What is BoJack Horseman About?
BoJack Horseman is a critically acclaimed American adult animated sitcom created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg. The show, which premiered on Netflix in 2014, follows the life of the titular character, BoJack Horseman, a washed-up sitcom star from the '90s. Set in a world where animals and humans coexist, the series skillfully balances humor and drama to explore a wide range of themes, including fame, mental health, addiction, and the existential crises faced by its flawed protagonist. BoJack Horseman delves deep into the dark corners of BoJack's psyche, unmasking his insecurities, fears, and self-destructive tendencies with unflinching honesty. Its bold and unapologetic approach to storytelling has gained the show a dedicated fanbase and critical acclaim, earning praise for its clever writing, sharp wit, and memorable characters. BoJack Horseman's satirical take on the entertainment industry and its exploration of complex social issues through allegorical animal characters make it a thought-provoking and resonant series that has reshaped the landscape of animated television.
The first episode of BoJack Horseman aired on August 22, 2014 and the most recent episode to air was on January 31, 2020.