Tiffany Haddish Continues Her Hollywood Takeover With a New Show From the Creators of Bojack Horseman
Haddish will play a "cocky, care-free toucan" and we can't wait.Read More
Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the creator of Netflix's Bojack Horseman, knows that there's a big problem on his show. Namely, that the character of Diane, who is supposed to be Vietnamese, is voiced by Alison Brie, who is white. This issue has been brought up in fan circles plenty of times before, not only in relation to this show, but throughout animation. Yet, according to Bob-Waksberg, no one's brought the conversation directly to him, until now.Read More
File this under "Disgusting."Read More
Twitter canon is the best canon.
When BoJack Horseman's fourth season premiered on Netflix earlier this month, the character's Twitter account spent a few days responding to pretty much everyone discussing the show online. This included Luc Baghadoust, the producer of DONTNOD's Life Is Strange. Clearly, he's a fan.Read More
Just a reminder that BoJack Horseman is one of the most detailed-oriented, emotionally devastating shows on television, from the first second to the last.Read More
The trailer for season 4 showed us Mr. Peanutbutter might be making a bid for public office, but in a new clip it look like he's also.....learning how to ski?Read More
The trailer for the upcoming season of Netflix's Bojack Horseman makes it clear that a good chunk of the season will deal with Bojack having gone missing after the events of Season 3. Sounds like we might need a private investigator. Luckily, Netflix has one of those, too!Read More
In the trailer, we have Diane leaving Bojack a voicemail catching him (and us) up with all the new developments. And there are a lot of them.Read More
This is a really, really great Netflix month and yes, I will be making all my plans this September around the new season of Bojack Horseman and repeated viewings of Carol.Read More
Raphael Bob-Waksberg really, really doesn't like Jared Leto and his method acting.Read More
We just can't wait to be emotionally compromised all over again.
With a fairly distressing tweet, BoJack Horseman announced when we'd be feeling emotionally compromised by new episodes all over again: September 8th.Read More
Even assholes are capable of great kindness.
It’s officially Trump vs. Hillary this year, and ever since the primaries, my Facebook feed has been filled with politics. I’ve seen the general attitude move from excitement to confusion, to helplessness, and anger. Now that we’re down to the final two, tensions are higher than ever. It’s so easy to reduce friends and strangers alike to nothing more than dupes of "the enemy." Which is why we need more shows like BoJack Horseman.Read More
"I think I might be nothing."
It’s the middle of the night, and I’ve just finished binge-watching the entire third season of BoJack Horseman. I’m perched on my sofa, hugging my knees, as tears stream down my face. All I knew was that a character on one of my all-time favorite shows had just come out as asexual, and as an ace person myself, it was making me feel a lot of different things.Read More
Okay, so, apparently this came out ages ago, but I missed it: Doll Divine has a Steven Universe-inspired character creator available for any of you folks who want to make a "Gemsona" of your very own.Read More
We hope the rest of the industry's taking notes.
What sets Bojack apart more than anything else is its treatment of its lead character, and how the world refuses to ever let him off the hook for all the terrible things he’s done.Read More
"Why is it so...daytime right now?"
At first, Diane, who’s been hired to ghostwrite BoJack’s autobiography, looks to be the sanest person in the room. Throughout season two, though, Diane’s relative contentment begins to crumble. And it’s then that we catch a glimpse of what might be TV’s best depiction of short-term depression.Read More
Prepare your feelings: BoJack Horseman is coming back to Netflix.Read More
BoJack Horseman will be back this summer! Season 3 of the Netflix original series will be available to stream July 22nd.Read More
I'm just going to say it: there's too much good television out there right now. I mean, sure, we can all think of improvements worth making to even the most popular TV shows – but overall, there've been a lot of greats lately. Yet who has the time to keep up with them all?Read More