While the summer time usually means that many shows go on hiatus, before the fall season begins, that doesn't mean there isn't any quality programming during these sweltering months. In fact, in exactly three weeks, Netflix will debuted Season 3 of its hit animated series Bojack Horseman, featuring Will Arnett as the voice of the title character. To get fans ready for this new season, the streaming service has debuted a new trailer, which shows that Bojack's life is turning around for the better.
The season three trailer for BoJack Horseman is here and BoJack is a bona fide movie star! BoJack Horseman season three launches on Netflix Friday, July 22, everywhere that Netflix is available. This season answers burning questions such as What is success? Can two people ever truly connect? Why is Mr. Peanutbutter so annoying?
BoJack is grappling with his legacy while trudging through an increasingly turbulent Oscar campaign for his star-making turn in the Secretariat biopic. BoJack struggles with how he'll ultimately be remembered by his fans and what lasting impact he's made on those closest to him. Also, there are lots of silly puns and talking animal jokes and celebrity cameos and all the other stuff that everybody loves about BoJack Horseman. It's a very funny and good season of television. Don't worry.
This talking horse, who starred in the hit 1990s sitcom Horsin Around, started the series as a washed up star tries to navigate through present-day Los Angeles with the help of his human sidekick Todd (Aaron Paul) and his agent/former love interest (Amy Sedaris). Alison Brie and Paul F. Tompkins also lend their voices to the series. It isn't known if any new voice cast members were added for Season 3.
Raphael Bob-Waksberg (Childrens' Hospital, Save Me) created the series and executive produces alongside Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Noel Bright and Steven A. Cohen. It isn't known how much more footage from this animated series, but we'll be sure to keep you posted with more updates. Until then, check out the Season 3 trailer for Bojack Horseman below courtesy of Youtube.