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30 Netflix Shows You Can Binge-Watch Forever - Page 12 of 30 - Kiwi Report

30 Netflix Shows You Can Binge-Watch Forever


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[post_page_title]Bojack Horseman [/post_page_title]
If there was a cartoon that chronicled the retirement of Mr. Ed and his life as a Hollywood has-been, it would be Bojack Horseman. You see, Bojack used to be a big star back in the day and he’s washed up, broke, and has no purpose in life. Bojack Horseman has an existential undertone to it, which makes it a bit difficult to swallow sometimes. Similar to Louie, the cynical aspect of life rears its ugly head and makes you ask yourself, “what’s the point of it all?” The silver lining here – is that you have Bojack to help you figure out. People who will especially love this show: Will Arnett and Amy Sedaris fans. Enough said.
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