Bojack Horseman: Netflix confirms Season 5 will start airing on September 14

After a year-long wait, Netflix has announced that season five of 'Bojack Horseman' will premiere on the streaming platform on September 14


                            Bojack Horseman: Netflix confirms Season 5 will start airing on September 14
(L-R) Noel Bright, Aaron Paul, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Mike Hollingsworth, Tom F. Tompkins, Will Arnett and Steve Cohen (Source: Getty Images)

The fourth season of Netflix's 'Bojack Horseman' was arguably its best yet and fans were left expectantly waiting to find out when their favorite narcissistic, self-destructive horse would return to the streaming platform. It looks like the wait is over. The show was renewed for a fifth season almost immediately after the premiere of the fourth and the animated black comedy series is all set to return to Netflix on September 14, 2018.

The show's Twitter account announced the news in typical Bojack fashion, posting in reply to a fan's tweet asking when the season was coming out and writing: "wooowwww congratulations you are the 10000000 person to ask that question your prize is the answer sept 14th now please stop asking me"

There have been 49 episodes so far with each of the show's four seasons having had 12 episodes — and one special episode that aired in December 2014 — with the fifth expected to follow suit. Having received mixed reviews upon its debut, critics have since universally acclaimed each of the subsequent seasons.

Season 4 wrapped up with Bojack coming to the realization that Hollyhock, who he initially thought was his daughter, is, in fact, his sister, and Diane accepting that her marriage with Mr Peanutbutter is not working out for either of them. Raphael Bob-Waksberg has not disappointed the show's massive fan base so far. One hopes that the upcoming season lives up to the expectations.