The winner will take a tour of the Los Angeles studio, where the animated series is created, and allow you to come up with your own character for the show.
The creator of the animated series “BoJack Horseman” Raphael Bob-Waksberg will play out among fans the opportunity to become a secondary character in the show, writes Vice. The action takes place as part of a charity campaign to raise funds for victims of the California forest fires, whose victims since November 2018 have been more than 80 people.
To participate in the contest, you need to transfer any amount over $10 to the California Fund to help victims of forest fires. The winner will receive a trip to Los Angeles, a tour of the studio and a meeting with the team of the BoJack Horseman, which will create a character. This may be the person himself, his pet or any other animal.
“A piece of your soul will always be in our show–and you can’t get it back!” Said Bob-Waksberg. The competition will end on January 31, 2019.
“BoJack Horseman” is a popular animated series appearing on the Netflix streaming service. It talks about the anthropomorphic horse BoJack–a former celebrity with alcohol addiction.