BoJack Horseman Returns for More Horsing Around in Season 4 — But Has Anyone Seen the Horse Around?
BoJack Horseman, arguably the most popular talking-animal comedy on Netflix, returned Friday for its fourth season. And for most of the show’s anthropomorphic ensemble, it was monkey business as usual. READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
BoJack Horseman's (Alleged) Daughter Arrives in Season 4 Trailer — Watch
The only thing missing from BoJack Horseman‘s Season 4 trailer is… BoJack Horseman. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Writers Guild Awards: FX Wins Big With Atlanta, O.J. and The Americans
The 69th Annual Writers Guild Awards were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles and New York City, and FX walked away with four of the most coveted trophies. READ MORE
2016 in Review: The 10 Best Comedies
TVLine’s Year in Review continues by tending to some funny business. VIEW OUR PICKS!
TVLine Items: Hamilton's Drunk History Lesson, Bojack Renewed and More
Bottoms up, Lin-Manuel Miranda! The Hamilton creator will appear on Season 4 of Comedy Central’s Drunk History READ MORE
What to Watch: BoJack Horseman Rides Again, Degrassi No. 500 and More
On TV this Friday: BoJack Horseman gallops back to Netflix, Degrassi alumni return to celebrate 500 episodes and Girl Meets World travels to an infamous Boy Meets World vacation spot. READ MORE
BoJack Horseman Hits (a New) Rock Bottom in Season 3 Trailer
Now that he’s a “bonafide movie star,” BoJack Horseman is on top of the world in the first official trailer for the Netflix comedy’s upcoming third season. And you know what that means: It’s downward spiral time! READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Chicago Fire Promotes Newbie, BoJack Return Date and More
One of Chicago Fire‘s newest recruits is quickly moving up the ladder.
The NBC drama has promoted Miranda Rae Mayo (aka firefighter Stella Kidd) to series regular for Season 5 READ MORE
TVLine Items: Diane Keaton Joins HBO Drama, Lilyhammer Axed and More
Annie Hall is headed to The Vatican.
Oscar winner Diane Keaton has boarded The Young Pope, an eight-episode HBO drama series READ MORE
TVLine Items: Trailers for The Affair and BoJack, Miss USA Hosts Bail and More
“Do you honestly think that things just work out for the best? That true love conquers all?”
Showtime’s The Affair is posing a tough question in the first trailer for its upcoming second season. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO