'Big Mouth' Season Three Has Been Confirmed By Netflix
Good news, everybody - season three of Big Mouth has been confirmed.
Yup, although season two only landed in early October, now Netflix has revealed that a third season is in the works, so we'll get to see even more of Nick, Andrew and Coach Steve.
The show, which first aired in 2017, pretty much became an instant cult hit, racking up an impressive 8.1 on IMDB and an unbeatable 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes; not to mention critical acclaim and even a couple of awards.
Fans are already pretty bloody delighted with the news:
Cool! Next week? That's how long it takes to produce an animated series, right?- Ben W (@benw9000) November 17, 2018
The dance I'm doing :grin::grin::grin: pic.twitter.com/CNJdYNbmNh- Emma (@CraveAdoration) November 18, 2018
Big mouth is coming out with a season 3 next year and that's all that really matters- cASSie (@cassie__lawless) November 18, 2018
Speaking about the show the creative team have said they draw on their own teenage experiences to come up with ideas - with Nick and Andrew loosely based on Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg, who created the show alongside Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett.
"My hope is that people can watch this as a little bit of catharsis of what they were like and how far they've come," he said.
Although we don't know plot details yet, it's probably a pretty safe bet to assume there's plenty more cringe-inducing moments to look forward to, surreal plot lines and a lot of laughs.
Speaking about how they go about hiring new writers, Levin revealed to a PalyeyFest panel: "Whenever we interviewed a writer for the show we'd always say, 'Tell us about what it was like when you had your first period, or what it was like when you were caught masturbating'.
"That was the litmus test because they had to be able to freely open up. We made the room a really safe place where everyone could talk about that."
A date hasn't yet been confirmed for the new series, but we'll let you know as soon as we do.
The first two seasons are available to stream on Netflix now, so what are you waiting for?
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