Here's the Trailer for Netflix's BoJack Horseman, Featuring Will Arnett and Aaron Paul's Voices (VIDEO)

By Tim Surette

Jun 04, 2014


The animated Netflix comedy BoJack Horseman, which Netflix ordered to series late last year, is now actually, officially a thing, as evidenced by this brand-new trailer. It features the voices of Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Aaron Paul, and Allison Brie, with Arnett playing a former actor from a '90s sitcom who happens to be a horse. Sounds good, right? 

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I was pretty excited when this show was first announced. But I don't know about this, guys. It looks kind of terrible? It's awfully tough to judge a comedy by its trailer because there's no flow or timing, just quick snippets of possibly longer jokes. I'll give BoJack Horseman a chance when it's released, but I'm not exactly excited about it anymore. What do you think?


BoJack Horseman debuts Friday, August 22 on Netflix. 


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  • Jacks420 Jun 06, 2014

    Animation isn't really good, but isn't real bad. I think it looks pretty funny. But I probably watch just about every adult cartoon haha

  • Silver_Sword_14 Jun 05, 2014

    I'm a sucker for these dumb animated shows.

  • JT_Kirk Jun 04, 2014

    This has the potential to be awesome or awful, there's seeds of both in this trailer. I don't think Netflix is the right venue though, this should have been on a weekly schedule release.

    Good to see Amy Sedaris out there again though, haven't heard much from her since Strangers with Candy left, she should be in more stuff.

  • WavSlave Jun 05, 2014

    Agreed that Amy should be in more stuff. SwC was a real favorite of mine.

    She did take over the role of Hurshe Heartshe for the too-busy Kristen Schaal for the entire second season of [adult swim]'s The Heart, She Holler. If anything, she was actually a more horrible character as Hurshe than she was as Jerri Blank. Despite my hopes that this would be a perfect casting choice, she was nowhere near as good as Schaal was, but at least she had some work and made some money.

  • missjudgment Jun 04, 2014

    Looks terrible indeed.

  • HWBOD Jun 04, 2014

    Ummm, well, even tho that was a short trailer - I will never get that minute and those seconds of my life back again... wahhhhh... I'll pass on this one

  • olleeriksson5680 Jun 04, 2014

    It mostly makes me miss Ugly Americans. That was a good show.

  • current Jun 04, 2014

    Odd mix of animals and humans. I don't see how Arnett's overemployed I've got a deep throat is enough for a lead. He's just too OTT and overrated. They may as well of tried for Jim Carrey. Amy Sedaris as a catty cat II can see, as she's bat shit crazy. But to stereotype Brie and Paul in human form seems a waste. The jokes do seem aimed at schoolboy giggles, which presumably, can't be Netflix's desired cash demographic. Can it?

  • CurtMassie Jun 04, 2014

    Let me get this straight TV.com has decided to feature something called BoJack Horseman but doesn't even bother reviewing the season premier of Longmire? Really?

  • WavSlave Jun 04, 2014

    The site doesn't review 99.something% of all the shows that air on TV. This was really just a tiny news blurb and the show is unlikely ever to be mentioned again.

  • DrSpongejr Jun 04, 2014

    *using horse voice* LAAAA-HAAAAA-HAAAA-MMMEEE.

  • P3TE Jun 04, 2014

    Lol I thought it was on FX for a moment there. But this is no Unsupervised unfortunately.

  • dashheadlong Jun 04, 2014

    Ohhhh man. I miss Unsupervised. That was such a charming show.

    This looks to be the complete opposite.

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