Netflix Drops Teaser for 'Big Mouth' Spin-Off


| LAST UPDATE 01/18/2022

By Kayla Black
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If you're like us, chances are that you've binged all five seasons of Big Mouth on more than one occasion. It seems like the months we spend waiting for a new season last an eternity only to rip through the episodes in a flash. But we've got amazing news for all the die-hard Big Mouth fans out there - there's a spin-off coming our way, and Netflix was kind enough to throw a little teaser our way! Keep scrolling.

The highly anticipated adult cartoon comedy titled Human Resources will "pull back the curtain on the creatures" we've come to love. "Hormone Monsters, Shame Wizards and more - that help humans journey through life," as Netflix teased. That's right, the fan-favorite creatures that added the oh-so-colorful commentary in Big Mouth are getting their turn in the spotlight, and we can't wait to see what will be in store for the show's first season. But if it's anything like the original Netflix comedy show, we know we're in for a crude and hilarious treat. And thanks to some familiar faces serving as creators, we can expect the same level of comedic gold.

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Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett, and Kelly Galuska will be bringing their respective writing, directing, and producing talents to the new show. And with two Emmy wins under their belt from 2021 alone, we can expect a great deal of buzz surrounding this latest Netflix project. But enough about the details - let's get to the teaser that's got comedy lovers around the world talking up a storm!

The promo (above) kicks off imitating an actual HR company, but then takes a sharp turn to LOL-territory by introducing the creatures "who make humans... human." And yes, that includes all things "loving, logical, horny, humiliated, and beyond." And while the clip ran for less than a minute, there was more than enough content to get us excited for its March 18th release on Netflix - so you can consider our calendars marked. Now, you know the drill: be sure to check back soon as we keep you posted on all things comedy and entertainment!

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