Just days after the show debuted on the streaming service, Netflix has given another season to the animated comedy “BoJack Horseman,” The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports.
The cast includes Will Arnett, who provides the voice for BoJack, and “Breaking Bad” actor Aaron Paul, who voices the horse’s human sidekick. The series is about a former TV animal star who is trying to figure out his life after the family comedy, “Horsin’ Around,” is long over.
The renewal gives the show another 12 episodes, and comes as Netflix is making a push into comedy, the story notes. Netflix is also working on a live-action comedy starring Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda called “Grace and Frankie,” as well as a late-night program from Chelsea Handler.