Big Mouth Season 5 is finally here, and it’s a great time to be alive. From the Big Mouth cast to the Big Mouth plot, this season has got it all. The Big Mouth cast includes Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Jessi Klein, Jordan Peele, and Maya Rudolph. This season starts off with Andrew and Missy taking over their high school alma mater as freshmen, only to find themselves at odds with each other when they become Homecoming King and Queen candidates.
-Kid Gorgeous aka Jordan Klepper: Kid Gorgeous/Jordan Kappeler
-Andrew Glouberman (John Mulaney): Andrew Big Mouth
-Lenny (Jessi Klein): Lenny Cheapshot
-Missy Lynn Horst: Missy Bigmouth
-Melissa Rauch (Jessica Williams) Melissa Tootsie, Big Girl
Big Mouth Season Five takes place in the summer of 1999, a full year after Big Mouth Seasons One-Four. The first episode begins with Nick and Andrew on their way to meet Jenny at her house for sex; they decide not to have unprotected intercourse when she learns that he has contracted HPV (though she already had it).
The Big Mouth Season five release date is finally here, and with it comes the long-awaited return of one of our favourite animated shows. Big Mouth Season Five follows a group of hormone-fueled teens growing up in suburban America as they navigate their changing bodies, relationships.
It’s another brilliant and hilarious season of the groundbreaking animated series from real-life best friends Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg about puberty—so much more than just “growing up!” The show continues with its signature, hysterical and surprisingly heartfelt take on navigating the treacherous, hilarious world of adolescence.
What Big Mouth Season Five is about:
Big Mouth Season Five follows a group of kids as they enter puberty with all the crazy new hormones that come along for their ride. They are joined by returning favorites Missy Peregrym (PJ), John Mulaney (Andrew), Jordan Peele (Jay) and Maya Rudolph.
Big Mouth Season Five is a Netflix Original series that delivers what Big Mouth does best: brilliantly animated, heartfelt stories about navigating the treacherous terrain of puberty from real-life best friends Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg. The show continues with its signature, hysterical take on the Big Mouth characters, which are based on Nick Kroll’s childhood friends.
The show features a variety of new puberty-centric adventures and plotlines, including an exploration into if the kids have reached their peak emotional intelligence or not as they enter adolescence; a trip to prom in which Andrew finally gets his chance to be king; Jay has been waiting for college, but when he gets there it’s not all that he expected.