BoJack Horseman was the star of the hit TV show "Horsin' Around" in the 90's, now he's washed up, living in Hollywood, complaining about everything, and wearing colorful sweaters.
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 Princess Carolyn (49 episodes, 2014-2017)
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 Todd Chavez / ... (49 episodes, 2014-2017)
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BoJack Horseman was the star of the hit TV show "Horsin' Around" in the 90's, now he's washed up, living in Hollywood, complaining about everything, and wearing colorful sweaters.

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SOPRANO. DRAPER. UNDERWOOD. HORSEMAN. (Season 3) See more »


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Кiнь БоДжек  »

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Whenever real-life entertainment figures are featured on the show, usually in animal form, they are asked to voice their alter egos. According to Raphael Bob-Waksberg, those who are not voiced by themselves often become meaner and suffer cruel fates. For example, when Andrew Garfield couldn't or wouldn't voice himself on the show, his on-screen persona ended up breaking every bone in his body after falling into a hole. See more »

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It's actually not anatomically possible for a horse to throw up. See more »

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Princess Carolyn: You/he/she needs an agent?
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Crazy Credits

After BoJack steals the D from the Hollywood sign and the D is destroyed in a helicopter accident in "Our A-Story is a D-Story", the theme song has the Hollywood sign forever missing the "D". See more »


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Bojack Horseman Ending Credits Song
Performed by Grouplove
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An animated show that feels more real than most live-action series.
31 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Netflix, in their continuing mission to provide premium content to their subscribers, has another hit on their hands with BoJack Horseman. I had some reservations before watching the first episode, because there hasn't been a great new animated series in several years now. But with such a great cast on board, I figured it was worth a try. So glad I did, because it ended up being the best original comedy I have seen in a while, animated or otherwise.

It does not take long at all to get wrapped up in the story of BoJack, a has-been actor known for his role as a single dad in a popular early '90s sitcom. Having not acted in the 18 years since the show was canceled, he agrees to pen a memoir in an effort to relaunch his career. When confronted with the reality of how he is perceived by others, BoJack becomes desperate for acceptance and redemption from both the public and his inner circle.

For the most part, people from normal walks of life are portrayed as humans, while the elite class like actors and their agents are portrayed as animals. It's a surprisingly effective method to humanize these characters to whom the common person does not easily relate. Will Arnett, Kristen Schaaf, Aaron Paul, and Amy Sedaris all give their characters a 3-dimensional quality that is difficult to achieve in a 2D platform like animation. It helps that it is wonderfully drawn, with many subtleties that reinforce each character's persona.

Instead of a loosely assembled pile of anecdotal stories with characters that are just given a reason to exist, all the events during each episode contribute to the progress of the plot over the course of the first season. With episodes picking up exactly where the last one left off, the show feels more like a 3-act mini series than a TV show. That said, there are plenty of crass jokes and innuendo that will satisfy viewers who are not vested in the overall story.

I am delighted that the series has been picked up for a second season and to see in what direction the story of BoJack and his inner circle takes us.


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