This weekend, just as Big Mouth co-creators Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg were finishing a table read at Vulture Festival in Los Angeles, Netflix revealed on Saturday that the animated show will return for a third season. The announcement comes in the form of a video, which spotlights a montage of our favorite scenes from season two.
The show’s second season premiered on October 5, and featured an all-star vocal cast of John Mulaney, Maya Rudolph, Jenny Slate, Jordan Peele, and Jason Mantzoukas, alongside Kroll. While the third season’s return date hasn’t been disclosed, we already know that it’ll be full of antics from show characters Nick Birch, Andrew Glouberman, Jessi Klein, and their hormone monsters/monstresses. According to Vulture, season three will definitely premiere sometime next year.
Big Mouth initially premiered in September 2017, a surreal cartoon series that focuses on a different aspect of the journey through puberty. The semi-autobiographical story follows Nick (voiced by Kroll), Andrew (voiced by Mulaney), and their circle of friends, as they navigate the awkwardness that tends to take over during our teenage years. The show was such a hit that it was renewed for a second season in October 2017.