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Bojack itself, which premiered its second season last night, stands head and hoof above other shows that serve as cautionary tales for fame knocking too early in the morning.
Seriously, thank God it's funny because there are some moments of this show that hit really, really hard.
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."
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.
[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.
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.
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.
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.
It's destined to become a cult classic in the same way, but instead of offering wave after wave of jokes, Bojack includes a lot of heart, so afterwards we are never sure whether the tears from crying from laughter or the sadness are separated.
Though Orange is the New Black has laughs buttressing the dramatic bits, BoJack Horseman was Netflix's first true original comedy, and it remains one of the streaming services' sharpest shows, down to its unexpected Christmas special.
Beyond the protagonist, the shining points of this season were the focuses on the female characters and the sharp as ever humor. A couple weaker episode plots aside, this is a great season.
Audience Reviews for BoJack Horseman: Season 2
May 23, 2021In season two, Bojack is developed to be the exemplification of what we know him as, a care-free, self-loathing, narcissistic horse. The small details and quick jokes give the audience insight on both a small and a large scale, introducing new characters, that give the show substance. The type of comedy is a unique one and one has to commend the blockbuster cast of actors and actresses.
Apr 18, 2021This show blends humour with dark topics that are not really brought up in these types of shows. Although most characters resemble animals the show never fails to bring up real human issues. I love it!
Dec 16, 2020With the critics finally completely won over, Bojack manages to astonish us with elaborate story telling, real emotionality, and visceral story telling.
Dec 04, 2020This show really starts to come into its own when BoJack is thrust back into the spotlight of the Film/TV Industry with all the masterful editing and writing that can be found on many occasions.
Nov 20, 2020I'm so glad I didn't ignore the ratings and stayed through to this season. This show is one of the best of all time and it is one I will never forget.
Nov 12, 2020Bojack's second season really finds its voice by blending a barrage of wit with a nuanced character study of past fame and self-worth. An absolute gem.
Aug 18, 2020After Season 1, which was a great light introduction, things begin to get serious here in Season 2. This is where the show begins to shine.
Jul 02, 2020Excelente temporada, mejora los errores de su primera y refuerza sus aciertos
Jun 01, 2020This is so fucking good I have to ration it
Mar 26, 2020Loved every season of this, loved every party of Bojack. Very meta and introspective.