Netflix Trots Out BoJack Horseman's Season 2 Trailer
Todd (left, voiced by Aaron Paul) and BoJack (right, voiced by Will Arnett) in season 2 of Netflix's "BoJack Horseman.
If you haven't dipped into BoJack Horseman's first season, you've got plenty of time to catch up. The best animated show you're not watching (with the catchiest end credits you've ever heard) features Will Arnett as the titular horse-man, a washed-up, sometimes coked-up 90's sitcom star who lives with a shiftless dreamer burnout (Aaron Paul), occasionally sleeps with his agent Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), and finds an unexpectedly deep connection with his memoir's ghostwriter Diane (Alison Brie). It's visually absurd and darkly funny, and all the more poignant as a result.
Netflix just released the first trailer for Season 2, in which BoJack makes some very salient points about honeydew, we feel a certain smug satisfaction at the sight of Mr. Peanutbutter in a cone, and Lisa Kudrow's owl love interest Wanda Pierce makes her debut:
Countdown to "new" BoJack's inevitable breakdown: 18 days.