Netflix Renews Animated Series, BoJack Horseman, For 12 More Episodes
Netflix announced it will picking up its newest animated series, BoJack Horseman for another twelve episodes. The series features Will Arnett as BoJack, a now B-list celebrity from a 90's family sitcom called "Horsin' Around." The equine protagonist is full of self-loathing and denial about his faded stardom and tries to drown his irrelevance in booze and hastily broken affairs. BoJack's private life contains a cadre of misanthropes like Todd, voiced by Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) who serves as BoJack's couch-camping, moocher sidekick. Then there is Diane Nguyen (Alison Brie) the ghostwriter for the autobiography BoJack hopes will cement his fame for future generations. The series was created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, designed by Lisa Hanawalt, and animated by ShadowMachine. BoJack Horseman’s renewal joins a growing list of Netflix original series that include Orange Is the New Black, Derek, House of Cards, Lilyhammer, and Hemlock Grove.