifestyle and a heightened reality. "You can really put a fine point on it,” he said.

The 47-year-old star also added that people in this kind of business often end up feeling very broken and always looking for validation from others.

He then compared the animated series to the real-life situations that can be seen in every episode. While people are just trying to make sense of what is happening around them, it also happens in “BoJack Horseman.” He even admitted that it also happens to him, thus he is very affected by the show.

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