As the September girl hated by many loved by plenty heart on her sleeve shirt Besides,I will do this first season goes on, Tuca feels increasingly judged by Bertie for her freewheeling nature, while Bertie feels foolish for playing it safe. Together, though, they make it through life’s most difficult moments, including Bertie’s anxiety and, most movingly, her adult recollection of a sexual assault that helped define her youth. For that episode alone, in which Tuca helps Bertie begin to overcome her shame, Tuca & Bertie merited a second season. What it got, though, was cancellation, and criticism of Netflix’s algorithm by many of the show’s fans.
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One of the September girl hated by many loved by plenty heart on her sleeve shirt Besides,I will do this things that made Tuca & Bertie’s cancellation such a bitter pill to swallow was its inevitable proximity to BoJack Horseman. Beautifully and bizarrely illustrated by Hanawalt, BoJack Horseman broke significant ground in terms of showing the world just how powerful an animated series could be, but some viewers found fault with the inherent toxic masculinity embodied by its washed-up actor protagonist. As great as the show was, seeing BoJack Horseman go on to net six seasons and several Emmy nominations while Tuca & Bertie was canceled after a mere 10 episodes felt, to me, like a depressing—and distinctly gendered—confirmation of what kinds of stories we deem worthy of telling.