BoJack Horseman season 4 on Netflix : September 8

Posted on: Wednesday, September 6th, 2017
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This show should, by now, need no more introduction. Since that few years ago that it was still fresh on announcement the “coming back” of this Hollywood wash up, viewers have raved in constant while waiting for the show to climb to great heights, and it did on its second season on the streaming platform. The voices of Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris and Aaron Paul are always welcome, and you know I’d watch everything Alison Brie. While the show has antrophomorpic elements that it utilizes with sheer perfection (and undeniable humor), BoJack feels closer to Lisa Kudrow’s The Comeback, with all the self-pitying minus the constant self-inflicted cringe. Yes, BoJack is a troubled titular character that we all could relate to and so are the rest of the cast. Beautiful and simplistic American animation and a somber atmosphere that feels like television whiskey doused in suicidal gasoline is how I’d describe it.

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Recommendatrion grade: A; smarter and pessimistic than any other animation show currently in existence. A little below Rick and Morty, above the current level of Archer and a billion steps on top of Bob’s. Honestly, comparing BoJack to other shows is really unfair at this point.

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