BoJack Horseman's second season is still brand new, but Netflix has seen enough to make a call regarding its future. The streaming service announced today that the strange, suggestive cartoon has been renewed for a third season, one that's set to air sometime in 2016. Netflix announced the renewal alongside premiere dates for some of its other original programming, including the fourth season of the former A&E murder drama Longmire (September 10th) and the new Aziz Ansari vehicle Master of None (November 6th).
Starring Will Arnett as the titular anthropomorphized horse — a struggling former sitcom star trying to rebuild his life and career — the show's latest run debuted exclusively on Netflix earlier this month. The Verge's review called the show "an authentic portrayal of depression," but also acknowledged that its new batch of episodes "squanders the authenticity it established in the first [season]." Thanks to Netflix, BoJack Horseman will have another chance to get weird, whimsical, and surprisingly affecting.