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Netflix’s Big Mouth Season 4: Plot, Characters and Release Date

Big Mouth Season 4

Big Mouth Season 4 Update: Andrew Goldberg created an American animation sitcom for Netflix, Big Mouth, along with Jennifer Flackett, Nick Kroll, and Mark Levin. Goldberg, Flackett, Kroll, and Kevin also served as the executive producers of the series.

Big Mouth is known for its comical representation of a teenager’s issues.  The first and second season got a 100% approval rating while the third season got a 96% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The third season of Big Mouth is renewed by the network, Netflix.

Big Mouth Season 4: Possible Plotline

Big Mouth introduces us to the life of teenagers who are in the phase of puberty. The series is set in a high school (as the characters are in 7th grade) of New York City. The characters are suffering from their sexual desires and they seek out their future.

Big Mouth Season 4

 

The kids often get advices but from the strangest group of things, one can ever imagine like The Statue of Liberty, a pillow, and so on.

Characters and Voice-over Cast of Big Mouth Season 4

  • Nicholas Arsenio Birch, aka Nick, is voiced by Nick Kroll (also voiced Maurice, Rick, and others)
  • Andrew Glouberman, Mint, and Grandpa Andrew were voiced by John Mulane
  • Jessi Glacer and Margaret Daniels got their voices from Jessi Klein
  • Jay Bilzerian is voiced by Jason Mantzoukas (also voiced the ghost of Socrates and Guy Bilzerian)
  • Missy Foreman-Greenwald and Tiffany are voiced by Jenny Slate
  • Elliot Birch is voiced by Fred Armisen (also voiced ghost of Antoni Scalia)
  • The Ghost Of Duke Ellington got his voice from Jordan Peele
  • Hallway Monster’s voice is by Thandie Newton

When can we get the Release Date of the show?

The first, second, and third seasons of the series were released on 29 September 2017, 5 October 2018, and 4 October 2019 respectively. Netflix renewed Big Mouth for the next three seasons i.e, up to season six in July 2019. The fourth season of Big Mouth was to release by the end of 2020 but to for some obvious reason (pandemic) production got affected so we can now expect it sometime in early 2021.

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