"BoJack Horseman" is an American adult animated tragicomedy sitcom series directed by Raphael Bob-Waksberg.
The starring cast includes Will Arnett as BoJack Horseman, Amy Sedaris as Princess Carolyn, Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen, Paul F. Tompkins as Mr. Peanutbutter, Aaron Paul as Todd Chavez, Adam Conover as A Ryan Seacrest Type, Keith Olbermann as Tom Jumbo-Grumbo, Diedrich Bader as Judah Mannowdog, Kristen Schaal as Sarah Lynn, Patton Oswalt as Pinky Penguin and others.

Here are "BoJack Horseman" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for BoJack Horseman TV series?

Netflix on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 released the trailer for "BoJack Horseman" you can watch here:
BoJack Horseman | Season 6 Final Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is BoJack Horseman TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "BoJack Horseman" TV series plot summary.

The series is set in an alternate world where humans and anthropomorphic animals live side by side, taking place mostly in Hollywoo (the name is changed after the D is stolen from the sign). BoJack Horseman (Will Arnett) is the washed-up star of the 1990s sitcom Horsin' Around, which centered around a young bachelor horse trying to raise three human children who had been orphaned. Now living in relative obscurity in his Hollywood Hills mansion, BoJack plans a monumental comeback to celebrity relevance with a tell-all autobiography to be written by ghostwriter Diane Nguyen (Alison Brie). At the same time, he deals with his addiction to drugs, alcohol, and the resulting recklessness. BoJack also has to contend with the demands of his agent and on-again-off-again girlfriend Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), the misguided antics of his freeloading roommate Todd Chavez (Aaron Paul), and his former rival Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins).


Who plays who in the BoJack Horseman TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "BoJack Horseman" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Will Arnett  as BoJack Horseman a self-loathing cynical alcoholic horse currently in his 50s, whose acting career peaked when he starred in a successful 1990s family sitcom called Horsin' Around
Amy Sedaris  as Princess Carolyn a pink Persian cat
Alison Brie  as Diane Nguyen a human ghostwriter, a well-schooled, misunderstood intellectual, and a Vietnamese-American third-wave feminist from Boston
Paul F. Tompkins  as Mr. Peanutbutter an energetic, optimistic and cheerful yellow Labrador Retriever
Aaron Paul  as Todd Chavez an unemployed, unintelligent but vastly talented 24-year-old human slacker
Adam Conover  as A Ryan Seacrest Type
Keith Olbermann  as Tom Jumbo-Grumbo
Diedrich Bader  as Judah Mannowdog
Kristen Schaal  as Sarah Lynn
Patton Oswalt  as Pinky Penguin
Raphael Bob-Waksberg  as Charley Witherspoon
Aparna Nancherla  as Hollyhock
J.K. Simmons  as Lenny Turtletaub
Stanley Tucci  as Herb Kazzaz
Wendie Malick  as Beatrice Horseman
Angela Bassett  as Ana Spanikopita
Rami Malek  as Flip McVicker
Stephanie Beatriz  as Gina Cazador
Lake Bell  as Katrina Peanutbutter
Maria Bamford  as Kelsey Jannings
Kimiko Glenn  as Stefani Stilton
Dave Segal  as Blackmailer #2
Ben Schwartz  as Rutabaga Rabitowitz
Mike Hollingsworth  as Audience Member
Raúl Esparza  as Ralph Stilton
Margo Martindale  as Character Actress Margo Martindale
Cedric Yarbrough  as Officer Meow-Meow Fuzzyface
James Adomian  as Stuart
Kevin Bigley  as Quentin Tarantulino
Abbi Jacobson  as Emily
Lisa Kudrow  as Wanda Pierce
LaKeith Stanfield  as Guy
Julia Chan  as Pickles Aplenty
Olivia Wilde  as Charlotte Moore
Jean Villepique  as Tracy
Rachel Bloom  as Laura
Jessica Biel  as Jessica Biel
Hong Chau  as Pickles Aplenty
Fielding Edlow  as Roxie
Kristin Chenoweth  as Vanessa Gekko
Daniele Gaither  as Biscuits Braxby
Echo Gillette  as Maude
Phil LaMarr  as Judge
Sam Richardson  as Doctor Champ
Hilary Swank  as Joey Pogo
Alan Arkin  as J.D. Salinger
Paget Brewster  as Paige Sinclair
Chris Cox  as Tina
Andre Braugher  as Woodchuck Coodchuck-Berkowitz
Kelen Coleman  as Woodchuck's Advisor
Sharon Horgan  as Courtney Portnoy
Brandon T. Jackson  as Corduroy Jackson-Jackson
Keegan-Michael Key  as Sebastian St. Clair
Nicole Sullivan  as Fan Girl
Natalie Morales  as Yolanda Buenaventura
Mara Wilson  as Jill Pill
Constance Zimmer  as Skinny Gina
Wyatt Cenac  as Wayne
Ilana Glazer  as Penny Carson
Will Choi  as Pastiches Receptionist
Ed Helms  as Kyle
Kate Berlant  as Human Patron
Jaime Camil  as Jorge Chavez
Max Greenfield  as Maximillian Banks
Jake Johnson  as Oxnard
'Weird Al' Yankovic  as Captain Peanutbutter
Jeffrey Wright  as Cuddlywhiskers
Geraldine Viswanathan  as Tawnie
Caro Cappiello  as Tawnie - Spanish VO
Matthew Broderick  as Joseph Sugarman
Asif Ali
Christine Baranski  as Amanda Hannity
Nicole Byer  as Interviewee
Zach Braff  as Famous Actor Zach Braff
Jermaine Fowler  as Pete Repeat
Ken Jeong  as Dr. Allen Hu
Jason Beghe  as Jogger
Lana Condor  as Casey McGarry
Fred Savage  as Goober
John Cho  as Lead Improv-er
Lorraine Bracco  as Dr. Janet
Anjelica Huston  as Angela Diaz
Stephen Colbert  as Mr. Witherspoon
Baron Vaughn  as Waiter
Nicholas Gonzalez  as Cartel Man
Lin-Manuel Miranda  as Crackerjack Sugarman
David S. Jung
Issa Rae  as Dr. Indira
Marcia Gay Harden  as Denise
John Krasinski  as Secretariat
Philip Baker Hall  as Hank Hippopopalous
Bobby Cannavale  as Vance Waggoner
Jaime Pressly  as Sadie
Emily Heller  as Female Improv-er
Felicity Huffman  as Felicity Huffman
Randall Park  as American Tourist
Melissa Leo  as Diane's Mother
Nicole Holofcener  as Indie Filmmaker Nicole Holofcener
Phoebe Robinson  as Dean Squooshyface
Rian Johnson  as Bryan
Jaboukie Young-White
Audra McDonald  as Mother Superior
Heléne Yorke  as Additional Voices
Aisha Tyler  as Sextina Aquafina
Jay Pharoah  as Dashawn Manheim
Yvette Nicole Brown  as Beyoncé
Khandi Alexander  as Farmer's Wife
Lance Bass  as Lance Bass
Caleb Bark  as Actor #1
Jamie Clayton  as Lady in Stall
Daveed Diggs  as Cooper Thomas Rogers Wallace Sr.
Stephen Agyei  as Ella's Father
Michael Barbaro  as Diane's Ringtone
Larry Clarke
Matt Braunger  as Deer
Terry Gross  as Diane's Ringtone
Kristen Bell  as Ruthie
Keith David  as Lion Musician
Majandra Delfino  as Henrietta Platchkey
Colman Domingo  as Eddie
James Duval  as Executive Grip
Whoopi Goldberg  as Mikhaela
Brian Tyree Henry  as Cooper Wallace Jr.
Joel Kim Booster  as Maude's Ex-Boyfriend
Sonia Denis  as Every Animal Girl Girl
Jon Daly  as Additional Voices
Judy Greer  as Pam
Chris Parnell  as Klaus
Ron Funches  as Gentle Farms Farmer
Lena Hall
Tatiana Maslany  as Mia McKibbin
Adam Pally  as Trip
Candice Bergen  as The Closer
Patrick J. Carney  as Jay Zebra
Emily Deschanel  as Bones
Audie Cornish  as Diane's Ringtone
Harvey Fierstein  as iOvulate
Paul Giamatti  as TV BoJack
Natasha Rothwell  as Clemelia Bloodsworth
Gabe Kaplan  as Abe Ziegler
John Leguizamo  as Yolanda's Father
Kiersey Clemons  as Jameson H.
Zehra Fazal  as Demi Aplenty
Janeane Garofalo  as Every Animal Girl Giraffe
Samantha Bee  as Samantha Bee
David Chang
Jocelyn DeBoer
Chloe Dykstra  as Helen Chavez
Maya Erskine  as Ivy Tran
Horatio Sanz  as Latin Kings Gang Leader
Chris Diamantopoulos  as Matthew Fox
Lisa Hanawalt  as Becca
Brian Huskey  as Richard Nixon
Paul McCartney  as Sir Paul McCartney
Peter Oldring
Dave Franco  as Alexi Brosefino
Jorge Garcia  as Jorge Garcia
Wiz Khalifa  as Wiz Khalifa
Jonathan Lethem  as Diane's Ringtone
Hannibal Buress  as Miles
David Chase  as David Chase
Tim Gunn  as Tim Gunn
Jane Krakowski  as Honey Sugarman
David Walton  as Corbin Creamerman
Richard Lewis  as Ziggy Abler
Laura Linney  as Laura Linney
Eva Longoria  as Yolanda's Mother
David Sedaris  as Cutie Cutie Cupcake
Wanda Sykes  as Mary-Beth
Cindy Crawford  as Cindy Crawfish
Alexis Guerreros  as Eduardo
Tone Bell
Ira Glass  as Diane's Ringtone
Wallace Shawn  as Wallace Shawn
Craig Kilborn  as Michael Morgan
Daniel Radcliffe  as Daniel Radcliffe
Sheila Vand  as Todd's Phone
Ali Wong  as Maddie
Greg Kinnear  as Greg Kinglear
Jesse Novak  as Bouncer
Ginger Gonzaga  as Lead Worker Ant
Mark Feuerstein  as Mark Feuerstein
VyVy Nguyen  as Vietnamese Mother
Patti Harrison  as Barbara
John Witherspoon  as Franco Aplenty
Minae Noji  as Ayako
June Diane Raphael  as Casting Assistant
Rachael Harris  as Cardigan Burke
Aja Naomi King  as BoJack's Date
Henry Winkler  as Henry Winkler
Carla Hall  as Spaghetti Scientist Carla Hall
Natasha Leggero  as Heather
Leonard Maltin  as Leonard Maltin
Neil deGrasse Tyson  as Planetarium Narrator
Marc Jacobs  as Sharc Jacobs
Rob Morrow  as Barry Scheck
Kathy Najimy  as Marcie
Lee Daniels  as Flea Daniels
Tom Kenny  as Baseball Announcer #1
Phil Rosenthal  as Danny Bananas
Rhyon Nicole Brown
Mike O'Malley  as Artie
Kulap Vilaysack  as Film Crew Assistant
Ricky Gervais  as Hedgehog at Orphanage
Hannah Hooper
Amy Schumer  as Irving Jannings
Elvis Mitchell  as Host of Screening
Jay Mohr  as Foggy St. Jerusalem
Russell Peters  as Driver
Tessa Thompson  as Taneisha
Rufus Wainwright  as Drinking Bird
Vincent D'Onofrio  as Vincent D'Onofrio
Grace Parra  as Tamera
David Herman  as Arnold Schwarzenegger
Emma Adele Galvin  as Renata
Jay Hernandez  as Jay Hernandez
Okieriete Onaodowan  as Mike
Stephen Root  as Ezekial Whitewhale
Fred Tatasciore  as Additional Voices
Naomi Watts  as Naomi Watts
Caroline Williams
Garry Marshall  as Abe
Anna Deavere Smith  as Betty Bruce
RuPaul  as Queen Antonia
Gabourey Sidibe  as Tamara
Robert Siegel  as Diane's Ringtone
Sasheer Zamata  as Jewelry Store Clerk
Peter Sagal  as Diane's Ringtone
Isiah Whitlock Jr.  as C.E.O.
Tim Meadows  as Jameson's Dad
Chloë Grace Moretz  as Chloë Grace Moretz
Joel McHale  as Alex
Archie Panjabi  as Tilda Madison
Cree Summer  as Water Jug Girl
Jared Gertner
Sarah Koenig  as Diane's Ringtone
Mircea Monroe  as An Actress or Something
Patti LuPone  as Mimi Stilton
Jeanne Tripplehorn  as Joan Tripplehorn
Liev Schreiber  as Copernicus
George Takei  as Audiobook Narrator
Scott Wolf  as Scott Wolf
Sir Mix A Lot  as Sir Mix-a-Lot
Matthew Rhys  as Justin Kenyon
Natalie Walker  as Morgan
Ali Stroker
Christian Zucconi
Martin Short  as Poppy Stilton
Maria Elena Heredia  as Mary-Beth


What are BoJack Horseman filming details?

"BoJack Horseman" series are produced by ShadowMachine, The Tornante Company, Tornante Television and Boxer vs. Raptor.

The average duration of each episode is 25 minutes. Country of origin: United States.


What are critics and audiences saying about BoJack Horseman TV series?

"BoJack Horseman" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 92/100.

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