Netflix Gives Us A Filthy Trailer For Cartoon Series 'Bojack Horseman'

"Bojack? That's a beautiful name." In case you thought Netflix was just going the drama route with Orange is the New Black, House of Cards, and the like, I'll have you know that they're also making inroads with comedy. Very high-concept comedy. Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, and Amy Sedaris have combined forces (and voices) to bring us BoJack Horseman, the story of a former celebrity horse whose day in the sun has passed and is now just trying to get through things one day at a time. The subject matter seems to be exclusively R-Rated, so this probably isn't one for the toddlers. But, hey, they get Dora. Let us have this.

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I'm sold on any show or film with a talking horse. While it would be a bit of an oversell to call BoJack Horseman a runaway success, it was a cute show on Netflix that looked like it cost about a nickel to make. And if that nickel delivers the stoner demo, then it's a nickel well-spent. We're getting a new season of the show on July 17th, and in case you weren't sure what a show about a depraved horse is about, here ya go. It's about a depraved, washed-up horse that hangs out with Aaron Paul. Here's the quick look at season 2, which features Friends alum Lisa Kudrow as...someone. (Vulture)


Tina Fey's 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' Has A Trailer For Netflix

If you can survive a doomsday cult, you can probably hack it in the Big Apple. After flexing its muscle in the realm of drama, Netflix has decided to lighten up a little with the weird, sometimes-funny cartoon BoJack Horseman and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt from the mind of Tina Fey and starring The Office's Ellie Kemper. Judging by the trailer, the series skews a little more "feel good" than 30 Rock ever did, but that may just be the face the producers want to put on the series. Let's hope that it plays to the weirdest sensibilities of its star and its creator, lest we're left with another generic "girl steppin' out in the big city" show. You'll probably see some familiar faces, including Jane Krakowski, who probably couldn't play straight if her life depended on it. This could be a good one. (Deadline)


New Video Shows How Judgmental Netflix's 'Are You Still Watching?' Can Be

We've all been there... Anyone who has Netflix is undoubtedly familiar with the binge-watching feature that allows episodes to seamlessly play one after the other, only to ask "Are you still watching?" after every fourth or so. Presumably in an effort to save data and power, but practically as a Jiminy Cricket on your shoulder, suggesting that it's a nice day outside or that Monet exhibit is only around for two more weeks. We disappoint it a little bit when we have to inform it, "Yeah, we're still watching. This is what our day's gonna be, jerk," but that's the nature of the energy-saving feature, now isn't. (A.V. Club)


Netflix Offers A Trailer For Its First Original Series, 'Lilyhammer'

Fans of Silvio Dante from 'The Sopranos', this is for you. That's right, Lilyhammer. Netflix first (and admittedly, lowest profile when compared to House of Cards and Arrested Development) original series follows The Sopranos' Steven Van Zandt as a mobster (!) who enters the witness protection program in Lillehammer, Norway. Of course, we watch him as a fish out of water in both civil matters, and, presumably, watch him fall back into the Scandinavian underworld. The entire series will be released at once starting on February 6, so you can plow through the eight episode first season run with no waiting. Judging from the trailer, getting through the series should take me about eight hours. This show looks pretty damn good, with a Coen-brothers sensibility; a balance of drama, action, and comedy. Yay February!


Here's A Pretty Awesome First Look At Netflix' 'Wet Hot American Summer' Series

It's the first day of Camp Firewood, and H. Jon Benjamin is here to narrate. We knew Wet Hot American Summer was coming to Netflix. Now we can confirm that the bat-sh*t crazy foundation of the original is still in place thanks to this fake promotional video that shows us what's in store for the gang at Camp Firewood. Does it hurt that it's narrated by H. Jon Benjamin? No. No it does not. Here's the clip: Yup. That brief little cutout was a throwback to the Michael Ian Black/Bradley Cooper lovemaking scene from the film. A nice little piece of fan service, which is important, because I'm not sure this is going to find a new audience given its weirdness.


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