Netflix Original Big Mouth season 2 only dropped last month but if, like the rest of us, you can get enough of Nick, Andrew and friends’ awkward meandering through puberty then you’re probably wondering: where’s season 3?
Will there be another season of Big Mouth?
Yes! Netflix revealed in mid-November that the series would be returning for a third season.
When can we expect season 3?
We’ve been told it’ll return in 2019, but we’ve not been given a specific date. However, if Netflix keep up the trend of the past two seasons (season one was September 2017, and season two October 2018) then we can expect season 3 in Autumn 2019.
What about the cast, who’s returning?
The entire cast is set to return! This means co-creator Nick Kroll will return as the lead of Nick Birch. Kroll also voices The Hormone Monster, Coach Steve and Lola, so we can expect to see more of them.
John Mulaney (who voices Andrew Glouberman as well as other characters including Grandpa Andrew and Babe the Blue Ox), Jessi Klein (Jessi Glaser), Jenny Slate (Missey Foreman-Greenwald) and Jason Mantzoukas (Jay Bilzerian).
Season 2 ended with the reveal of Nick’s imaginary puberty demon, we could expect Maya Rudolph to return as the Hormone Monstress as, after all, no one says ‘bubble bath’ quite as fabulously as her.
Any trailers for season 3?
What can we expect in season 3?
Season 2 covered topics such as female empowerment (the ‘I Love My Body’ song), mental health (The Department of Puberty) and even dedicated a whole episode to Planned Parenthood, so we can expect more of the same hilariously honest storylines.
Creator Nick Kroll said in a recent interview with Gothamist: “this is a show about puberty, but it’s also a show about human sexuality, and there’s so many different facets to that. So I think we’re interested in examining different kinds of experiences from different perspectives.”
Adding: “There’s such a broad range of things that happen to kids and adults as they figure out their bodies and try to understand their sexuality, and there are just so many issues around what it’s like to be an adolescent and teen. It’s not just about jerking off and getting your period, it’s about so many other kinds of relationships and complications.”
Words: Ellie Desborough