Raphael Bob-Waksberg's animated story of a boozed-up, down-and-out horse, BoJack Horseman, has a season three premiere date: July 22nd. The series stars Will Arnett as BoJack, a horse trying to figure out what the heck he's doing with his life. Last season, the show continued its clever examination of narcissism and depression, but allowed some of its poignancy to get buried in a heap of animal puns and aimless plot lines. We've still got a few months left to hope that this next season with drop some of that filler and hold onto its absurd side.
It still seems safe to assume things aren't going to be easy for BoJack anytime soon. In an interview last summer, Bob-Waksberg told The Verge that he doesn't believe in endings. "Because of the narrative we've experienced, we've kind of internalized this idea that we're working toward some great ending, and that if we put all our ducks in a row we'll be rewarded, and everything will finally make sense," he said. "But the answer is that everything doesn't make sense, at least as far as I’ve found."
All the drama. All the BoJack. He's back. pic.twitter.com/2hiHdxpjKt— Will Arnett™ (@arnettwill) May 25, 2016