BoJack Horseman Finally Gets a Premiere Date for Season Two

Our favourite horse is coming back to streaming giant Netflix. BoJack Horseman, Netflix’s witty animated comedy about a depressed horse who used to star in a successful TV show back in the 90s, will unveil its second season on July 17.

We’ve been missing Netflix’s depressing animated series for months now, and we’re beyond happy we can finally count down to the release of its sophomore season. Although not that many people were excited about BoJack Horseman after the first season, the series got mostly positive reviews, many critics praising its realistic portrayal of depression.  What BoJack excels at is spoofing the emptiness of celebrity, portraying a bonkers universe where people and talking animals live in complete harmony, and delivering hard truths in the form of deliciously sarcastic remarks. Luckily we’ll be getting a lot more of that, and soon.

The series stars Will Arnett, Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins, and Aaron Paul. Season one ended with Bojack landing his dream role as Secretariat, with his ghostwriter and crush Diane on board as the movie’s consultant. The second season, consisting of 12 new episodes, will drop on Friday, July 17, 2015. Looking forward to the trailer.