Critic Consensus: Bojack Horseman truly comes into its own during season two, maturing into an ambitious comedy that sensitively blends wackiness with dark, nuanced drama.
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Bojack itself, which premiered its second season last night, stands head and hoof above other shows that serve as cautionary tales for fame knocking too early in the morning.
Seriously, thank God it's funny because there are some moments of this show that hit really, really hard.
Though Orange is the New Black has laughs buttressing the dramatic bits, BoJack Horseman was Netflix's first true original comedy, and it remains one of the streaming services' sharpest shows, down to its unexpected Christmas special.
Beyond the protagonist, the shining points of this season were the focuses on the female characters and the sharp as ever humor. A couple weaker episode plots aside, this is a great season.
Season two is unmistakably great; it's a huge step up from the first in many ways.
BoJack holds up to the light the delicate insecurities we all harbor before mercilessly shattering them with humor. That it all manages to come across as warm in the end is a testament to the cartoon's unlikely sensitivity, nuance and range.
Audience Reviews for BoJack Horseman: Season 2
Never stopping to gleefully entertain, Bojack Horseman takes what made the first season great and does it again in spetacular fashion, with its merciless depiction over modern Hollywood never overcoming great characterization and some of the best drama and comedy television has to offer.
Season 2 of BoJack Horseman is full of laughs and keeps the series fresh with its edgy comedy stylings. The overarching story follows BoJack as he starts production on his dream project playing Secretariat and begins dating a TV producer, but before long his self-destructive behaviors jeopardize everything that he's worked for. And, there are some exciting developments with Todd and Mr. Peanutbutter teaming up as business partners, and Princess Carolyn developing a new television show. The writing is quite good at developing multi-episode arcs and at paying off minor plot threads. Also, a number of guest stars make cameos, including George Takei, Paul McCartney, Daniel Radcliffe, Kristin Chenoweth, Ed Helms, and Ricky Gervais. One of Netflix's best original shows, BoJack Horseman delivers a great second season that's incredibly fun and satirical.
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