Catch up on “BoJack Horseman” before Season 4 begins. And explore the Chernobyl explosion site in a new season of “Mysteries of the Abandoned.”
BOJACK HORSEMAN on Netflix. Season 3 of this cheeky animated series ended with new beginnings for several characters: Mr. Peanutbutter (voiced by Paul F. Tompkins), a talking dog and a former star, was asked to run for governor of California. Diane (Alison Brie), BoJack’s crush, took a job as a writer for a feminist blog. And Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris), a cat who is also BoJack’s agent, dipped her toes into the waters of management. The path for the title character, a washed-up sitcom star voiced by Will Arnett, was unclear — but he may or may not have a teenage daughter. Catch up on these developments before Season 4 begins streaming on Sept. 8.
DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE (2011) on Cennarium. The British comedian John Oliver hosts as Marc Maron, of the “WTF” podcast; Colin Quinn, formerly of “Saturday Night Live”; and others take jabs at American politics and culture in this stand-up special.
THE MUSIC ROOM (1958) on iTunes and FilmStruck. The Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray lamented the loss of his nation’s traditional way of life with this slow-moving drama. The film centers on a stubborn aristocrat (Chhabi Biswas) who has lost everything in his lonely palace, save for one source of joy he clings to so dearly: a grandiose music room where he hosts expensive concerts. “Mr. Ray has made his picture speak a stately and haunting threnody for the noble tradition of music in the cultural life of India in the past,” Bosley Crowther wrote in The New York Times, adding that the music room “is the obvious symbolization of a richness and beauty that are gone.”
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BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) 8 p.m. on Flix; also streaming on iTunes and Amazon. Two sheepherders, Ennis Del Mar (Heath Ledger) and Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal), fall in love while working on a Wyoming mountain in 1963, sparking a 20-year affair that persists after they both marry and raise families. Based on a short story by Annie Proulx, this…