There may not be enough money in the banana stand for this one. In light of a recut fourth season aimed at fixing fan complaints and snagging syndication, the Arrested Development cast is demanding additional compensation from the series’ profits.
Lest BoJack Horseman get scooped by WhatTimeIsItRightNow.com, Netflix is making another commitment to our favorite (recovering?) alcoholic horse. The critically-acclaimed animated satire will officially return for a fifth season, clingy execs reveal.
BoJack Horseman is no stranger to disappearances, but disappearing from his own show is another matter. That cryptic Season 3 finale has given way to a BoJack Horseman Season 4 trailer almost entirely absent its title character.
Even as Netflix seems to debut new shows twice a week, perhaps no one series is missed so much as BoJack Horseman. Our beloved Horsin’ Around burnout is finally back from vacation, and groggy as ever, setting a September premiere for Season 4.
Anticipation for a fifth Arrested Development season largely dried up when Season 4 made clear the prolific cast had trouble coordinating schedules. That said, the now-confirmed Season 5 teases a more collaborative approach, as star Will Arnett assures the cast will spend “much more” time together overall.