Human Resources Season 2: Will there be another season?

Human Resources Season 2
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Are you also a fan of animated adult sitcoms? Of course, you are. It has everything one needs. A dose of laughter, tear-jerker scenes, lots of ‘aww’ moments, and above all, the ability to keep you hooked throughout the season. Every episode has an added drama.

And if you agree with all this, well, then you must have been quite fascinated by the release of Human Resources on March 18, 2022, and must be wondering if there will be Human Resources Season 2 or not. Honestly, we do want more of this.

We are here to clear all your doubts and share everything you want to know about Human Resources Season 2.

Human Resources Season 2
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Will there be a Season 2 of Human Resources? 

The show has still not been renewed for Season 2. Although sometimes the streaming service renews shows right away or even orders extra episodes in advance, for Human Resources, we are still unsure what the future holds. We do think there’s a good chance that the show will come back, and this is because it is a spinoff of Big Mouth, and we all know its success on Netflix. So, all we need to do is wait for a couple of months to have a confirmation about the renewal of Human Resources Season 2.

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Human Resources Season 2 Release Date

As and when Human Resources Season 2 gets renewed, and according to the pattern of Big Mouth releasing its one new season every winter since 2017, even when we faced the pandemic, we might expect the premiere of Human Resources Season 2 somewhere in spring 2023.

Human Resources Season 2 Expected Plot


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While in the absence of an official confirmation of Season 2, what we can expect is to see more of Pete because it’s clear that the audience really wants to. Human Resources have already been tagged as the Best Television Episode of the year, more so after the tearful Episode 9 that has got all of us talking and asking for a box of tissues, so a new season comes with a lot more responsibility.

Since every episode has not less than 4 stories working well off together, we can’t expect anything in the new season, just that it will definitely be the best or, at least, has to be one. Thanks to the high expectations. And, of course, anything can happen in this creature world. 

And in case you are wondering what has added to the craze of this animated adult comedy, it is the topics that have been touched upon and portrayed beautifully. Postpartum depression, dementia, and life and death situations are some of the human storylines that have been shown.

How many episodes are there in Human Resources season 1?

There are 10 episodes in Human Resources, and the runtime of each episode is about 25-28 mins.

How many episodes will Human Resources season 2 have?

Seeing the pattern followed by Big Mouth and also Human Resources Season 1, we feel that Human Resources Season 2 will also have 10 episodes if it is renewed.

Where to watch Human Resources?

Human Resources season is available for streaming on Netflix.

Human Resources Plot

Coming from the creators of Big Mouth, Kelly Galuska, Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett, Human Resources is about hormone Monsters and a parade of other creatures juggling romance, workplace drama, and their human clients’ needs. This workplace comedy is a spin-off of Big Mouth and is set in the world of the monsters of the same show.

You can watch the trailer of Human Resources here:

Human Resources | Official Trailer | Netflix

Human Resources Cast

Featuring the same animation style as Big Mouth, the show also has many characters in common with Big Mouth. This cast may also be repeated in Season 2. The cast includes:

  • Maya Rudolph voiced Connie, a hormone Monstress.
  • Jemaine Clement voiced Simon Sex, a hormone Monster.
  • David Thewlis voiced The Shame Wizard, the complete opposite of the Hormone Monsters.
  • Randall Park voiced Pete, the Logic Rock.
  • Keke Palmer voiced Rochelle, a hate worm who turned into a lovebug.
  • Pamela Adlon voiced Sonya, a very experienced female lovebug.
  • Nick Kroll voiced Maury, a hormone Monster.