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Prepare Your Emotions, Kids: Here’s a BoJack Horseman Season 3 Trailer

Prepare your feelings: BoJack Horseman is coming back to Netflix.

Today, Netflix released the official season 3 trailer for BoJack Horseman, reminding you that existential crisis and emotional brutality await just around the corner. That’s right, for those of us who have latched onto the somehow delightful emotional wringer that is BoJack Horseman, our wait to hop back on the bandwagon is almost close to an end. This trailer shows off some of what we can expect in season 3, which is a far cry from where BoJack was in season 1, because he’s gone from washed up cartoon horse to new Hollywood media darling, all in the span of one biopic.

The end of season 2 saw BoJack struggling to make himself a better horse man horseman, after he hit below-rock-bottom. After syncing up with his old crush (who’s now married and has a kid) and positively blowing that relationship away in the most cringe-worthy, “Oh my gosh, I’m so embarrassed for you” way, he’s back in Hollywoo and now focused on himself–without the weight of a former love weighing him down.

While it’s hard to see BoJack as a wholly sympathetic character, he’s found a way to resonate with a lot of people, myself included. I, personally, am very much looking forward to July 22nd, when season 3 premieres. You can bet I’ll be marathoning the heck out of that one.

(via /Film)

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