Big Mouth season 3 is coming soon, so stay up to date on all the latest news and predictions!
Did you hear!? Not only did Big Mouth get renewed for season 3, but Netflix also guaranteed them three additional seasons, too! This bodes well for everyone who can’t get enough of the adult animated comedy.
Big Mouth season 2 was bigger, better, and bolder than its freshman outing, and despite the fact that the Valentine’s Day episode didn’t land quite as well, there’s a lot of anticipation for what’s next.
With hits like “The Planned Parenthood Show” already under their belt, the creative team has a lot to live up to in season 3 (and beyond). Luckily, there’s plenty of room to go in a multitude of different directions (give us more of the Department of Puberty, dammit!).
Here’s everything we know about Big Mouth season 3 so far, in addition to what we think could happen in Big Mouth seasons 4, 5, and 6. We’ll update this article as we learn more information!
‘Big Mouth’ season 3 premiere date
Big Mouth season 3 was announced in November 2018, with a projected release date sometime in 2019. While season 1 premiered in September 2017, season 3 hit Netflix in October 2018. This means we can mostly likely expect the Big Mouth season 3 release date to be between September and October 2019.
Barring any major delays or adjustments to the schedule, that means we’ll at least be getting some Big Mouth on our screens through Fall 2022, when season 6 finally lands.
‘Big Mouth’ season 3 trailer
As of right now, we do not have a Big Mouth season 3 trailer, but considering the show should be returning in the next couple of months, it’s only a matter of time!
For now, here’s the season 3 announcement, which unfortunately only has footage from previous episodes:
— Big Mouth (@bigmouth) November 17, 2018
You can also enjoy Nick Kroll responding to Big Mouth’s giant renewal news!
oh my godddddd. three more seasons??!! pic.twitter.com/GrPQiR4ScI
— Big Mouth (@bigmouth) July 26, 2019
Once an actual trailer drops, we’ll add it here!
‘Big Mouth’ season 3 plot wishlist
Big Mouth’s “My Furry Valentine” was the last time we saw our favorite characters on screen. Jessi struggled with her mom’s love life, while Nick had to come to terms with Connie as his Hormone Monstress. Both Andrew and Jay had a lot of trouble in the love department, and things certainly got messy. Meanwhile, Matthew happened upon another gay boy and DeVon proposed to Devin.
If you weren’t already watching this show, then that description alone would be enough to confirm how crazy this series already is.
But what about Big Mouth season 3? What other plot points and character development do we want to see coming up?
One of the strongest aspects of the series is its feminist agenda, and I love seeing that come through characters like Jessi and Missy. It’d be great if they developed a deeper friendship and kept educating the boys on the proper way to treat the women in their lives.
Nick and Andrew are always going to be making mistakes left and right, but they have a lot of heart, and that’s their saving grace. Nick seems to be coming into his own these days, and I’d love to explore his more sensitive and emotional side. Andrew’s arc in “My Furry Valentine” didn’t sit well with me, so I hope he’s learned his lesson when it comes to his relationship with Missy and continues to grow and mature.
Jay was the breakout character of this special episode, and though he’s typically on the bottom of my list of favorites, I was impressed with the direction in which the creators chose to take him. I want to see him explore his sexuality, not only to come to terms with it himself, but also so the other characters can be exposed to someone who’s different from them.
I can’t say I care much about Coach Steve, but it would be nice to see what he’s getting up to these days. He’s great for comic relief, but I’d like to see him have a more substantial storyline. If I can come to care about Jay, I feel like this show can make me care about Coach Steve, too.
Oh, and let’s not forget about Connie, Maury, and the other monsters we saw in the Department of Puberty. I can’t wait to see this world expand even further, and now we have a guaranteed four more seasons to explore every inch of it.
‘Big Mouth’ season 3 cast
The Big Mouth season 3 cast includes:
- Nick Kroll as Nick Birch, Maurice the Hormone Monster, Coach Steve, Rick the Hormone Monster, Lola, and the Jansen Twins, among others
- John Mulaney as Andrew Glouberman, among others
- Jessi Klein as Jessi Glaser
- Jason Mantzoukas as Jay Bilzerian, among others
- Jenny Slate as Missy Foreman-Greenwald, among others
- Fred Armisen as Elliot Birch, among others
- Maya Rudolph as Connie the Hormone Monstress, Diane Birch, and others
- Jordan Peele as the Ghost of Duke Ellington, Featuring Ludacris, and others
Some other recurring voices have included Gina Rodriguez as Gina Alvarez, David Thewlis as the Shame Wizard, Kat Dennings as Leah Birch, Kristen Bell as Pam, Chelsea Peretti as Monica Foreman-Greenwald, and Nathan Fillion as himself, just to name a few.
If any other actors join the Big Mouth season 3 cast, we’ll be sure to add the announcements here!
What are you most looking forward to in ‘Big Mouth’ season 3?
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