The adult animated sitcom ‘Human Resources’ is a subseries and spin-off to the Netflix animated sitcom ‘Big Mouth’. The series also falls under the genre of blue comedy and workplace comedy.
The plot is set in the world of the hormonal monsters and monstrances that we see in ‘Big Mouth‘. The daily lives of Shame Wizards, Depression Kitties, and others are found in their daily lives.
The first season of the series premiered on March 18, 2022, on Netflix. The second and final season is set to be released on June 9, 2023.
Following is a list of other animated sitcom series that you might give a try if you enjoyed ‘Human Resources’.
Top 10 TV Series Like Human Resources Season 2.
BoJack Horseman – Number of Seasons: 6
Raphael Bob-Waksberg created this very popular American adult animated comedy-drama series. The plot revolves around a star of a ’90s sitcom named BoJack Horseman, a humanoid horse.
The sitcom in which he starred as an adoptive father, was canceled despite being very hit, and was cancelled suddenly.
After this, he has been drowned in self-loathing and alcohol during these eighteen years and now has decided that it’s time for his comeback to lose his reputation.
With a human sidekick and a feline agent who is also his ex-girlfriend, he once again enters Hollywood only to find it extremely changed since he left.
Will Arnett voiced the titular character of BoJack Horseman in the series. The series has a lot of references to sex, alcohol, and drug. It ran from August 22, 2014, to January 31, 2020.
Big Mouth – Number of Seasons: 6
‘Human Resources’ is a spin-off of this coming-of-age animated sitcom series. It is inspired by the upbringing of show creators Andrew Goldberg and Nick Kroll in suburban New York.
The plot primarily revolves around two best friends struggling with what comes with puberty like masturbation, sexual arousal, etc.
Over-sexualized hormone monsters and monsters are also important characters in the plot. The series premiered on September 29, 2017, on Netflix.
Disenchantment – Number of Seasons: 4
Matt Groening created this animated fantasy sitcom series. The plot is set in Dreamland, a medieval fantasy kingdom.
It is centered around an alcoholic and rebellious princess named Bean along with Elfo, a naïve elf companion of hers, and Luci, her destructive “personal demon”. The series premiered on August 17, 2018, on Netflix.
F Is for Family – Number of Seasons: 5
Michael Price and Bill Burr created this adult animated sitcom the plot of which is set between 1973’s October and 1974’s December.
It centers around a dysfunctional Irish American family living in the suburbs in the fictional town of Rustvale Pennsylvania. The series ran from December 18, 2015, to November 25, 2021, on Netflix.
The Harper House – Number of Seasons: 1
Brad Neely created this adult animated tv series that follows the Harper family led by the matriarch Debbie Harper who is the breadwinner of the family.
The plot finds Debbie trying to reclaim her lost status even after the family becomes compelled to move to a poorer locality. The series ran from September 16 to November 4 of 2021.
The Great North – Number of Seasons: 3
The plot of this animated sitcom revolves around a single father named Beef Tobin who lives with his four children Ham, Wolf, Moon, and Judy in a fictional town called Lone Moose of Alaska.
The main objective of Beef’s life is to raise his children and keep the family together for which sometimes he becomes smothering and overbearing.
But each of the episodes features his deep love for his children and family. The series premiered on January 3, 2021, on Fox.
Adventure Beast (2021) – Number of Seasons: 1
This animated adventure educational comedy series is centered around the team of a brave zoologist, his anxious assistant, and a spunky niece as they explore the world and save wild beasts.
The series premiered in the United States on October 22, 2021.
Koala Man – Number of Seasons: 1
Michael Cusack created this Australian American superhero animated sitcom the plot of which follows a family father living a not-so-secret duel identity of a hero known as Koala Man, who wants to rub out all the petty crimes. The series premiered on January 9, 2023.
YOLO – Number of Seasons: 1
Michael Cusack created this adult animated tv series the plot of which revolves around Sarah and Rachel, Australian party girls, in the bizarre town called Wollongong where they seek new experiences, fun times, positive vibes, and horoscopes that will give them hope. The series premiered on August 10, 2020.
Cake – Number of Seasons: 5
This live-action / adult animated anthology tv series features various narratives with eclectic perspectives through animated and live-action comedy programs that are at the same time laugh-inducing, thought-provoking, raw, and authentic. The series ran from September 25, 2019, to December 9, 2021.