The primary trailer for ‘Massive Mouth’ season four options Seth Rogen, John Oliver and Literal Pepperoni Nipples
Netflix introduced the first Big mouth Season four trailers and the popular animated series haven’t lost a step. The pre-teens at the center of this hormone-driven series will camp in season 4 and with the camp they bring a lot of contact, nature and fear. The latter emotion manifests itself in the form of a new monster for this new season, Tito the Mosquito, who specializes in fear. Tito is voiced by the comedian Maria BamfordThat’s Pitch Perfect Casting while other guest stars are included this season Zach Galifianakis, Seth Rogen, Josie Totah, Lena Waithe, Quinta Brunson, John Oliver, Sterling K. Brown, Paul Giamatti, Maya Erskine, and Anna konkle.
As already announced, Ayo Edebiri takes on the role of Missy from Jenny Slate, but since Season 4 was deep in production at the time of the change, Edebiri won’t appear in the penultimate episode until Missy’s character evolves. She will continue to speak to Missy on the final episode and for future seasons, while Slate is ready to return in a new role in season 5.
Check out the adorable Big Mouth Season 4 trailer below, followed by the full official recap. The series plays the main role Nick Kroll, John Ugay, Maya Rudolph, Andrew Rannells and Jason Mantzoukas. Big Mouth Season 4 debuts on Netflix on December 4th.
Here is the official recap of Big Mouth’s fourth season:
Season 4 of Big Mouth focuses on fear; the fear of growing up, finding out who you are, discovering yourself, accepting yourself. The season starts in summer camp before our gang goes to 8th grade. Maria Bamford descends as Tito the mosquito, the fearful insect that targets all of our favorite children. We’ll meet during the season Zach Galifianakis’ Gratitoad who is there to help our crew deal with their fears and not let them completely own. In the great Big Mouth tradition, the show continues to explore human sexuality and everything around it, including racial and sexual identity, love in all its forms, and “The Hugest Period Ever”.