First BoJack Horseman Season 3 trailer rides in
James R | On 30, Jun 2016
“You’re a bona fide movie star.” “How do you feel?” “Awesome.”
The first trailer for BoJack Horseman Season 3 has arrived – and it’s about time that everyone’s favourite alcoholic horse finally gets what he’s always wanted: fame, success and meaning. Right?
The whole season lands on Friday 22nd July.
BoJack Horseman Season 3 gets July release date and synopsis
25th May 2016
BoJack Horseman will be galloping back on to Netflix this July for a third season.
The animated comedy about everyone’s favourite alcoholic, washed-up equine celebrity will premiere on Friday 22nd July.
The show promises to answer life’s big questions: What is success? Can two people ever truly connect? Why is Mr. Peanutbutter so annoying?
The official synopsis from Netflix reads as follows: “BoJack is grappling with his legacy while trudging through an increasingly turbulent Oscar campaign for his star-making turn in the Secretariat biopic. BoJack struggles with how he’ll ultimately be remembered by his fans and what lasting impact he’s made on those closest to him.
“Also, there are lots of silly puns and talking animal jokes and celebrity cameos and all the other stuff that everybody loves about BoJack Horseman. It’s a very funny and good season of television. Don’t worry.”
BoJack Horseman renewed for Season 3
29th July 2015
Netflix has renewed BoJack Horseman for a third season.
The animated series, which stars Will Arnett as everyone’s favourite washed-up equine celebrity, is one of the darker shows on the streaming service, as well as one of its few adult animations.
The alcohol-fuelled, talking-animal-starring show was created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg and is executive produced by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Steven A. Cohen and Noel Bright. The voice cast includes Aaron Paul as Todd Chavez, Amy Sedaris as Princess Carolyn, Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen and Paul F. Tompkins as Mr. Peanutbutter. (Arnett and Paul also co-produce.) While its first season began with a slow start, the series soon cantered into shady territory, with stories of depression, addiction and suicide, treated with nuance as well as humour.
Season 2, which just galloped back onto the streaming service this summer, was heralded by our review as having the potential to be “the best animated comedy since The Simpsons in its prime”.
Now, BoJack will come back once more for a third season in 2016, with another 12 episodes of depraved puns and surreal subplots involving celebrity animals.
For more, read our review of BoJack Horseman Season 2 – or head over to Netflix, where the first two seasons are both available to catch up with.