The Monsters from 'Big Mouth' are getting their own Netflix show

The Monsters from 'Big Mouth' are getting their own Netflix show

There's no doubt that Netflix has created some amazingly good original content, such as Orange Is the New Black, Stranger Things, The Haunting of Hill House, Bojack Horseman, and Big Mouth.

Ever since the animated high school sitcom made its premiere on the streaming service, it's been a hit with audiences and has managed to accrue a devoted fanbase.

Check out the trailer for season one of Big Mouth below:

For those of you who are out of the loop, and have never seen an episode, allow me to explain the premise for you. The show is set in a fictitious middle school and tells the story of two teen boys, Nick and Andrew, who are forced to go through puberty together after turning 14.

When their adolescence sets in, they are suddenly followed by ''hormone monsters'' - personifications of their growing pains and growth spurts, who offer advice and comment on the misadventures the boys find themselves in as they attempt to navigate the teenage wilderness.

However, Netflix has just announced a brand new show, which will be a spin-off starring Connie and Maury. We don't know very much about what the show will entail, except for the fact that it's apparently called Human Resources.

Netflix has released a short, ague teaser of the upcoming show, which shows a hormone monster of some kind standing before a set of golden gates, before spreading its wings dramatically.

Netflix has also released a short synopsis, which states: "Human Resources will take place entirely in the world where the Department Of Puberty rests, complete with all its Shame Wizards, Depression Kittys, and other manifestations of our f*cked-up psyche."

Watch the teaser for Human Resources right here: 

As if all this wasn't exciting enough, Netflix has also confirmed that the show has been so successful that they've officially renewed it to run for another three seasons.

Commenting on the announcement in a joint statement, creators Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett said: "Netflix has given us the best creative experience imaginable, and we've been able to build an amazing community of talented writers, actors, producers and artists. We're thrilled to be continuing with everyone for years to come."

Man, I can't wait to binge this when it finally drops!