Like "Bojack Horseman," the show looks directly at sadness in the brightest city in the country.
As Bojack goes awol, the women of Hollywoo face a series of painful challenges.
United by a love of sarcasm, two friends take on a regressive world in the show's third season.
David Lynch wanted to create a small-town Marilyn Monroe. He came up with Laura Palmer.
The finale showed women who wanted more, uniting to fight for their land.