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'Big Mouth' Season 2 Officially Drops On Netflix Tomorrow

'Big Mouth' Season 2 Officially Drops On Netflix Tomorrow

We've hit October and Halloween is fast approaching, so you'd expect Netflix to be ramping up its horror content as we prep for the season of all things scary. Luckily it's also giving us some binge-worthy (and cringeworthy) comedy as season 2 of Big Mouth is set to drop tomorrow.

Big Mouth is the quirky adult cartoon brought to life by IRL best friends Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg, starring the animated pre-teen duo of Nick Birch and Andrew Glouberman.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

Whether you're a total newbie to the show or a veteran who loved season one, you'll no doubt be expecting something good thanks to the duo of Kroll - who starred in The Kroll Show and as Rodney Ruxin in The League - and Goldberg - best known for being a writer on Family Guy.

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As with other 'comedy of cringe' shows like The Office and I'm Alan Partridge, it's the sort of show that'll leave you shouting 'you can't do that' at the TV - but here the series centres on teens going through the awkward experience of puberty.

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Season one ended as Andrew - the taller, ganglier of the two main characters - found himself with a broken heart and in a spot of legal trouble, having been arrested in connection with a murder. It appears the body had been dumped in a dumpster that had also been the receptacle for a pair of socks he'd used in - shall we say - an intimate way.

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So what can we expect from season two? Well, like real puberty we can expect, growth, change and a fair bit of confusion - except in the case of the Netflix series this is a comedic good kind.

It's said to shift focus from Andrew to Nick. It's going to tackle loads: breast development, the dubious concept of 'friend-zoning' and even kids experimenting with drugs.

The trailer even hints at the tale of one lonesome pubic hair that's lost - really Big Mouth is kicking it up a gear when it comes to tackling all issues that teens go through.

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Credit: Netflix
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Each character's 'hormone monster' - oh yeah, that's a thing - will have even a bigger part to play than in the first series, always remaining on hand to give the youngsters advice. You'll note we didn't necessarily say 'good advice'.

Big Mouth season two is set to drop on Netflix on 5 October - definitely one to watch over the weekend and grit your teeth as you reminisce on your own teenage days.

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Rachael Grealish

Rachael is a NCTJ qualified journalist from West Cumbria, with a passion for news, features and journalism. Outside of work Rachael loves plenty of coffee, running and reading.