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      Season 2 – BoJack Horseman

      2015 Comedy Animation List
      100% 22 Reviews Tomatometer 98% 1,000+ Ratings Audience Score A humanoid horse, BoJack Horseman -- lost in a sea of self-loathing and booze -- decides it's time for a comeback. Once the star of a '90s sitcom, in which he was the adoptive father of three orphaned kids (two girls and a boy). The show was the hottest thing around, then suddenly, was canceled. Now 18 years later, BoJack wants to regain his dignity. With the aid of a human sidekick and a feline ex-girlfriend who is his agent, he sets out to make it happen. But Hollywood is vastly different from those days, and getting used to stuff like Twitter may take some time. This first animated series from Netflix -- with plenty of references to sex, drugs and alcohol -- is not for the little ones. Read More Read Less

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      Bojack Horseman truly comes into its own during season two, maturing into an ambitious comedy that sensitively blends wackiness with dark, nuanced drama.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Brand New Couch BoJack hopes a positive attitude will change his life, but his new outlook doesn't work well with his new acting job. Details Episode 2 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Yesterdayland BoJack is attracted to a woman who is probably the only one in town unaware of his fame; Todd opens a theme park. Details Episode 3 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Still Broken The cast of "Horsin' Around" attends a funeral, only to find it turning into a treasure hunt; Princess Caroline and Mr. Peanutbutter use the funeral as a schmooze-fest. Details Episode 4 Aired Jul 17, 2015 After the Party A surprise birthday party leads Princess Caroline, BoJack, Diane and Mr. Peanutbutter to learn important lessons about love. Details Episode 5 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Chickens BoJack really wants his director, Kelsey, to like him; Kelsey's daughter, with Diane and Todd, helps a chicken on the run from the police. Details Episode 6 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Higher Love When Mr. Peanutbutter's agent dies, Princess Caroline sees an opportunity; BoJack is unnerved after he says the L word to Wanda. Details Episode 7 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Hank After Dark Mr. Peanutbutter's new show is in jeopardy when Diane goes off-script during BoJack's book tour; Todd becomes involved in international affairs. Details Episode 8 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Let's Find Out BoJack's stint as a celebrity guest star on Mr. Peanutbutter's new game show takes an unexpected turn. Details Episode 9 Aired Jul 17, 2015 The Shot BoJack enlists Kelsey, Todd, Princess Caroline and Mr. Peanutbutter to help him snag a shot he considers crucial to the Secretariat movie. Details Episode 10 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Yes and Todd becomes involved in improvisational comedy; Wanda is convinced Diane is a bad influence on BoJack when he faces a career crisis. Details Episode 11 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Escape From L.A. BoJack gets a taste of life outside the Hollywood bubble when he takes a road trip to visit an old friend. Details Episode 12 Aired Jul 17, 2015 Out to Sea BoJack has a moment of clarity when Todd moves out to join the improv comedy group on its special cruise ship. Details Next
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      Previous Maeve McDermott USA Today If you're looking for a compelling-enough reason to start watching an animated comedy about a horse instead of the other critically-acclaimed series sitting in your watchlist, it's "Hank After Dark." Nov 16, 2015 Full Review Sonia Saraiya Truly, I cannot entirely explain it; and yes, it might be better stoned. But it is a reminder of the gorgeous possibility of animation, the seductive pull of a world with different rules-even for us lonely, disaffected, cynical adults. Nov 16, 2015 Full Review Ian Crouch New Yorker [It] makes eccentric use of the best innovations in contemporary television comedy: finely tuned and obsessively curated throwaway jokes and gags; unexpected allusions to high and low culture; clever continuity and layers of self-reference. Aug 18, 2015 Full Review Randy Dankievitch TV Over Mind There's not a lot of excitement to be had in "Brand New Couch," despite the titillating title; however, as a reintroduction in Boj's world, it does well to establish some of the themes to be explored through the season. Mar 11, 2020 Full Review Daniel Kurland Den of Geek Watching BoJack, both the character and the series evolve, is a marvelous, honest experience, and its second season is a worthy addition to the show's library. 4/5 Feb 28, 2020 Full Review Chris Cabin Collider This tonnage of sardonic yet quasi-sincere encounters and connections only intermittently aspires to belly laughs... but it's unerringly fascinating, clever, and beguiling in its emotional resonance. 4/5 Feb 28, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous David W BoJack Horseman's second season really gets into the story's main groove. The season is sufficiently episodic that a newly viewing friend can easily watch a couple of episodes and pick up on the story while, at the same time, the show leans into the serialized and deep storytelling that longtime fans love. I would definitely watch this season again. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/21/24 Full Review Gol B This is a masterpiece Rated 5 out of 5 stars 09/08/23 Full Review William S While the second season of Bojack Horseman definitely shows a step in the right direction, it sometimes indulges in its corny and weird humor; luckily, it still leaves plenty of room for character development and strong underlying themes, usually knowing when to stop with the jokes and take it's self seriously. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 02/24/23 Full Review Corey W Bojack Horseman's first season was a bit scattershot, but the second season is where the team behind this selfish, alcoholic horse really starts to examine the pieces it has created and puts those pieces together in a way that lets the audience know that this isn't a typical adult animation comedy. Instead we're treated to an introspection on fame, love, happiness and a lot more. There are still plenty of laughs to be had, but the moments of heartbreaking humanity are what really sets it apart from any would be competitors. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/01/23 Full Review Michael T Season 2 is when Bojack Horseman finally becomes its own show. It presents a fresh ideas for the adult animation genre. The characters are given much-needed development gets the viewer invested in the lives of these characters. One of the best seasons of television ever. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/26/23 Full Review Blue Moon T The show found it's footing and never looked back after that. Highlights are Escape from L.A. and Let's Find Out. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/04/23 Full Review Read all reviews Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Steven A. Cohen, Noel Bright, Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Raphael Bob-Waksberg
      Comedy, Animation
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      Release Date
      Jul 17, 2015
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