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‘Breaking Bad’s’ Aaron Paul to star in new Netflix comedy

‘Breaking Bad’s’ Aaron Paul to star in new Netflix comedy

FROM 'BREAKING BAD' TO 'BOJACK:' Aaron Paul, is seen at the trophy table at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards at Nokia Theatre on Sunday Sept. 22, in Los Angeles. Photo: Associated Press/Matt Sayles/Invision

“Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul will lend his voice to a new animated comedy series for online steaming service Netflix.

Will Arnett and Amy Sedaris will also voice characters in Bojack Horseman, A Tale of Fear, Loathing and Animals, a cartoon about the life of a washed-up TV horse.

Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos says, “Bojack Horseman is a brutally funny and unique take on what can happen after pop stardom. Raphael (Bob-Waksberg, series creator) has created an amazing set of characters voiced by some of the best comics and actors in the world.”

The 12-episode series is due to launch internationally on Netflix next year.

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