Human Resources: Netflix release date for Big Mouth spinoff, cast with Aidy Bryant and Nick Kroll, and trailer

Aidy Bryant stars in Human Resources, a new spin-off of popular Netflix comedy Big Mouth.

Human Resources, a spin-off of the popular animated comedy Big Mouth, is coming to Netflix on Friday 18 March.

The series focuses on the “hormone monsters” from Big Mouth, and stars Maya Rudolph, David Thewlis, and Aidy Bryant amongst others.

Here’s everything you need to know about Human Resources.

What is it about?

It’s about hormone monsters – little creatures that guide teenagers through puberty. Imagine something like the Numbskulls except it’s a lot crasser, basically.

Human Resources sees the hormone monsters away from the teenage stars of Big Mouth, and looks specifically at the workplace of the hormone monsters. It introduces a new character played by Aidy Bryant, a lovebug assigned her first client.

Who stars in the cast?

Aidy Bryant plays Emmy, a lovebug assigned her first client. Bryant is best known for appearing on Saturday Night Live, but she’s also written and starred in her own sitcom Shrill (alongside Lolly Adefope and John Cameron Mitchell).

Nick Kroll appears as Maury, a hormone monster for boys, while Maya Rudolph plays Connie, a hormone monster for girls. Both of them have previously appeared in Big Mouth.

The rest of the cast includes David Thewlis (Landscapers), Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat), Keke Palmer (sorry to this woman but I have no idea who she is) and Pamela Adlon (Recess) amongst others.

Human Resources, much like Big Mouth before it, attracts a surprising number of big-name stars. Guest voices appearing throughout the series include Helen Mirren, Lupita Nyong’o, Chris O’Dowd, Harvey Guillén, Janelle Monáe, Mike Birbiglia, Tim Robinson, Hugh Jackman and Ali Wong.

Is there a trailer?

Yes, there is. You can see the animated oddity right here.

When and where can I watch it?

You can watch Human Resources on Netflix on Friday 18 March.

All previous series of Big Mouth – featuring many of the same characters – are also available to stream on Netflix as well.

How many episodes is Human Resources?

Human Resources is ten episodes in total.

Why is it that all animated shows look like that now?

It’s to do with the ease of production, basically, it’s an easy art style to maintain a high turnover rate with.

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