Tuca & Bertie

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Tuca & Bertie
Tuca & Bertie Title Card.jpg
Genre
Created byLisa Hanawalt
Voices of
Theme music composerJesse Novak
ComposerJesse Novak
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes30 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Producers
Running time22–26 minutes
Production companies
DistributorTornante Productions, LLC
Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original network
Picture formatHDTV 1080p
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseMay 3, 2019 (2019-05-03) –
present (present)

Tuca & Bertie is an American adult animated sitcom created by cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt that began streaming on May 3, 2019 on Netflix.[1] It stars Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong, with a supporting cast including Steven Yeun, John Early, Richard E. Grant, and Reggie Watts.[2] The first season received positive reviews,[3][4] and was cited as one of the best shows of 2019 by several publications.[5][6] The show's central characters are two anthropomorphic female birds: Tuca the toucan and Bertie the song thrush. Episodes mainly focus on the two's relationships with each other and with their peers.

The series was canceled by Netflix after one season in July 2019.[7] In May 2020, Cartoon Network's nighttime Adult Swim programming block announced they ordered a second season of the series, which premiered on June 13, 2021.[8][9] In August 2021, the series was renewed for a third season which premiered on July 10, 2022.[10][11] Tuca & Bertie has received largely positive critical reception for its portrayal of adulthood and friendship-driven themes, as well as its humor and art style.

Premise[edit]

The show's title characters, Tuca Toucan (left) and Roberta "Bertie" Songthrush (right)

The show's title characters are two anthropomorphic birds who are friends living in the same apartment complex, Tuca Toucan (voiced by Tiffany Haddish) and Roberta "Bertie" Songthrush (voiced by Ali Wong).[12] Tuca is a toco toucan with an impulsive personality, while Bertie is a nervous and career-minded song thrush. At the start of the series, Tuca has just ceased drinking alcohol. To support herself, she often relies on various odd jobs for financial gain. At the same time, Bertie works at an office called Conde Nest while also holding an apprentice job at a bakery. The series' main plot lines focuses on the protagonists' friendship and their struggles in adulthood, touching on themes such as alcoholism and sexual abuse.

Many of Tuca's plot lines involve her wealthy aunt Tallulah (voiced by Jenifer Lewis). Other relationships of hers vary from episode to episode. Bertie's main love interest is her boyfriend Speckle (voiced by Steven Yeun), an American robin who is an architect. In the first season, Bertie serves as an apprentice at a bakery owned by Pastry Pete (voiced by Reggie Watts), an emperor penguin. Bertie's work place also includes a number of her co-workers such as her boss, Holland (voiced by Richard E. Grant), who is a blue jay. Neighbors in Tuca and Bertie's apartment complex include Draca (voiced by Shamir), an anthropomorphic houseplant, and Dapper T. Dog (voiced by John Early), a flamboyant dog.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Tiffany Haddish as Tuca Toucan, a toco toucan, Bertie's impulsive and newly sober best friend who works odd jobs and often relies on her wealthy Aunt Tallulah for financial support.
  • Ali Wong as Roberta "Bertie" Songthrush, a song thrush, Tuca's career-minded best friend, a senior operations analyst (previously a data processor) at Conde Nest, and aspiring baker.
  • Steven Yeun as Speckle, a robin, Bertie's strait-laced architect boyfriend.

Recurring[edit]

  • Nicole Byer as various voices including Speckle's grandmother Gamby the ghost cake; Bertie's file cabinet; lady in the bathroom at Bertie's office.
  • Richard E. Grant as Holland, Bertie's well-meaning but oblivious blue jay boss at Conde Nest.
  • John Early as Dirk, Bertie's lecherous, previously misogynistic rooster co-worker at Conde Nest and as Dapper Dog, a dog.
  • Reggie Watts as Pastry Pete, an accomplished emperor penguin pastry chef that takes Bertie as an apprentice.
  • Shamir as "Draca", a house plant neighbor.
  • Jenifer Lewis as Aunt Tallulah Toucan, Tuca's rich aunt who has been supporting her financially.
  • Taraji P. Henson (first appearance) and Natasha Rothwell (second appearance) as Terry Toucan, Tuca's oldest sister.
  • Kate Berlant as the "Women Taking Up Space" Lady, a lizard.
  • Pamela Adlon as Dr. Joanne, Bertie's therapist.
  • Sasheer Zamata as Kara, a seagull nurse that becomes Tuca's girlfriend but later broke up due to Tuca standing up to herself of Kara's toxic personality.
  • Adam Conover as Big_Hairy_Stallion69 (aka Joel), a horse Tuca meets online in a virtual sex chat, who later becomes gaming buddies with Speckle.
  • Patti Harrison as Martha, a teenage cactus living in the same building as Tuca and Bertie.
  • Matthew Rhys as Figgy, Tuca's boyfriend whom she begins dating in Season 3, a fig tree.
  • Justina Machado as Chef Winter Garcia, a successful snack cake maker who hires Bertie in season 3

Guest stars[edit]

List of episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
110May 3, 2019 (2019-05-03)Netflix
210June 13, 2021 (2021-06-13)August 15, 2021 (2021-08-15)Adult Swim
310July 11, 2022 (2022-07-11)August 29, 2022 (2022-08-29)

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Tuca originated in Lisa Hanawalt's webcomic Tuca the Toucan which ran from 2013 to 2014.[15][16] On February 20, 2018, Netflix announced it had given the production a series order to consist of a first season of ten episodes. The series was created by Lisa Hanawalt who executive produced alongside Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Noel Bright, Steven A. Cohen, and Tiffany Haddish. Production companies involved in the series include The Tornante Company and ShadowMachine.[12][17][18] On March 14, 2019, Netflix announced that the series would premiere on May 3, and a first look featurette trailer was released.[1]

Casting[edit]

Alongside the initial series announcement, it was reported that Tiffany Haddish would voice the lead character of Tuca.[12] On May 7, 2018, it was announced that Ali Wong had been cast as the voice of Bertie.[19] In March 2019, it was announced Steven Yeun had been cast as a series regular, with Nicole Byer, Richard E. Grant, John Early, Reggie Watts, Tig Notaro, Amber Ruffin, Jermaine Fowler, and Tessa Thompson appearing in guest capacity.[20]

Cancellation and revival[edit]

Netflix announced the series cancellation on July 24, 2019. In a series of tweets responding to the news, Hanawalt expressed gratitude for the cast, crew, reviews, and fans.[21] Hanawalt and Haddish both expressed hope that the show could find a new home.[22][23]

The announcement of show's cancellation was met with a negative response. Within 24 hours of the cancellation, the Twitter hashtags #RenewTucaAndBertie and #SaveTucaAndBertie each received more than 10,000 tweets from users.[24] A Change.org petition to renew the show gained media attention and received 3,600 signatures in 24 hours.[21] Various news and lifestyle sites published columns lamenting the cancellation, while continuing to praise the show for its female representation, diverse cast, and handling of complex issues.[25][26][27][28] The cancellation was deemed to be "disappointing" and a "loss for television".[29][26]

The cancellation also led to criticism of Netflix's algorithm, highlighted by its failure to recommend the show to creator Hanawalt,[21][30] and at Netflix itself for prematurely canceling the series less than three months after its premiere, disallowing the show a chance to grow its audience.[31][32]

According to Hanawalt, several networks showed interest in picking up the show after its cancellation; however, she felt Adult Swim was the best home for the show to continue.[33] On May 22, 2020, it was announced that the series would be revived on Adult Swim in 2021,[8] making it the second Netflix original series to be revived coming off the cancellation of One Day at a Time in 2019.[34][35][36] The revival was named one of Indiewire's "Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2021".[37] On May 3, 2021, it was announced that the second season would premiere on June 13, 2021.[38] The second season ran for ten episodes.[39] The second season is available to stream on HBO Max on June 24, 2022.[40] On August 4, 2021, Adult Swim renewed the series for a third season.[10] The third season ran for ten episodes.

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Season 1[edit]

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the first seasons holds an approval rating of 98% based on 48 reviews, with an average rating of 8.2/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Tuca & Bertie skips right past BoJack Horseman's shadow with its chipper sensibility and madcap sight gags, bringing plenty of laughs as it addresses adulting anxiety and exalts the joys of friendship."[3] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 82 out of 100, based on 26 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[41]

In a positive review, Kate Abbott of The Guardian wrote that the show was "a chirpily realised world that stays true to its experimentalism - and its pleasures are consistent, if deliciously twisted, and very surreal indeed."[42] James Poniewozik of The New York Times, praised "Hanawalt's surreal vision, the anarchic fluidity of the landscape, the series's whimsically bending laws of both nature and physics." Critics praised the show's female-focused portrayal of trauma,[43] desire,[44] and friendship.[42] In a negative review, Brian Lowry of CNN wrote that the show did not stand out beyond similar adult animations on Adult Swim, declaring that the show was "strictly for the birds".[45] The show drew both praise and criticism for perceived similarities to Comedy Central's Broad City, due to both shows focusing on female friendship.[44][46]

Season 2[edit]

The second season has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 20 reviews, with an average rating of 8.29/10. The website's critical consensus states, "Tuca & Bertie's superb second season is as vivid and sparkling as the first, diving deeper into its dynamic leads without losing any of its singular humor."[47] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 87 out of 100, based on 9 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[48] In a positive review, Dan Feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter wrote "the show has become a savvy vehicle through which to explore repressed trauma, workplace sexism and what may be the most simultaneously nurturing and corrosive friendship on TV".[49] Melanie McFarland of Slate praised the show for demonstrating "that shows created in and for the female gaze are inclusive and appealing to everybody" and "reminding us of the many ways that animation tells multi-dimensional stories that speak to everybody, not just the guys".[50]

Season 3[edit]

The third season has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 9 reviews, with an average rating of 8.4/10.[51]

Awards and accolades[edit]

Upon release, The A.V. Club thought that the show was one of the best new shows of 2019,[52] with Vox naming Tuca & Bertie one of the "5 best TV Shows of May 2019".[53] The Huffington Post named it as 6th best show of 2019,[5] Indiewire named it as the 2nd best new show of 2019 and the 20th best show of the decade,[54][55] and TV Guide named it one of the best animated TV shows of the decade.[56] In addition, The A.V. Club named it the 18th best show of 2019 and Junkee placed it on an unranked list of the best TV of 2019.[6][57] Specific praise was given to the episode "The Jelly Lakes", with both Entertainment Weekly and The Hollywood Reporter naming it one of the best episodes of 2019.[58][59]

Tuca and Bertie was nominated for three awards, winning one, at the 47th Annie Awards, all for the episode "The Jelly Lakes".[60] It was nominated for Best General Audience Animated TV/Film and Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting (for Ali Wong), and Outstanding Achievement for Writing (for Shauna McGarry).[60] On January 25, 2020, McGarry won the Outstanding Achievement for Writing for "The Jelly Lakes".[61] The episode "Planteau" won the Animation category at the 74th Writers Guild of America Awards.[62][63]

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