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Arts and Entertainment

BoJack Horseman Returns With New Episodes On September 8

(Photo via BoJack Horseman on Facebook)
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Hollywoo is beckoning, everyone, because BoJack Horseman has finally revealed the premiere date for season 4. Last summer's third season was a work of art, so it's been a tense waiting game for the premiere date of the animated show's next season. New episodes will arrive on Netflix September 8.

The third season premiered on July 22 of last summer, so it will have been over a year since new episodes have come out. The last we saw from the self-destructive anthropomorphic band of Hollywoo misfits (spoiler alert!), Bojack, reeling from the death of Sarah Lynn, ran away from his new sitcom Ethan Around after its young star reveals how much she idolizes BoJack. BoJack would drive away from the set and, overwhelmed with his influence on Sarah Lynn's downward spiral, let go of the wheel of his car while careening down the freeway. He stopped his car from crashing, though, after seeing a pack of wild horses cross the road. Also, Diane got a job writing for a feminist blog, Princess Carolyn was starting her new path as a manager, and Mr. Peanutbutter might be running for Governor of California (art imitating life, anyone?).

Emmy nominations come out this Thursday, so it's possible the show's creative team is about to begin a press tour to rival BoJack's Secretariat tour in the show.

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