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Bojack Horseman May Finally Resolve His Issues in Season 6

I mean he should considering it's the final one!

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The joyous news is here. Bojack Horseman season 6 release date has been announced. It’s going to be released in two parts, one in October of this year and the second one next year. It seems like the leading man Bojack (voiced by Will Arnett) may finally get to resolve his issues.

Bojack Horseman, A Depressed Addict

The show revolved around Bojack’s addiction and depression. Throughout the seasons, he has struggled to be happy and be at peace. At times, he’s given up completely and accepted that he’d be in pain forever. On some rare occasions, he tries to be the better person but it all ends up for naught.

Turning Point for Bojack in Season 5

Though, that all changes in Bojack Horseman’s season 5. In season 5, we saw Diane dropping off Bojack to a rehab facility because his addictions had gone to a dangerous level which was destructive to those around him. He finally understands he needs help when his behavior is not just self-destructive anymore, it’s harming others as well when in season 5 he almost kills his co-star Gina (Stephanie Beatriz) on the set of Philbert.

Bojack Horseman Season 6 All About Resolving Issues

In the trailer of season 6, we hear the voice of Will Arnett as Bojack reading a letter to his pal Diane (Alison Brie).

As a recovering addict Bojack shares his experience at rehab. He has mostly positive things to talk about, claiming that he’s progressed a lot. He mentions how admitting that he needs help really was the turning point for him.

Will Arnett’s raspy voice really hits to the core when he utters:

The main thing I think about is how stupid I am for not doing this sooner. I wasted so many years being miserable because I assumed that was the only way to be. I don’t want to do that anymore.

Yep, it seems like our protagonist may get finally end up recovering from his addiction, unresolved trauma and depression. It would be satisfying to see Bojack evolve. For some fans, it might even be therapeutic because the character of Bojack was relatable to many for various reasons.

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