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Netflix renews ‘BoJack Horseman’ for a third season
MUMBAI: The serialised animated adult comedy ‘BoJack Horseman’ has been renewed for a third season by Internet TV network Netflix.
It will return with 12 new episodes in 2016. Will Arnett voices BoJack, the legendary 90’s sitcom star, who has been trying to find his way through a muddle of self-loathing, whisky and failed relationships.
The all-star voice cast includes Arnett as BoJack Horseman, Aaron Paul as Todd Chavez, Amy Sedaris as Princess Carolyn, Alison Brie as Diane Nguyen and Paul F. Tompkins as Mr. Peanutbutter.
Netflix has made a slew of other announcements. ‘Longmire’ starts airing on 10 September in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Based on the novels by bestselling author Craig Johnson, the fourth season premiere of Longmire picks up moments after season three’s finale. Walt Longmire (series star Robert Taylor), having found out who was behind the murder of his wife, succumbs to his darker impulses and takes off in pursuit of the killer with murder on his mind.
Meanwhile, Branch Connally (Bailey Chase), the deputy who Walt fired for erratic, violent behaviour, believes he has already figured out who the real culprit is. But during his confrontation with this suspected killer, a gun goes off. Now the audience will finally learn what happened, and whether Walt can be stopped before he makes a fatal choice.
‘Master of None’ kicks off on 6 November. Based on the comedic viewpoints of Aziz Ansari, the show follows the personal and professional lives of Dev (Aziz Ansari), a 30-year-old actor in New York who has trouble deciding what he wants to eat, much less the pathway for the rest of his life. Ambitious, funny, cinematic, and both sweeping in scope and intensely personal, Dev’s story takes him through subjects as diverse as the plight of the elderly, the immigrant experience, and how to find the most delicious pasta for dinner.
‘Chelsea Does’, meanwhile, is a documentary film series consisting of four films that feature Chelsea Handler exploring topics of personal fascination: marriage, racism, technology and drugs. Her talk show for Netflix will launch in 2016.
In the fourth quarter, the sketch comedy series ‘With Bob and David’, starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, will air.