Netflix's animated series Bojack Horseman is heading back to the streaming service for its fourth season, and soon too.

All new episodes will be available on September 8th as Will Arnett returns as the voice of the titular character - a former star of the nineties that struggles with Hollywood life. The news was announced on the show's Twitter account today, although it seems Bojack regretted it straight away...

Not much is known about the upcoming season as of yet, although showrunner Bob-Waksberg told IndieWire last year: "I will say that a big thing I was thinking about a lot over the course of the season, which I’m still thinking about obviously, is about stories and the purpose of stories and the stories we tell ourselves, the stories we tell other people. What value do they have?”

He added, “How we’ve been affected by narrative, and when does that get us in trouble? We assume things are going to come together in a certain way because our culture has been so saturated by the good guy always wins and true love is forever and things work out. How has that affected us or inspired us for good or for ill?"

Sigh. Sh*t's going to get deep again, isn't it? We're ready for you Bojack.