Big Mouth Season 4’s Date Is Confirmed
By dropping the release date and first trailer in one fell swoop. Netflix has reacted to all your concerns about Big Mouth season 4. The gang is hitting summer camp this time around. There will be plenty of anxieties, as will the guest stars. Ranging from John Oliver to Maria Bamford, Zach Galifianakis and even Seth Rogen.
Shortly after where things left off in Big Mouth season 3. The series will pick up by continuing to explore the main concepts of puberty. We should also expect a hearty return of so-accurate-it’s-painful moments. The show’s trademark NSFW theme, as well as a surprising amount of honesty at the heart of it. It is consider that there will be change in setting and extra characters.
Release Date Of “Big Mouth”
On November 13, Netflix announced that Big Mouth Season 4 will be released on December 4, 2020. This is about two months later than expected. But it’s still a welcome announcement.
It also aligns, coincidentally, with our previous predictions.
Around the 21st of every month, Netflix publishes a list of new releases. The lineup of titles for November 2020, announced on October 21, did not contain Big Mouth at all. Netflix would have a show on records like this in certain instances in the past but not include the date.
Trailer Is Out!
Everyone in the trailer is at the summer camp . All the kids gathered after Season 3 ended at the end of the school year. But we’re back at school somewhat quickly.
Everything’s a little chaotic, but a new kind of monster called Tito the Anxiety Mosquito (Maria Bamford) is the most prominent addition. The Hormone Monsters were augmented by the Guilt Wizard and Menopause Banshee in previous seasons, so it seems that this is the manifestation of psychological complications in Season 4.
Guest Stars In Big Mouth Season 4
In July 2020, actress Jenny Slate quit the show, claiming that,
“Black characters on an animated show should be played by Black people.”
Slate, who is Jewish and white, played Missy, a young girl who is half-Jewish, half-Black.
Her decision came around a month after the murder of George Floyd at a time when the entertainment industry started to more specifically reckon with a lack of diversity in terms of TV and film representation. A lengthy statement goes into more detail on Slate’s Instagram site.
“I was definitely a very uncomfortable child, so I think the show speaks to that and a lot of those feelings, which still resonate with me as an adult,” Edebiri told Variety. “I’m back home in my childhood bedroom right now and on my bookshelf in between ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ is Bill Clinton’s autobiography and Nelson Mandela’s autobiography and a translation of ‘The Iliad’ in Latin. I was a true dork. So I don’t think I have to go too far to connect with Missy.”
Missy’s Character Revolution
Edebiri originally joined the Big Mouth team as a Season 5 writer before being tapped for this new role. There is reportedly a “moment” in Season 4’s second-to-last episode that felt like a natural fit for Missy to make some change.
“It’s about Missy’s continued evolution as a person — that she has all of these different parts of who she is,” Kroll teased to Variety. “There’s the sidelines Missy and the more sexually adventurous Missy, mirror Missy, and then also this Missy that she’s been discovering [in Season 4] through hanging out with her cousins and really taking a look at her Black identity.”
So it sounds like Big Mouth is going to delve into some meta-commentary with the character. As Missy spends time with her family’s black members, triggering a shift in identity that manifests as the change in voice. To really say something about the phenomena is a provocative approach. We’d expect nothing less from a show this smart.