Netflix’s popular adult animated coming-of-age sitcom, Big Mouth, revolves around the lives of 7th-grade teenagers who are living through the awkward phase of puberty. The show showcases their struggles as they navigate through newly found puberty with obstacles like masturbation and sexual arousal, all in the Westchester County suburbs of New York.
This widely-known sitcom made its debut with the first ten episodes on the OTT platform Netflix on September 29, 2017, and it began its fifth season on November 5, 2021. According to the reports, in July 2019, Netflix has renewed the series through to a sixth season.
By its vast popularity and so far positive criticism, the show’s first installment has an approval rating of 100% based on 23 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, being nominated in many award categories and winning Primetime Emmy Award and Annie Award along with many other achievements.
Due to this, on October 3, 2019, an announcement was made by Netflix regarding his order for a spinoff series titled Human Resources at Big Mouth’s New York City Comic-Con panel. The synopsis of the series browses, ‘This series will take a look at the Hormone Monsters featured in Big Mouth. Each monster represents a character’s hormones and guides them through their emotional lives. The monsters will have their chance to shine in the spinoff series.’
Big Mouth star cast Kroll, Maya Rudolph, David Thewlis, who voiced the characters Nicholas Arsenio “Nick” Birch, Connie the Hormone Monstress, and Shame Wizard, respectively, will join the cast of spinoff along with series season 4 writer Brandon Kyle Goodman. With these artists, fans will also get to hear the voices of Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, and Keke Palmer.
The show will stream on Netflix on March 18, 2022. With the release date, the new cast members who will be lending their voices in the upcoming sitcom were also disclosed, and they include artists Rosie Perez, Jemaine Clement, Thandiwe Newton, Bobby Cannavale, Henry Winkler, and Maria Bamford.
The official trailer gave a small glimpse into the story that will look at the Hormone Monsters featured in Big Mouth. In the uploaded trailer, we get a glimpse of multiple random monsters walking on their way to what appears to be their way to work. The sign shown in the clip reads, Human Resources: We manage people. This series was pitched as “Big Mouth meets The Office.”
For further updates regarding this sitcom, stay tuned.