Big Mouth: Season 2 (2018)

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Season 2
Big Mouth

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Poignantly repulsive, Big Mouth continues to confront the awkwardness of adolescence with foul-mouthed glee and an added layer of maturity.

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Critic Ratings: 33

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Episodes

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Air date: Oct 5, 2018
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Growth spurts, or the lack of it, add to the usual tensions faced daily by the middle schoolers of "Big Mouth." Andrew (John Mulaney) struggles to fit in, while Nick (Nick Kroll) struggles to contain his raging hormones. Jessi (Jessi Klein) and Jay (Jason Mantzoukas) enter a rebellious phase. A classmate's blossoming figure sends the boys in their school a-stir and the girls into fits of insecurity. The Shame Wizard (David Thewlis), the sworn enemy of the Hormone Monsters Rich and Maurice (Nick Kroll) and the Hormone Monstress (Maya Rudolph), comes to town and piles on the torment the teenagers are already facing.

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Critic Reviews for Big Mouth Season 2

All Critics (33) | Top Critics (11)

Alongside its laugh-out-loud vulgarity, what makes Big Mouth's take on the physical and emotional crucible of puberty unique is its clever use of personification.

Dec 27, 2018 | Full Review…
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In its second season, Big Mouth, unlike junior high, has only gotten better.

Oct 15, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

In all its hormone-driven glory, Big Mouth is a refreshing addition to the TV landscape partly because it makes serious points without ever taking itself too seriously.

Oct 10, 2018 | Full Review…

By normalizing experiences many kids feel embarrassed about, the series is actively advocating for their emotional well-being.

Oct 8, 2018 | Rating: A- | Full Review…
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That's Big Mouth's singular power. It hasn't forgotten the abject hell of adolescence - and it's not about to let you forget it, either.

Oct 5, 2018 | Full Review…
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The voice cast is incredibly strong, but your enjoyment of "Big Mouth" really comes down to your tolerance for jokes about bodily fluids and horny teenagers. Personally, I think it's hysterical.

Oct 4, 2018 | Full Review…

Puberty is hell, and it sucks for everyone. The least thing we can do to soften the ugliness is add a little humor to make it a little more bearable.

Oct 30, 2019 | Full Review…

Its ability to teach uncomfortable lessons about sex in a wildly entertaining way is impressive.

Oct 9, 2019 | Full Review…

If you're worried that Big Mouth season 2 wouldn't live up to season 1's brilliance, you can rest easy. The second installment of the show is bigger, better, and bolder than anything that has come before it.

Feb 28, 2019 | Full Review…

One of the most even-handed portraits of adolescent puberty.

Feb 5, 2019 | Full Review…

Big Mouth finds moments to be brutally honest and occasionally poignant. Don't watch this with your kids. Or your parents.

Dec 13, 2018 | Full Review…

More thoughtful, inclusive, and clever, the series will be particularly resonant for kids going through puberty, but now with a newfound universality.

Dec 13, 2018 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Big Mouth: Season 2

  • Jun 07, 2020
    More interesting than the first. There are actual plot lines going on. And they are interesting. The humor wasn't as fresh, as in the first one. I would say that Season 1 and Season 2 are on par. Season 2 has a better story, but Season 1 has better comedy.
  • May 01, 2020
    Season 2 of Big Mouth builds on the first - just as funny but the characters develop. There are actually some great messages in there along with the crude stuff.
  • Apr 11, 2020
    Least favourite season
  • Dec 13, 2019
    Season 2 does not disappoint.
  • Dec 06, 2019
    It's just getting more and more woke. 1st season was just an honest hilarious look at the realities of puberty. Seasons 2 and 3 are just pushing politics.
  • Nov 11, 2019
    These characters are horny and repulsive and so likable. Seriously, I love this show so much.
  • Nov 05, 2019
    This show builds on the first and at times is weaker, but will new characters and situations for the characters, the shows is stronger at times than its first
  • Oct 07, 2019
    There is an animated scene of nude prepubescent children. Need I say more.
  • Sep 24, 2019
    Disgusting feminist trash
  • Aug 27, 2019
    A little better but over all it's not that great.

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