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Audience Reviews for Housebroken: Season 1
Jul 25, 2021This has got to be the worst thing I have ever seen on network television,
Jul 14, 2021The voices are great, the characters too. It is quite funny especially if you have a pet, i enjoyed the little details that pets do and the humor built on it. The writing may need more complexity and satire to it. They dumb it down too much sometimes. but overall i really enjoyed it
Jul 05, 2021The show lacks focus. There are too many characters with nothing all that interesting going on. It's like Fox said "let's get a great ensemble play a bunch of animals" and that was the end of the idea. There is an opportunity for the show to be excellent, but it doesn't appear they have the writing staff to really nail down what the show is about
Jun 29, 2021One of my favorite shows! Any dog owner (or person with a good sense of humor) will love this show! Left me in pain from laughter!!
Jun 28, 2021A cute little cartoon. Glad that Fox added another night(NOW BRING BACK KING OF THE HILL!)
Jun 22, 2021this show has really snuck into my weekly watch list. at first it threw me off with the animals and theorpy.As time went on, i found the show charming and enjoyable to watch.
Jun 11, 2021It's kind of cute. A lot of gross out jokes but animals are gross sometimes. Kind of reminds me of The Secret Life of Pets but more adult.
Jun 02, 2021I went into the show completely blind, as in all I knew about the show was "Fox Animation with Talking Animals" but the show did a good job of getting its premise across without being too blatant. We are introduced to a pretty large cast (with great voices) which makes the show's A and B plots (which are both driven by the same character) take a backseat at times but the show managed to tie up both in a way that could only be allowed due to the nature of the shows subject. In a vacuum, this first episode might come off as a miss, but it lays the foundation for a show that isn't just a bunch of cutaway fart jokes but potentially a smarter comedy that, optimistically, will help reduce the stigma of mental health services.