Alison Brie, Bojack Horseman, Buzz, Netflix, Season 5, Will Arnett

Netflix blesses us with ‘Bojack Horseman’ news via grovelling text messages

If you’re a fan of Bojack Horseman then good news! You’ll get to give your heart yet another shredding.

Yes our favourite anti-hero horse has been renewed for a fifth season, and Netflix found a fun way of announcing it, tapping into Bojack’s hatred of network executives.

Small though this video is, there’s a few classically Bojack details. Bojack’s network provider is “HAY – T&T” and his phone is low on charge, a fact that fans were quick to pick up on – of course Bojack was equally quick to respond.

The phone is also resting on a script of Philbert, the edgy detective drama Princess Carolyn was trying to convince him to star in at the end of Season 4. Could this mean Bojack will actually follow through on his promises for once? Hopefully not before putting all his friends and loved ones through the emotional cheesegrater.

Bojack’s voice actor Will Arnett chipped in on the Season 5 hype, posting the following image on Instagram.

Season 5 much?

A post shared by Will Arnett (@arnettwill) on

Closely folloed by Paul F. Tompkins, the voice behind Bojack’s labrador friend/rival/good boy Mr. Peanutbutter, who also posted a picture from the table read.

So looks like Diane (Alison Brie) and Mr. Peanutbutter will be in Season 5, may their twisted mess of a relationship forever grace our screens.

It’s hard to see how Bojack Horseman can continue plunging into ever darker realms of the character’s psyche, but then again I’d have said the same after seasons three and two… no release date as yet and animations do take a while longer to make than your average TV show so settle in and keep your eyes peeled for any hints Bojack may drop. 

One thing’s for certain though…

That’s our Bojack.

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