Has anyone watched 'Bojack Horseman' on Netflix? It's a new animated series that Netflix has produced. Will Arnett provides the voice of the lead character. Bojack was the star of a hit television series in the 90s which was in the vein of 'Full House' and 'Charles in Charge.' Now, it's 20 years later, and he is a depressed alcoholic. He is an anthropomorphic horse, and the show features many anthropomorphic animals who co-exist with humans. It takes place in a Hollywood which is only slightly more exaggerated than our own, and frequently acts as a critique of our celebrity-obsessed culture. The animation is well done, and while much of the humor isn't exactly laugh-out-loud, it is often poignant. I'm about halfway through the series now, and I'm enjoying it. The plots and story-lines continue throughout the series which makes for a deeper experience than most animated series offer.