What if Broad City, but with lots more birds, zero people?
The hivemind behind Tuca & Bertie clearly knew the answer to that question if their animated comedy series about two 30-year-old bird women named — you guessed it! — Tuca (Tiffany Haddish) and Bertie (Ali Wong) is any indication.
The first trailer for Tuca & Bertie shows the titular twosome, who live in the same apartment building but have drastically different personalities, dealing with all manner of almost-middle-aged malaise, including cat-callers (who are, surprisingly, not cats), hip-thrusting insectoids, and gigantic sea crabs — you know, the usual.
The series was created by Lisa Hanawalt, who also serves as a producer and production designer on BoJack Horseman, and will feature the vocal talents of its leading comediennes alongside Steven Yeun, Tig Notaro, Tessa Thompson, Reggie Watts, Nicole Byer, Richard E. Grant, John Early, Amber Ruffin, and Jermaine Fowler, Tessa Thompson.
So, basically, if you've been suffering from a BoJack Horseman drought ahead of the show's upcoming sixth season or a Broad City famine post series finale, Tuca & Bertie will be here soon to offer a new spin on the same anthropomorphic animalia.
Tuca & Bertie debuts on Netflix on May 3.