On Tuca & Bertie , the new Netflix series from the BoJack Horseman animator and production designer Lisa Hanawalt , the birds don't need bees. The show follows its titular friends—cartoon bird-women voiced by Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong, respectively—as the two navigate the familiar pitfalls of young adulthood: job troubles, assorted existential crises, and escalating libidos. The series, which is streaming now, is perhaps the most surreal addition to a slowly expanding range of television shows that explore female desire with a mix of humor , vulgarity , filth , and thoughtfulness . The series has earned natural comparisons to the Ilana Glazer– and Abbi Jacobson–led sitcom Broad City , but part of Tuca & Bertie 's charm is how the brightness of Hanawalt's animated world balances the mystifying and mundane circumstances her characters encounter. When Tuca and Bertie wrestle with their explorations of sexuality, they do so against an eccentric background. The two are, after all, avian creatures. And the irreverent show takes a playful approach to anatomy more broadly: There are bouncing breasts attached to buildings, "boob cannolis" behind pastry-shop glass displays, and braless plant-humans. Tuca & Bertie is as whimsical as it is amorous, a welcome… Read full this story
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