‘Big Mouth’ Season 2 Trailer: Those Hormone Monsters Are Back


Netflix has dropped the first trailer for the second season of animated series Big Mouth.

The gang is back, and they’re in peak adolescent mode, dealing with their raging hormones, body image, and all manner of baggage during this highly emotional period. The first season grabbed attention with its in-your-face humour and outrageous depiction of one of life’s most awkward stages, but carried with it a level of heart and knowing empathy that made it surprisingly compassionate. And yeah, it was freakin’ hilarious. Fingers crossed season 2 follows suit.

The next chapter bring back the regular cast members, including Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen and Jenny Slate, and adds Gina Rodriguez as the first girl at school to develop boobs and David Thewlis as The Hormone Monster’s mortal enemy, The Shame Wizard. Hell yeah.

Big Mouth season 2 will arrive on October 5.

Synopsis for Big Mouth season 2:

Season two of the critically-acclaimed and widely inappropriate series Big Mouth, returns on October 5th, picking up right where it left off, and 7th grade is even more embarrassing than ever. This season the gang is still grappling with all of the emotional baggage that comes with growing up. As their hormones continue to rage, they are confronted with the awkward realities of self-discovery, body image shame, birth control, and countless other excruciating adolescent moments.

Season two features returning players Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Maya Rudolph, Jason Mantzoukas, Jordan Peele, Fred Armisen, Jenny Slate and Jessi Klein. Joining the cast this season are Gina Rodriguez and David Thewlis. Rodriguez voices the character of Gina, who shakes up the social dynamics as the first girl at the middle school who has developed boobs. Thewlis portrays The Shame Wizard, The Hormone Monster’s mortal enemy who haunts the kids by stoking their deepest shame.



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