Netflix renews 'BoJack Horseman,' sets 'Longmire' premiere
BoJack Horseman will ride again. Netflix has renewed the adult animated comedy, while also setting premiere dates for a number of its other projects.
Horseman, which boasts an all-star voice cast that includes Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Amy Sedaris, will return for a 12-episode third season in 2016.
Meanwhile, the streaming service also set premiere dates for Longmire and Aziz Ansari’s new series Master of None. Longmire, which was picked up by Netflix after A&E canceled the show, will debut its 10-episode fourth season on Thursday, Sept. 10. Picking up moments after the season 3 finale, the drama finds Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) on the hunt for his wife’s killer.
Based on the comedic viewpoints of the Parks and Recreation alum, Ansari’s Master of None follows the personal and professional life of Dev (Ansari), who has trouble deciding what he wants to eat, much less the pathway for the rest of his life. The series, which will bow Friday, Nov. 6, hails from Alan Yang, Mike Schur, Dave Becky and David Miner.
Netflix also has a variety of projects coming later this year, including the four-episode sketch comedy series With Bob and David, which stars Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the final season of Hemlock Grove, and Sofia Coppola’s A Very Murray Christmas, which stars Bill Murray, George Clooney, Paul Shaffer, Amy Poehler, Julie White, Dimitri Dimitrov, Michael Cera, Chris Rock, David Johansen, Maya Rudolph, Jason Schwartzman, Jenny Lewis, Phoenix, Frederic Moulin, Rashida Jones, Miley Cyrus, and others.
The service will also debut the original documentary Keith Richards: Under the Influence on Sept. 18. Hailing from Oscar winning director Morgan Neville, the project takes a look at the sounds and influences of the rock and roll icon as he creates his first solo album in 23 years.
Also on deck for 2016 is the documentary film Chelsea Does, which is comprised of four films that feature Chelsea Handler exploring a variety of topics that include marriage, racism, technology and drugs.