25 Best TV Shows of 2015

From female superheroines to cyberpunk hackers, the year's small-screen highpoints

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11. 'Bojack Horseman' (Netflix)

Everybody's favorite cartoon horse who happens to be a self-loathing sitcom star and horrible-ish person, BoJack spent this season struggling for his big comeback role in the biopic of his hero Secretariat, a project that, like everything else, turns out to be a crushing disappointment. Raphael Bob-Waksberg's animated brainchild just keeps getting more inventive and more emotionally hardcore, as BoJack (voiced by Will Arnett) tries to make something of his life, with a little help from his feline ex Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), his human crush Diane (Alison Brie) and her dog husband Mr. Peanutbutter (Paul F. Tompkins), as well as the mysterious bearded runner dude who offers advice in that powerhouse final scene. Keep running up that hill, BoJack.

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