Actor Will Arnett is feeling "bittersweet" with the conclusion of his Netflix series "BoJack Horseman" as he admits that it is hard for him to let go of it. The show, created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, ended with its sixth season, which was divided into two parts. The first installment came out on October 25 last year, while the second part started streaming from January 31.
The animated series narrates the story of a depressed alcoholic horse called BoJack (Arnett), who plans his return to celebrity relevance with an autobiography. Talking to Variety, the actor said he is "satisfied" with the way the show ended.
"It’s bittersweet. I feel satisfied with what we did. (Raphael) is an incredible writer and I feel fortunate I got to be a part of something like that, and ride his coattails a bit," Arnett said.
The actor, who has also featured in shows such as "Arrested Development" and "Riviera", admitted that it is still "hard to say goodbye".
"Last week, we had a little screening in LA and Raphael, (Paul F. Tompkins) and (Aaron Paul) and I were talking. We were like, 'What (else) can we do?' We're always doing that because it’s hard to let go," Arnett said
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