BoJack Horseman — probably the best show on television about an alcoholic horse who starred in a ’90s sitcom and now attempts to ruin everything he touches, including his relationship with the pink cat who serves as his agent and occasional lover (and who has also dated local businessman named Vincent Adultman who is secretly two children inside a trench coat), and his friendship with a golden retriever named Mr. Peanutbutter who hosts a game show titled Hollywoo Stars and Celebrities: What Do They Know? Do They Know Things?? Let’s Find Out!, and what’s left of his career — has been picked up by Netflix for a fourth season.
The news comes on the same day the streaming service released the show’s third season, which might just be its best yet, and almost definitely vaults it into the upper echelon of current comedies, alongside shows like Rick & Morty and You’re the Worst. Netflix announced the pickup with a formal release, the way you might expect a multibillion-dollar company with a large public relations department to do, but the more fitting announcement of the good news came from the show’s official Twitter account. Oh, BoJack. Will you ever learn?
(He will not. That’s the point.)