Animated Hit Returning To Tubi
People love seeing the world through their pet’s eyes. You can see it in everything from social media filters to movies like The Secret Life of Pets and Super Pets. But while we think of our pets as members of the family and in some cases like kids, how do our pets see us? That is a question tackled in Housebroken, an animated series whose second season will be streaming on Tubi. The show takes an irreverent look at human behavior through the lens of animals. The animals’ search for meaning often leads them on wild adventures, far away from the cushy confines of domestic pet life. Honey, a standard poodle, leads the group, encouraging them to confront their issues. The animals include Shel, a sex-positive tortoise with intimacy issues and a knack for choosing unconventional partners; Tabitha, an aging Persian cat beauty queen, trying to adjust to life off the cat show circuit; The Gray One, a street smart cat who lives with about 30 other cats and has his one eye on Tabitha; Chico, a chonky, co-dependent cat who is in an unhealthy relationship with his neglectful owner; Diablo, a sweater-wearing, anxious terrier with OCD tendencies; Max, a social-climbing Hollywood pig formerly owned by George Clooney; and Chief, a dopey St. Bernard who lives with Honey and enjoys tormenting squirrels and licking himself.
The comedy is produced by Kapital Entertainment and FOX Entertainment. It is created and executive-produced by Gabrielle Allan, Jennifer Crittenden and Clea DuVall. Sharon Horgan, Clelia Mountford, Aaron Kaplan and Dana Honor also serve as executive producers. The series is animated by Bento Box Entertainment.