A ‘Big Mouth’ spinoff series, one movie about a thirteen-year-old’s mystical connection to red pandas that turns her into one whenever she gets too excited or stressed, Amazon Prime Video’s ‘The Boys’ spinoff series, an animated series about Transformers robots that disguise themselves as everyday mall objects and must defeat the security guard! This listicle includes animated series and a film released in March 2022 that we think you should check out! It’ll offer you a laugh, may make you shed a tear or make you happy!
Kotaro Lives Alone (Netflix)
‘Kotaro Lives Alone’ follows a lonely little boy named Kotaro Sato who has no parents and lives alone. He moves into a ramshackle apartment building all on his own. The boy makes friends with the broke manga artist who lives next door and the unpopular manga artist has to care for his new neighbor.
Watch ‘Kotaro Lives Alone’ on: Netflix
Team Zenko Go (Netflix)
The Netflix series ‘Team Zenko Go’ is a children’s TV show wherein “no good deed is too small for this kind kid squad.” It follows Niah, Ari, Ellie and Jax who go undercover. They do this to help others and squash their town’s problems in secret.
Stream ‘Team Zenko Go’ on: Netflix
Human Resources (Netflix)
Featuring the hormone monsters from ‘Big Mouth’, Netflix’s ‘Human Resources’ is a workplace comedy that pulls back the curtain on the daily lives of Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards, and other creatures. These are the creatures that help humans journey through every aspect of life from puberty to parenthood to the twilight years in this ‘Big Mouth’ spinoff series.
The voice actors of ‘Human Resources’ include Keke Palmer (‘Akeelah and the Bee’, ‘True Jackson, VP’), Rosie Perez (‘Do the Right Thing’, ‘The Flight Attendant’), Ali Wong (‘Tuca & Bertie’), Randall Park (‘WandaVision’), Nick Kroll (‘The League’, ‘Sing’), Aidy Bryant (‘Shrill’), Brandon Kyle Goodman (‘Big Mouth’), and Maya Rudolph (‘Luca’, ‘The Good Place’), among others.
Find ‘Human Resources’ on: Netflix
Transformers: BotBots (Netflix)
BotBots are Transformers robots. They disguise themselves as everyday mall objects in the day and hide quietly on store shelves. However, at night they jump into adventure until a group of BotBots called ‘The Lost Bots’ runs into the mall security guard. This puts all the bots in danger. The Netflix series revolves around “whether the misfits will be able to overcome their differences, defeat the security guard and gain acceptance in the eyes of the other bots?”
Meet this fun-loving crew on: Netflix
The Boys Presents: Diabolical (Amazon Prime Video)
‘The Boys Presents: Diabolical’ is an American adult animated superhero anthology series, ‘The Boys’ animated spinoff that premiered on Amazon Prime Video on March 4. It is an anthology of emotionally shocking and irreverent stories. These stories are set within the superhero universe of ‘The Boys’. Grey GRIFFIN (‘Avatar the Last Airbender’), Antony Starr (‘The Boys’), Ben Schwartz (‘Space Force’, ‘The Afterparty’), Chris Diamantopoulos (‘Silicon Valley’) and Angela Marie Volpe are the voice actors on the show, among others.
Actors Kieran Culkin (‘Succession’), Kumail Nanjiani (‘Eternals’), Andy Samberg (‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’), Chace Crawford (‘Gossip Girl’), Don Cheadle (‘Hotel Rwanda’, ‘Iron Man 2’), among others, also lent their voice to this animated series.
Watch ‘The Boys Presents: Diabolical’ on: Amazon Prime Video
Dicktown: Season 2 (Hulu)
Richardsville, North Carolina (aka Dicktown to the locals) has a famous boy detective, John Hunchman but, John isn’t a boy anymore. He’s a sad, shabby man who just turned 40. He’s still a detective. John only solves crimes for teenagers with his partner, David Purefoy, who used to be John’s arch-enemy in high school. However, like John, he also failed to get out of town.
David, too, still lives with his parents and is John’s driver. He is a hired muscle and an unlikely friend. In ‘Dicktown’, each week, they take on a different client solving a different mystery. The second season premiered on March 3.
Stream ‘Dicktown’ on: Hulu
Turning Red (Disney Plus)
In ‘Turning Red’, Mei Lee (Rosalie Chiang) ‘ is a confident, dorky thirteen-year-old torn. The movie tells the story of Meilin “Mei” Lee and her ancestors’ mystical connection to red pandas. She is torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence like most teenagers. Rotten Tomatoes states: “And as if changes to her interests, relationships, and body weren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited (which for a teenager is practically ALWAYS), she “poofs” into a giant red panda!”
The cast of the Pixar film includes Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (‘Never Have I Ever’), Sandra Oh (‘Killing Eve’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’), Addie Chandler (‘Barbie: Dreamtopia’), Ava Morse (‘Ron’s Gone Wrong’), James Hong (‘Kung Fu Panda 2’), Jordan Fisher (‘To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You’, ‘tick, tick… BOOM!’), and Wai Ching Ho (‘Iron Fist’), among others.
Watch ‘Turning Red’ on: Disney Plus
Central Park: Season 2 (Apple TV+)
In the Apple TV+ animated musical series ‘Central Park’, Owen Tillerman and his family live an unconventional life in New York’s bustling Central Park. They also work there and Owen manages it. However, now, they’ll have to fend off a wealthy hotel heiress who wants to turn the park into condos and end up saving the park and basically the world.
The animated series stars Josh Gad (‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Frozen’), Kristen Bell (‘The Good Place’, ‘Frozen’), Daveed Diggs (‘Hamilton’, ‘Soul’), Leslie Odom Jr. (‘Hamilton’, ‘One Night in Miami’), Tituss Burgess (‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’), and Kathryn Hahn (‘Mrs. Fletcher’, ‘WandaVision’), among others.
Stream ‘Central Park’ on: Apple TV+