The horse’s character will be voiced by Will Arnett (Arrested Development), with co-stars Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) and Amy Sedaris (Strangers with Candy).
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BoJack Horseman will be created in the image of the popular Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black and House of Cards, with all the episodes released at once exclusively through Netflix.
According to Wired.com,
Created by comedian and writer Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the 12-episode BoJack Horseman takes its name from Arnett’s character, an alcoholic former television star fallen on hard times who just happens to be a horse, who might have a shot at the big time again — assuming that he doesn’t screw it all up.
The A.V. Club adds,
Aided by his former human sidekick (played by ideal sidekick guy Aaron Paul) and his cat agent who also happens to be his ex-lover (played by ideal anything Amy Sedaris), he tries to break back into showbiz, all while dealing with the usual washed-up celebrity and drunk horse problems.
The usual “drunk horse problems”? We love it already.
The series is slated for release mid-2014.