BoJack Horseman: Season 4 Review

Watching BoJack Horseman can be painful. Not because it’s a bad show – far from it, the Netflix animated series continues to be one of TV’s best series – but because of how achingly familiar its most powerful moments can be in their emotional honesty.

BoJack Horseman: Season 4 reaffirms the show’s sense for shining light on the darkest parts of life in a season that is not quite as formally ambitious with its meta-jokes and storytelling as season 3. But the 13-episode return breaks new ground in making BoJack and his world one of the most relatable on TV, even if a whale still hosts the news and a dog is running for mayor.

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