'Human Resources' will be all about those devilish hormone monsters and their work-based antics.
The 'Big Mouth' spin-off series will be entitled 'Human Resources' and will feature a stellar voice cast joining the ranks of Maya Rudolph and Nick Kroll.
Announced back in 2019, the series will be a workplace comedy following the beloved Hormone Monsters who feature prominently in the main animation. Maury and Connie - voiced by Kroll and Rudolph - will be reprising their roles, as will David Thewlis who voices the Shame Wizard.
'Saturday Night Live' actor Aidy Bryant will also join the series, as will Randall Park from 'WandaVision' and Fresh Off the Boat', and Keke Palmer from 'Scream Queens' and 'Hustlers'. Brandon Kyle Goodman from 'Feel the Beat' and 'Modern Love' will also join the cast.
The same creative team of Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett, and Kelly Galuska will be back for this 'Big Mouth' spin-off, which does not have a release date on Netflix as of yet.
There are currently four seasons of 'Big Mouth' on Netflix, the latest of which arrived late in 2020. The series follows the side-splitting lives of a group of pubescent teens, who are influenced by their own Hormone Monster who gives them varying levels of advice. The series also included a number of other characters who appear to the teens, such as Jean Smart's Depression Kitty and Tito the Anxiety Mosquito who was voiced by Maria Bamford in season four.