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BoJack Horseman is beautiful, it's happier than the previous seasons, but that didn't mean taking out the melodrama that made the series great in the first place. From the bitter opening that sprouted from season 3 to the warm-hearted ending, this show not only developed the characters into a right direction, but also left views hope for the season 5. Episode 11: Time's Arrow is definitely an award winner, it left me haunted.
Bill Nye Saves the World has the charm of Bill Nye, but the topics could be more in depth and the live audience was really distracting.
13 Reasons Why is dark and mature, but by drawing out disturbing things and having the plot drag on for an extra 15 - 20 minutes because it needs to fill out the hour time mark got very tiring.
Master of None feels very urban and offbeat, but at the same time it has a classy ring to it. I didn't really like the romantic aspect of the show though, it felt cliche and unrealistic, which contradicts with the urban, offbeat tone of the show.
BoJack Horseman Season 3 established not only it's melodramatic tone but also engages its audience in it's second half of the season as the drama and development intensifies while leaving enough space for the next installment.
BoJack Horseman's season 2 truly made this show into one of the modern greats with its witty black humor and surprisingly dark drama.
BoJack Horseman is sarcastic and funny enough to keep it entertaining, but its heart-felt moments are rather hit and misses.
Voltron: Legendary Defender is fun, beautiful, and visually gripping thanks to its world building, story, and colorful characters.