Critic Consensus: Skillfully puncturing the idea of celebrity and our culture's bizarre obsession with it, BoJack Horseman's third season continues its streak as one of the funniest and most heartbreaking shows on television.
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The plot has evolved into as dark a satire on celebrity as anything else on television, especially as it has sloughed off some of the reliance on slapstick that characterized its early episodes.
When you look for beauty in life, the most rewarding moments are the unexpected. And for the third season in a row, the Hollywood comedy BoJack Horseman has surprised us.
There's no glamour here. BoJack needs us to understand because it's an exposé with a comedy veneer.
If you're wondering how the hell a show with these characters could be as deep and relevant as I'm insisting it is. All I can say is: fire up Netflix and watch the show. It's really something. It might even be lasting art.
Audience Reviews for BoJack Horseman: Season 3
Definitely satisfying the fans with its witty humor, Bojack Horseman's third season does feel more aimed for a more dramatic storytelling than previous seasons, though its never-ending satyre over modern age culture and impressive characterization continues to make the show superior to other animated and live-action content currently airing.
Things are looking up for BoJack Horseman in Season 3 with more wacky hijinks and crazy adventures as he promotes his new hit movie. This season BoJack works the Oscar circuit, hoping that winning a trophy will make him happy; meanwhile Todd and Mr. Peanutbutter create a new specialty taxi service and Diane becomes a celebrity blogger. As usually there's a lot of satire about the Hollywood industry, and lampooning of celebrities. And, the writers continue to address provocative issues and offer some biting social commentary. Additionally, several interesting guest stars are featured, including Jessica Biel, Candice Bergen, "Weird" Al Yankovic, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Clever and funny, Season 3 of BoJack Horseman continues to deliver the laughs.
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