Netflix has released the trailer for their Big Mouth season 3 animated comedy series coming in October 2019.
In this first trailer of the third season opens up with a masturbation game. This show hosted by a talking female genitalia. They’re invited the characters to play the game “Do The Thing!” by their puberty monsters and bodies. Then they’re excited to another chapter of body changes, new feelings and a lot of touching, as well as a guest appears from the Queer Eye group.
Here’s the official synopsis from Big Mouth season 3:
In Season 3, Big Mouth focuses on what’s like to be going through puberty now. The show continues exploring human sexuality and everything around it, tackling issues such as cell phone addiction, female anger, the vast spectrum of sexuality, Adderall abuse, dick pics, toxic masculinity, and of course “how to have an orgasm.” As the end of seventh grade rapidly approaches, Thandie Newton shakes things up as Missy’s new Hormone Monstress, and Ali Wong joins the cast as a new student who makes everyone at Bridgeton Middle question their sexuality. The season culminates with a superhero showdown that brings long-simmering tensions to a head and tests even the strongest friendships.
The main voice cast also includes Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jenny Slate, and Jason Mantzoukas. Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, and Jennifer Flackett are all creators on the series.
However, one of the creators Andrew Goldberg talks about new season:
We do some rewriting at the art and animation phase. But the show is mostly pretty set. We’re still fixing things that don’t quite work or changing things that don’t quite look right, but we’re into it. When we first started, we were constantly worrying about whether we would have enough stories to tell. But so far, rather than scraping for ideas, we’re finding that we can’t do everything we want to do in a season. Some things we have to save for a season 4 for beyond.
Big Mouth season 3 will screen on Netflix on October 4th.
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