Season 4 of Netflix’s Big Mouth has premiered, and many fans have already binge-watched all 10 episodes of the bawdy, controversial comedy that has taken over the streaming site. We’ve followed a bunch of seventh graders as they go through puberty in all its nasty hilarity over the course of the series. Big Mouth manages to rank among both the weirdest and most relatable series Netflix has to offer, from discovering their sexuality to learning why you shouldn’t flirt with your cousin through text.

Fortunately, it appears that the streaming behemoth has no intention of slowing down anytime soon. Netflix said in 2019 that the programme would be renewed for a fourth, fifth, and sixth season, which means that if the stars align, the characters may be in high school before you know it.

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With at least two more seasons to go, it’s never too early to start planning for the future of this hilarious show.

When will Big Mouth season 5 be released?

Since 2017, Big Mouth has routinely released new episodes every year. Season 2 premiered on Netflix on October 5, 2018, followed by Season 3 on October 4, 2019. Season 4 was delayed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, although it was nevertheless completed in 14 months, premiering on December 4, 2020.

If this trajectory teaches us anything, it’s that each new season of Big Mouth will take around a year to complete, and the creative team behind the scenes is already hard at work making season 5 a reality. Nick Kroll, voice actor, and series co-creator addressed his collaborators during an online table read in March 2020. “The Big Mouth writer’s room has been running at full speed,” he confessed to the viewers. “For the past two weeks, I’ve seen you on Zoom every day.” Given the timetable of an animated series, the writer’s room was most likely working on season 5 episodes at the time, while the animation crew was preparing for season 4.

While the pandemic slowed things down, animation can operate without the same constraints as live-action since, with the correct setup, everything from writing to recording dialogue to animating can be done remotely. Big Mouth season 5 is expected to premiere in December 2021 or January 2022, so stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

Who will be cast in season 5 of Big Mouth?

In Season 5, audiences may anticipate the same voice actors from prior seasons to reprise their roles. That implies Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jason Mantzoukas, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, and Jordan Peele will be hilarious. The most significant change in Season 4 was Jenny Slate’s voluntary departure as the voice of the biracial character Missy, who was replaced by Ayo Edebiri, who stated in an interview that having a Black actress voice a Black character was a “good step on the way to changes that have needed to happen.” Edebiri took over for the remaining two episodes of Season 4 and is anticipated to continue in the position in Season 5 and beyond.

Maria Bamford as Tito the Anxiety Mosquito, Seth Rogen as Nick’s camp pal Seth, and Zach Galifianakis as the Gratitoad were among the new characters featured in the fourth season. As the core cast enters the eighth grade, it’s feasible that any of them may return to reprise their roles. Given how each season tends to focus on a different aspect of puberty and growing up (shame, anxiety, etc. ), it’s reasonable to assume season 5 will provide a new feeling for the main characters to cope with.

What is the plot of season 5 of Big Mouth?

It’s too early to predict what Big Mouth season 5’s main theme will be, but there are some hints. The following line from The New York Times article on Nick Kroll, published in December 2020, hints at some of the ideas that could emerge in future episodes: “[The writers] had been assigned research projects, each focusing on a different issue — cystic acne, female friendship, revenge porn — to see whether it could be used as a Season 5 theme. They’d taken turns presenting their results to the group; the study was now being digested and turned into plot lines.”

While each of these might stand alone as a fine episode, none of them truly demonstrate an overarching concept as the Anxiety Mosquitos did in season 4. A subsequent paragraph, on the other hand, hints that the characters may have to cope with trauma in the future: “The conversation shifted from Big Questions (How does trauma impact individuals differently?) to Small Questions (How does trauma affect people differently?).

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Minor tangents (meatball subs; something called Big Nipple Energy) to major tangents (How can you know if your father loves you?)” It’s only an estimate, and things might change between now and the release of Season 5, but it’d be on pace with what we’ve seen from the program over the previous three years.

Whatever route Big Mouth season 5 goes, viewers can anticipate the same mix of crude humor and touching sentiment that has distinguished the series so far.