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Will Arnett, Aaron Paul Star In Animated Netflix Series About A Whiskey-Chugging Horse
Are you missing your favorite actors from Arrested Development and Breaking Bad? Well, a new original show on Netflix might make you a little giddy, and maybe neigh a little.
BoJack Horseman is an animated show premiering mid-2014 on the streaming service that will feature the voices of Arrested Development's Will Arnett and Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul, according to Variety. Arnett portrays a self-loathing, boozehound horse trying to break back in the Hollywood business with Paul as his human sidekick. On top of that, Amy Sedaris lends her voice to the horse's feline ex-girlfriend.
BoJack Horseman joins the ranks of Netflix's original programming including House of Cards and Orange is the New Black.
Hey, maybe Paul, who is also an executive producer on the show along with Arnett, was hinting at the whiskey-chugging horse when he tweeted this yesterday:
But the show's designer Lisa Hanawalt summed it up best when she tweeted:
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