BoJack Horseman Reflects on How Far He's Come in the Final Season 6 Trailer

BoJack Horseman, a silver fox.
BoJack Horseman, a silver fox.
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We’ve watched BoJack Horseman go through all the ups and downs that came with being a once-beloved celebrity whose personal demons dragged him into the depths of depression and addiction. But now, after six seasons, it looks like BoJack’s finally ready to take control of his life—just as his Netflix series is coming to an end.


In the series’ final trailer, a much grayer BoJack looks back on the whole of his life, and even though many of his memories are from the darkest moments in his past, he’s a much more well-adjusted person in the present and able to understand that he isn’t wholly defined by the mistakes he’s made.

BoJack’s got a new gig teaching, and he’s not the only person who’s been going through changes. Everyone around BoJack’s shifting into new phases of their lives, and while they might not all be certain about where they’re going, they’re all moving forward, which is a wondrous development in and of itself.

The second half of BoJack Horseman’s sixth and final season begins airing on January 31.

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Charles Pulliam-Moore is an NYC-based culture critic whose work centers on fandom, pop culture, politics, race, and sexuality. He still thinks Cyclops made a few valid points.



I’m going to really miss this show, which has been criminally underlooked when it comes to mainstream recognition, awards, etc.

The episode “Stupid Piece of Shit” should be mandatory viewing for anyone who seeks to understand what depression feels like, and that episode resonated with me more than anything else I’ve ever seen on tv.

It’s also, imo, one of the wittiest shows since Futurama in terms of funny stuff in the background, or in the world building, with so many clever, deft touches to unpack in pretty much every episode.

A true gem of a show, that transcended what it initially looked to be in the first couple of episodes.