‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 4 News & Update: Showrunner Teases To Feature Real Problems; BoJ Reacts To ‘Hollyweed’
Everyone expects the coming "BoJack Horseman" Season 4 to tackle the recent 2016 American election, but it looks like that would not be the case. In fact, the adult animated comedy drama's showrunner Raphael Bob-Waksberg believed that there are a lot of real problems happening around that need to be discussed.
In an interview with IndieWire, Bob-Waksberg revealed that the upcoming "BoJack Horseman" Season 4's script is mostly written before the November 2016 election of Donald Trump happened. If ever, the show's fifth chapter might focus to feature real-life issues. He even compared the much-awaited television series to the films created before the restructure of context happened because of the September 11 bombing.
The 32-year-old comedian further explained that "BoJack Horseman" Season 4 is about the burdens of being comfortable. However, he admitted that he is not sure if these kinds of stories would still interest everyone in the near future, but he asserted that this is far more important than tackling "small hypocrisies of rich liberals." Bob-Waksberg even insisted that it is not his way to poke fun at people when there are real problems that should be addressed.
my lawyer has advised me not to officially comment on this matter https://t.co/0dau5abPS1
— BoJack Horseman (@BoJackHorseman) Enero 1, 2017
Meanwhile, a lot were surprised to see that the historical landmark Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles, California was changed to read as "Hollyweed." As BoJack Horseman is known for altering this symbol for making it "Hollywoo," which will still definitely be seen in "BoJack Horseman" Season 4, fans are waiting for his reaction. In his official Twitter page, the titular character joked that his lawyer told him not to give his official comment about the matter.
tweets aren't official comments, right? — BoJack Horseman (@BoJackHorseman) Enero 1, 2017
On his next tweet, the "BoJack Horseman" Season 4 star teased that his statements on Twitter can't be defined as official comments, even asking his followers if he is right. Some deem that the signpost was made in celebration of the passing of the Proposition 64 that is legalizing the use of recreational marijuana in 2018, Screen Crush reported.