Critic Consensus: Bittersweet and brilliant to the very end, BoJack Horseman's final season manages to keep surprising viewers with its empathy and depth, solidifying its place as one of TV's greatest offerings.
Tv Season Info
as BoJack Horseman
as Todd Chavez
as Princess Carolyn
as A Ryan Seacrest Type
as Diane Nguyen
as Tom Jumbo-Grumbo
as Charley Witherspoon
as Mr. Peanutbutter
as Sarah Lynn
as Pinky Penguin
as Lenny Turtletaub
as Judah Mannowdog
as Ana Spanikopita
as Flip McVicker
as Gina Cazador
as Kelsey Jannings
as Stefani Stilton
as Herb Kazzaz
as Rutabaga Rabitowitz
News & Interviews for BoJack Horseman: Season 6
The emotional generosity of the series extends right up until that final, lovely, lingering moment.
Season 6 has a steady, startling throughline: BoJack is trying.
In some of the new season's most affecting scenes, BoJack shows Princess Carolyn literally fragmenting herself to get through her daily routine... BoJack seems to understand how performative the job of trying to "have it all" or "do it all" can be.
Like all every topic the show has courageously covered in its six seasons, Bojack's ending drives the point home that there are no neatly wrapped conclusions. In fact, it's almost boring-life's a bitch, but it goes on.
The humour almost always lands, and while it rarely goes for belly laughs, it is more about light moments of relief as BoJack's world comes crashing down.
This result - a finale that asks "How does BoJack go on with his life now?" without really giving a solid answer - is a fitting one for a show that wanted to explore the life of an awful person with unexamined mental health issues and addiction.
Audience Reviews for BoJack Horseman: Season 6
Discuss BoJack Horseman on our TV talk forum!