It's Bruno, a Netflix comedy about the adventures of a man and his puggle..
It's Bruno is a new Netflix comedy about an adorable little dog named Bruno, his faithful owner, Malcolm and their daily adventures in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood. This new comedy features lots of little dogs, too.
The show focuses on the little things dog lovers can obsess over, like who has the better-trained dog, the fear of strangers petting your dog and people who don't pick up after their dog. If you love dogs, you may want to give this show a look.
It's Bruno was created by Solvan "Slick" Naim, a talented writer, director, actor and musician. Naim also stars in, writes and directs the show for Netflix.
When asked to describe the new show, Naim said, “It’s a comedy about a love story between a man and his dog in the quirky neighborhood of Bushwick. I was always a fan of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm; it’s like that but with dogs in the hood,”
Bruno, a rescued puggle (a pug / beagle mix) is Naim's real dog. Naim also owns two other small dogs, Bella and Angie, who also appear regularly in the show.
The new eight-episode series scores a 7.7 rating in IMDB. Busy pet parents will be happy to know each episode is only 15 minutes long so it won't interfere with your own dog walks and playtime.
You can follow Bruno's real-life adventures on his entertaining Instagram account.
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