Will Arnett

How ‘BoJack Horseman’ Grew From a Forgettable Animated Comedy Into TV’s Best Exploration of Depression

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The first season of BoJack Horseman was a slow burn. Admittedly, I wasn’t a huge fan of the first few episodes, which relied too heavily on animated characters being raunchy, and took shots at Hollywood that felt trite and overdone. But when the series got good, it got really good — and also remarkably, hilariously depressing. 
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Lego Batman Finds His Lego Robin: Michael Cera

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Apart from Batman v. Superman, the world’s most famous furry will also be the focus of an upcoming Lego movie — titled, simply, The Lego Batman Movie. It’d already been reported that he’d be played by (the voice of) Will Arnett (who played the character in the first Lego Movie). But behind every great Lego Batman there’s a great Lego Robin, and it just so turns out that, like Arnett, Lego Robin is a Bluth: he’ll be voiced by Michael Cera. 
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‘BoJack Horseman’ Is Netflix’s Least Inspired Original Series

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Is a good cast enough to sustain a dull story? That’s a question I think about often while watching pilot episodes like this year’s Selfie and last year’s We’re the Millers or Bad Teacher. I’m more likely to stick around after a lackluster pilot if I like everyone involved. Netflix’s BoJack Horseman boasts the voice talents of Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, Alison Brie, Amy Sedaris, Paul F. Tompkins, Kristen Schaal, and more. It’s a mix of people who are universally adored, but even their presence isn’t enough to push this show above average.
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‘Arrested Development’ Season Four Recap-A-Thon, Episode 11: “A New Attitude”

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Now the story of a great television show that got cancelled and the diehard viewers who had no choice but to keep yelling and screaming until Netflix brought it back for another season, seven years later. It’s the Arrested Development Season Four Recap-A-Thon, Episode 11: “A New Attitude,” in which we discover exactly what’s happening with G.O.B.’s love life.
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‘Arrested Development’ Season Four Recap-A-Thon, Episode 6: “Double Crossers”

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Now the story of a great television show that got cancelled and the diehard viewers who had no choice but to keep yelling and screaming until Netflix brought it back for another season, seven years later. It’s the Arrested Development Season Four Recap-A-Thon, Episode 6: “Double Crossers,” which continues the George Sr. story that began in “Borderline Personalities.”
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