>>91409843>And none of the characters in Bojack have that problem?
Not really, none of the characters are cartoonishly evil mustache twirlers in the way Clay was, sure he was given some back-story that was well written but it didn't really justify how over-the-top his character was, and I just couldn't take him seriously. I think if in the third season, we saw a scene where Clay rapes a baby, at that point, I would have just thought "Sure, why not". The characters in Bojack for the most part feel at least realistic and act reasonably.>Bojack received more attention and accolades in its first year than Orel ever has. Bojack also had more viewers. Bojack is practically mainstream while Orel is a cult within a cult, it isn't even a success on Adult Swim.
That isn't really the fault of either show, sometimes great shows become popular and get the attention they deserve, and sometimes they go by unnoticed, it's pretty much a written rule for animated shows for a target audience of above 15 that isn't Family Guy, there's a huge list of great shows that were just never fully appreciated and I'm surprised that Bojack is getting enough attention. At least on /co/ Moral Orel has its share of fans who give it plenty of praise, I wouldn't have watched the show if I hadn't heard so much about it from here, and after the few episodes I had caught beforehand just seemed like the typical "Let's make fun of Christians" brand of "edgy" humour people thought was rebellious in the mid-2000s that I don't think ever was and fortunately Moral Orel was able to overcome.