Big Mouth is an American adult animated sitcom created by Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, and Jennifer Flackett based on Kroll and Goldberg's tweenage years growing up in the suburbs of New York, with Kroll voicing his fictional self. The first season consisting of ten episodes premiered on Netflix on September 29, 2017. On October 24, 2017, it was confirmed that a second season has been ordered to air in 2018.
|Music by||Mark Rivers|
|Opening theme||"Changes" by Charles Bradley|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||25–27 minutes|
|Original release||September 29, 2017 – present|
The series follows 7th grade best friends Nick Birch and Andrew Glouberman as they navigate their way through puberty, masturbation, and sexual arousal. Acting as sex-based shoulder angels are the hormone monsters Maurice, who pesters Andrew and occasionally Nick and Jay, and Connie, who pesters Jessi and occasionally Missy. Throughout the series, the kids interact with people and objects who are personified in one way or another and offer helpful, albeit confusing, advice in their puberty-filled lives including the ghost of Duke Ellington, a French accented Statue of Liberty, a pillow capable of getting pregnant, and even Jessi's own vagina.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||1||"Ejaculation"||Joel Moser||Nick Kroll & Andrew Goldberg & Jennifer Flackett & Mark Levin||September 29, 2017|
|As Andrew falls under the spell of the randy Hormone Monster, his buddy Nick becomes obsessed with the lack of changes in his own body. The gang go to the school dance.|
|2||2||"Everybody Bleeds"||Bryan Francis||Kelly Galuska||September 29, 2017|
|A field trip goes from awkward to mortifying as Jessi is pressured into being Nick's girlfriend, then gets her first period -- inside the Statue of Liberty.|
|3||3||"Am I Gay?"||Mike L. Mayfield||Joe Wengert||September 29, 2017|
|A trailer for a new movie starring The Rock leaves Andrew questioning his sexuality. Jessi and Nick's budding romance turns ugly fast.|
|4||4||"Sleepover: A Harrowing Ordeal of Emotional Brutality"||Joel Moser||Jess Dweck & Victor Quinaz||September 29, 2017|
|While the boys head to Jay's for a testosterone-fueled sleepover, Jessi throws a party of her own and gets caught up in mean-girl drama.|
|5||5||"Girls Are Horny Too"||Bryan Francis||Emily Altman||September 29, 2017|
|A steamy novel making the rounds at school inspires Jessi to explore her own sexuality -- and leaves the boys totally confused about what girls want.|
|6||6||"Pillow Talk"||Mike L. Mayfield||Peter A. Knight||September 29, 2017|
|Nick drags Andrew into the city to visit an old camp crush, but the day doesn't go as planned. Jay embarks on an emotional journey with his pillow.|
|7||7||"Requiem for A Wet Dream"||Joel Moser||Duffy Boudreau||September 29, 2017|
|Andrew struggles to keep the Hormone Monster in check as he works with Missy on a science fair project. Jessi and Matthew have fun at Jay's expense.|
|8||8||"The Head Push"||Bryan Francis||Emily Altman & Jennifer Flackett & Mark Levin||September 29, 2017|
|When Leah hosts a party for the high school drama crowd, Nick wrestles with a romantic dilemma, and Andrew and Missy witness a disturbing scene.|
|9||9||"I Survived Jessi's Bat Mitzvah"||Mike L. Mayfield||Kelly Galuska||September 29, 2017|
|Family blowups, secret liaisons and an unflattering dress make Jessi's bat mitzvah a night to remember.|
|10||10||"The Pornscape"||Joel Moser||Gil Ozeri||September 29, 2017|
|Andrew tries to drown his sorrows in a sea of porn, only to become hopelessly addicted. Coach Steve becomes a suspect in a murder spree. Also, Jessi and Jay run away together.|
On October 24, 2017, Netflix announced it has renewed Big Mouth for a second season set to be released in 2018.
Big Mouth has received critical acclaim since its official release. On Rotten Tomatoes, the series has an approval rating of 100% based on 16 reviews, with the critical consensus reading, "Big Mouth's simplistic animation and scatalogical humor belie its finely sketched characters and smart, empathetic approach to the messiness of adolescence." At Metacritic, the show currently holds a rating of 80 out of 100, based on 6 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
|2018||Annie Award||Best General Audience Television/Broadcast Production||Big Mouth||Pending|