Ever since I watched RIck and Morty, I wanted to catch more of the animated tv shows. One thing that is obvious is that you can show/do anything in an animated show, because it does not need sets or anything. The true imaginations can be visualized in a every way possible! Same was done with Rick and Morty. It was a gem. I'm waiting for its next season. More on that later.
Lets talk about Bojack Horseman. The first episode was so so. The only reason I started watching was that I needed something to watch everyday while I travel to my work. It takes roughly 50 minutes by local train so 25 minutes of any good funny TV show would do. The jokes are new and inventive! You can really use some of the stuff in real world and amaze people. Bojack voiced by Will Arnett is the star of the show. No one in the world could have done a better job than Arnett. You really have to watch and experience it yourself. Some of the scenes that include ridiculous situations and a ridiculous guy in those situations. That guy is Todd Chavez (Aaron Paul). Boy is he stupid and lovable! Another such character was Mr. Peanutbutter (A Dog). The good dog. What a goof he is! I love him more than Bojack. There is a cat as well. Princess Carolyn. She impresses as well.
The show has a world where animals and human co exist. Little jokes where a cow is a waitress and when one character asks for milk, you know what she does! I mean this may seem crass to some people but I loved it. They have captured essence of all the animals and made them talk and enact.
If you want "new". This is the show. There is one entire episode which is underwater and no one talks. One more episode is where Bojack talks for about 25 minutes and never loses you! There are many more innovative episodes!
The character progression. No one is stagnated. All have arcs. All have their motivations. Among them is our star Bojack. I don't want to spoil anything but just watch him go! The other show which is better or comparable in that manner is The Breaking Bad. There I said it. It's that great.
I would rate it 9/10.