Netflix’s animated tragicomedy about the titular washed-up ‘90s sitcom star
voiced by Will Arnett, is back with a brand-new season.
Debuting on Friday, July 22, season three sees BoJack
navigating awards season as he promotes his role in the biopic Secretariat. The only problem is
that during season two, he flaked out on the set of the film and the director
replaced him with a CGI version. As it would turn out, the CGI version of
BoJack is a really good actor.
Joining this season is Angela Bassett, who voices "Oscar Whisperer" publicist Ana Spanikopita. She’s among the many A-list and funny
guest stars -- Daniel Radcliffe, Paul McCartney, Keegan-Michael Key and Lisa
Kudrow, among others -- that have become a secret ingredient of the show’s
success, as BoJack Horseman lampoons
Hollywood with meta glee.
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Constance Zimmer, Jeffrey Wright, Candice Bergen and
Diedrich Bader are among this season’s guests and cameos, joining the superb
cast featuring Arnett, Aaron Paul (Todd Chavez), Alison Brie (Diane Nguyen),
Paul F. Tompkins (Mr. Peanutbutter) and Amy Sedaris (Princess Carolyn).
Ahead of the return of BoJack
Horseman, ET jumped on the phone with creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg to
discuss the show’s amazing voice talent and how the team decide whether to get
a celebrity to play their animated namesake or a new character on the series.