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Human Resources season 2 will not arrive on Netflix in January 2023. The famous animated series is a spinoff of Netflix’s Big Mouth.

After being released in March 2022, it’s been a massive hit with Netflix viewers and animation lovers. So it’s obvious that many are wondering about the release of the second season.

The official logline for the series on Netflix states that:

“Lovebugs, Hormone Monsters and a parade of other creatures juggle romance, workplace drama and their human clients’ needs in this “Big Mouth” spinoff.”

Human Resources season 2 updates.

Human Resources season 2 was renewed in April 2022. Netflix confirmed that series regulars like Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Maya Rudolph, Jason Mantzoukas, Jordan Peele, Fred Armisen, Ayo Edebiri, and Jessi Klein would come back for the second season. However, the streaming giant has not revealed any official release date yet. But when has that stopped us from predicting a potential release date?

According to When Netflix and other sites, the Big Mouth spinoff could arrive on our screens in March 2023. This appears to be a fair prediction because the first season of Human Resources was released on Netflix on March 18th, 2022. However, viewers should not take this as an official release date. This is just a prediction.

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