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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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
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I'm a sucker for these dumb animated shows.
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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.
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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.

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Looks terrible indeed.
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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
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It mostly makes me miss Ugly Americans. That was a good show.
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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?

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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?
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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.
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*using horse voice* LAAAA-HAAAAA-HAAAA-MMMEEE.
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Lol I thought it was on FX for a moment there. But this is no Unsupervised unfortunately.
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Ohhhh man. I miss Unsupervised. That was such a charming show.

This looks to be the complete opposite.
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I kind of feel bad for Aaron Paul.

Also, I prefer seeing Alison Brie on camera rather than only hearing her voice. I assume I'm not alone in this... :D
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I assume you are alone and in a basement :p C'mon, it's

Gillian Jacobs all the way baby - if I ever do, that is!

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So zoophilia is a thing again... lol. Looks kind of funny but we'll have to wait and see.
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