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      Season 5 – BoJack Horseman

      2018 Comedy Animation TRAILER for BoJack Horseman: Season 5 Trailer List
      98% 48 Reviews Tomatometer 95% 1,000+ Ratings Audience Score A humanoid horse, BoJack Horseman -- lost in a sea of self-loathing and booze -- decides it's time for a comeback. Once the star of a '90s sitcom, in which he was the adoptive father of three orphaned kids (two girls and a boy). The show was the hottest thing around, then suddenly, was canceled. Now 18 years later, BoJack wants to regain his dignity. With the aid of a human sidekick and a feline ex-girlfriend who is his agent, he sets out to make it happen. But Hollywood is vastly different from those days, and getting used to stuff like Twitter may take some time. This first animated series from Netflix -- with plenty of references to sex, drugs and alcohol -- is not for the little ones. Read More Read Less

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      Critics Consensus

      BoJack Horseman continues confidently down the thematic rabbit hole with a fresh and poignant season that's as devastating as it is hilarious.

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      Episode 1 Aired Sep 14, 2018 The Light Bulb Scene BoJack has misgivings about his new show; Princess Carolyn visits an adoption agency; Todd interviews for a job at What TimeIsItRightNow.com. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 14, 2018 The Dog Days Are Over Diane divorces Mr. Peanutbutter and moves into a shabby studio; feeling melancholy, she travels to Vietnam to get away from it all. Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 14, 2018 Planned Obsolesence Todd meets Yolanda's parents, who don't know she's asexual; Mr. Peanutbutter romances a young waitress; Gina confesses a childhood dream to BoJack. Details Episode 4 Aired Sep 14, 2018 BoJack the Feminist When Princess Carolyn casts a disgraced celeb in "Philbert," BoJack inadvertently takes a stand; Mr. Peanutbutter tries to toughen up his image. Details Episode 5 Aired Sep 14, 2018 The Amelia Earhart Story Painful memories come rushing back when Princess Carolyn visits her hometown and meets a pregnant teen; a stunt goes awry on the "Philbert" set. Details Episode 6 Aired Sep 14, 2018 Free Churro BoJack delivers a eulogy at a funeral. Details Episode 7 Aired Sep 14, 2018 INT. SUB Diane's therapist encourages her to set boundaries with BoJack; a missing string cheese ignites a dispute between Todd and Princess Carolyn. Details Episode 8 Aired Sep 14, 2018 Mr. Peanutbutter's Boos At BoJack's 25th annual Halloween party, Pickles gets a crash course in Mr. Peanutbutter's romantic history -- and some advice from Diane. Details Episode 9 Aired Sep 14, 2018 Ancient History A visiting Hollyhock dumps BoJack's painkillers, sending him on a desperate search for more; Todd tries to solve Emily's dating dilemma. Details Episode 10 Aired Sep 14, 2018 Head in the Clouds At the "Philbert" premiere party, Princess Carolyn deftly negotiates a deal, Gina steps into the limelight, and Diane confronts BoJack. Details Episode 11 Aired Sep 14, 2018 The Showstopper "Philbert" is a hit and filming begins on Season 2, but as BoJack spirals deeper into addiction he loses his grip on reality. Details Episode 12 Aired Sep 14, 2018 The Stopped Show In the midst of the latest PR crisis, Princess Carolyn gets a life-changing opportunity; with Diane's help, BoJack finally faces the music. Details

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      Hannah Giorgis The Atlantic It's difficult, cathartic television. It feels personal. Sep 10, 2019 Full Review Rachel Syme The New Republic If this seems like heavy stuff for a cartoon, BoJack has earned it. Dec 22, 2018 Full Review Alan Sepinwall Rolling Stone By now, we shouldn't be surprised that BoJack can do anything, or be anything. It can be the funniest show on TV and the saddest within the span of seconds. Dec 22, 2018 Full Review Nicolás Delgadillo Discussing Film Continues to be one of the smartest, funniest, and thoughtful shows to ever be put onscreen. Jun 25, 2021 Full Review Liam Hoofe Flickering Myth BoJack's fifth season is once again a home-run, delivering a nuanced examination of addiction and an astonishingly self-aware take on the #Metoo movement and the male-dominated culture of Hollywood. Feb 28, 2020 Full Review Huw Saunders Cultured Vultures There's no escaping the fact that sometimes, BoJack goes beyond simple half-cut lethargy and does genuinely messed-up things - and this latest season isn't remotely afraid to confront us with that. Oct 8, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Andrei D Mastery and depression Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 09/23/23 Full Review Mila S One of my favourite episodes is in season 5 - The Showstopper. This season really turned the series as a whole a bit darker and more serious. Absolutely love it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 08/04/23 Full Review Lia A I'm not a real critic but this show is fucking fantastic. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 06/02/23 Full Review Corey W Season five sees the titular Bojack on top of the world, but if we know anything about the mean, drunken horse it's that this dominance wont last. And, of course, it doesn't, but the way in which Bojack implodes treads new ground, including new depths of depravity. The star of his own "Netflix" style police drama, Bojack is finally starting to accept himself as a real actor, but after an on-set accident leads to an opioid addiction Bojack starts to spin out until he's threatened with losing everything. It's a complex season filled with half-hearted attempts to "get better" by a deeply selfish and bitter man, following a big name actor to their lowest point. The cast around Bojack is more complex too. No longer are Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter together, scratch Princess Caroline and Ralph too. Todd continues to set off on his typical whacky adventures, but even his story is imbued with meaning as he explores who he is by viewing the pieces that comprise him. As always Bojack Horseman stuns with its emotional depth juxtaposed against the relative hilarity of the characters, both in the background and the foreground. The season ends with a glimmer of hope that will undoubtedly set the target for the sixth and final season. Netflix's best show has never been better. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 06/01/23 Full Review Michael T Just a fantastic season. I found it to be incredibly funny and when I wasn't laughing, I was hooked on the story. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/26/23 Full Review William K Fantastic season. Dramatic, dark yet funny. Best animated series in a long time. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/18/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Steven A. Cohen, Noel Bright, Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Raphael Bob-Waksberg
      Network
      Netflix
      Rating
      TV-MA
      Genre
      Comedy, Animation
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 14, 2018
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