This could be HUGE.
With BoJack Horseman already doing well for Comedy Central in the United States, Tornante Company is hoping they can see similar success in international markets by providing for the series being made available in 11 languages that will now be sold. If successful, this could bode well for other Netflix series looking to get a foothold in markets where the streaming service doesn’t have a foothold yet or in low bandwidth areas where watching on television still makes more sense from a technological point of view. With BoJack Horseman having JUST dropped its fifth season, there’s still a bunch of BoJack Horseman probably collecting digital dust that can be put to additional use.
A humanoid horse, BoJack Horseman — lost in a sea of self-loathing and booze — decides it’s time for a comeback. Once the star of a ’90s sitcom, in which he was the adoptive father of three orphaned kids (two girls and a boy). The show was the hottest thing around, then suddenly, was canceled. Now 18 years later, BoJack wants to regain his dignity. With the aid of a human sidekick and a feline ex-girlfriend who is his agent, he sets out to make it happen. But Hollywood is vastly different from those days, and getting used to stuff like Twitter may take some time. This first animated series from Netflix — with plenty of references to sex, drugs and alcohol — is not for the little ones.