Netflix’s BoJack Horseman flew in (okay, ran in) under the radar last year, hiding one of the most layered and subversive comedies this side of Arrested Development behind a star-studded cast, and now has a brand-new attitude to debut in Season 2. The first full promo for BoJack Horseman’s 2015 run has arrived, bringing out plenty of new stars to boot.
One of the unexpected delights of last year proved to be Netflix’s Will Arnett / Aaron Paul animated comedy BoJack Horseman, one that was fortunate enough to gain a renewal, and now has its sights on a second coming. The streaming service has officially set a July premiere for BoJack Horseman’s return, along with an angelic new poster.
'BoJack Horseman' isn't just a very funny, very clever and very smart comedy, it may be the best original program that Netflix has produced yet. Seriously. Go ahead and let the trashy soap opera antics of 'House of Cards' steal the glory at the Emmy nominations! 'BoJack Horseman' is the kind of show that's too good and too cool for awards.
Most of Netflix's original series have proven themselves of exceptional quality, but will the streaming service have the same taste in adult animated series? We'll find out, as 2014 brings original animated series 'BoJack Horseman,' starring the vocal talents of 'Arrested Development''s Will Arnett and 'Breaking Bad' star Aaron Paul.