'BoJack Horseman' Already Renewed for Season 2, Because Netflix Has Faith in Aaron Paul
Welp, Aaron Paul really is having a great week. First, he wins his third Emmy award for his outstanding portrayal of Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, then, his sweet shoutout to his wife, Lauren Parsekian's anti-bullying charity the Kind Campaign manages to break the charity's website, and now his new project has a future beyond one season: According to Indiewire, Netflix has renewed BoJack Horseman for season two, just four days after it first premiered on the streaming website.
Though reviews have been fairly mixed, BoJack Horseman does offer a great cast of actors who lent their voices to the show: Paul, Will Arnett, Alison Brie, Amy Sedaris, Paul F. Tompkins, Kristen Schaal, and Patton Oswalt are all credited in the series. Plus, the concept is pretty funny: A horse (who acts and talks like a guy — just go with it) who used to star in a hit '80s sitcom is now a washed up celebrity, focusing on his big comeback by writing a tell-all biography that's really being ghostwritten. Even if reviews haven't been stellar just yet, Netflix's renewal means that the ratings for the 12-episode first season must be great since it was released in full on August 22, and that they have faith in the series' creative direction.
And did I mention the cast?
If you haven't checked out season 1 of BoJack Horseman just yet, you can head on over to Netflix right now to stream it in full. As for season 2 — it will consist of 12 episodes, and likely premiere sometime next year.
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