Big Mouth: Nick Kroll-Andrew Goldberg's adult animated comedy series renewed by Netflix for three seasons

The third season of Big Mouth, which is currently under production, will premiere later this year.

FP Staff July 28, 2019 09:46:15 IST
Big Mouth: Nick Kroll-Andrew Goldberg's adult animated comedy series renewed by Netflix for three seasons

Animated series Big Mouth has received a three-season renewal from Netflix. The renewal will take the comedy show through a sixth season.

Check out the official announcement here

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix has also signed a deal with the show's creative team to develop more animated projects for the streaming service. Creators Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett under their production company Brutus Pink have signed a multi-year deal to produce adult animated content for Netflix.

"Big Mouth brilliantly captures the most awkward phase in a person's life puberty in a hilarious yet heartwarming way. We couldn't be more excited to continue our relationship with Brutus Pink and bring more stories, more humor and more hormones to Netflix members around the world" said Mike Moon, head of adult animation for Netflix.

The third season of Big Mouth, which is currently under production, will premiere later this year.

(With inputs from Press Trust of India)

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