Human Resources Cast, Netflix Series 2022, Review

Human Resources is a 2022 adult animation sitcom created by Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin, Jennifer Flackett, and Kelly Galuska. This show also serves as a spinoff to the series that shows some events after Big Mouth Season 5 concluded in November 2021. The series sets in a humorous place of Big Mouth where monsters are assigned to play human adults and represent their inner feelings including orgasms. Produced under Timouse Inc and distributed by Netflix streaming services, the series has received 7.5/10 rating on IMDb and a massive 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Human Resources 2022 (TV Series) Cast

Human Resources cast Netflix
  • Aidy Bryant as Emmy
  • Hugh Jackman as Dante the Addiction Angel
  • Randall Park as Pete the Logic Rock
  • David Thewlis a Shame Wizard
  • Keke Palmer as Rochelle
  • Brandon Kyle Goodman as Walter
  • Maya Rudolph as Connie
  • Nick Kroll as Maury
  • Bobby Cannavale as Gavin the Hormone Monster
  • Pamela Adlon as Sonya
  • Maria Bamford as Tito the Anxiety Mosquito
  • Ali Wong as Becca
  • Harvey Guillén as Jose the Spider Receptionist
  • Chris O’Dowd as Flanny the Lovebug
  • Thandiwe Newton as Mona the Hormone Monstress
  • Ulka Simone Mohanty as Nabilah
  • Jemaine Clement as Simon Sex
  • Janelle Monáe as Claudia
  • Henry Winkler as Keith from Grief
  • Helen Mirren as Shame Wizard Rita St. Swithens
  • John Gemberling as Tyler
  • Mike Birbiglia as Barry
  • Joe Wengert as Joe
  • Gil Ozeri as Gil
  • Tim Robinson as Doug
  • Ahmed El-Mawas as Amir
  • Nidah Barber as Yara
  • James III
  • Mark Rivers
  • Rosie Perez as Petra the Ambition Gremlin
  • Mitra Jouhari
  • Ashley London
  • Lupita Nyong’o as Shame Wizard Asha
  • Max Silvestri
  • Emily Altman

Trailer

An official trailer has been released by the original streaming network that highlights the interaction of various hormonal monsters.

Human Resources Netflix Review

The Human Resources series is crazy amazing with lots of hilarious moments that will make your stomach ache with laughing. While watching the show, you will realize that the monsters have humanity within them and their relationships are real. The show also depicts the backstories of Big Mouth characters that was so interesting and fun to watch. Moreover, it focuses on the monsters rather than human species.

Honestly, the first episode featuring Emmy as the love bug doesn’t seem so appealing but as the show progresses, other characters come up with great ideas and makes the show cheerful. Even though, it doesn’t look better than Big Mouth, it is something that we expect as a Big Mouth fan.

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