After the success the last seasons, another season begins to complete the struggles of BoJack Horseman, the star of the 90s talk show, where he adopted three horses, and bow he comes back in a series, where he aims to gain fame, as he prepares to a new show, the thing that struggles him, as he fears of failure and terrible.
What's really remarkable about the show's excellent fifth season is how it pushes fans who have otherwise stuck with BoJack through thick and thin to follow him to his darkest point-and darkest act-to date.
Few shows on TV... make me laugh as hard as BoJack Horseman, few shows that take as long to watch because of the frequent need to pause and rewind to catch background jokes, and no shows that do those things and then punch me in the gut as effectively
Whether the show is dealing with adoption, identity, dating woes, divorce, addiction, career burnout or the endless toxic media cycle it does so with an insightful clarity that is both damning and compassionate.
BoJack Horseman season 5 does not disappoint and moves its show and characters forward in a way that most shows aren't willing to explore. Some of the best work from the entire series is in this season.