15 stars from canceled Netflix shows: Where are they now?

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 30: Will Arnett attends “The BoJack Horseman” Finale Event, presented by Netflix, at The Egyptian Theatre on January 30, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Netflix)
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 30: Will Arnett attends “The BoJack Horseman” Finale Event, presented by Netflix, at The Egyptian Theatre on January 30, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Netflix) /

What is Will Arnett of BoJack Horseman and Flaked doing now?

As one of Hollywood’s kings of comedy, Will Arnett’s adult animation BoJack Horseman was praised for its realistic take on depression, trauma, addiction, self-destructive behavior, racism, sexism and sexuality. The series first premiered on Netflix in 2014 and became one of the canceled Netflix shows this last January.

With a total of 77 episodes over six seasons, BoJack Horseman was one of the few canceled Netflix shows this year that actually had some longevity in its streaming stride.

But, more recently, Arnett (who voiced for BoJack) has turned his focus from adult animation to children’s comedy with animated projects like The Lego Batman Movie 2–the plot and production details of which are still under wraps–and Paramount Animation’s latest, Rumble.

Staring Arnett with Geraldine Viswanathan, Ben Schwartz and Terry Crews, Rumble presents a world where monster wrestling is a globally-renowned sport and monsters are superstar athletes. Teenager Winnie (Viswanathan) aims to follow in the coaching footsteps of her father and train an underdog monster fighter to be a reigning champion.

But while monster Steve (Arnett) has plenty of heart, he’s lacking in pretty much everything else. Directed by Hamish Grieve, the animation is expected to release May of 2021.