The show, Big Mouth, was inspired by the childhoods of co-creators and executive producers Nick Kroll and Andrew Goldberg. Megan will be the voice of a Hormone Monster on the show, a vital creature that assists people through puberty. Her character is portrayed as a shapely creature with horns and long, flowing hair.
“Aw, s**t, booty fatter than a pear, your hormone monstress Megan is here,” the “Savage” rapper said in the trailer as she slid down a giant tongue, according to HipHopDX.
In a newer clip, the streamer released the official season premiere date as Megan remarked, “I ain’t gon’ lie. It’s getting real sexy,” which caused another monster to reply, “It’s going to be even sexier on Oct. 20.”
The comedy follows a group of friends and their hormone monsters as they navigate adolescence, human sexuality, and coming of age. Season 7 will follow the now-adolescent Bridgeton middle school children as they transition to high school and encounter their new school, friends, adversaries, and Hormone Monsters.
According to Netflix, the new season will also feature the voices of many celebrities, including Lupita Nyong’o, Stephanie Beatriz, Zazie Beetz, Padma Lakshmi, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Billy Porter, Rosie Perez, Brian Tyree Henry, Zach Galifianakis, Randall Park, Chloe Fineman, Beck Bennett, Zach Woods, Mark Duplass, Thandiwe Newton, Paul Scheer, and Brandon Kyle Goodman.
Big Mouth was recently renewed for an eighth and final season, according to Deadline, making it Netflix’s longest-running scripted original series outside of Kids & Family programming.
According to Vibe, the rapper has demonstrated her acting abilities in previous works like; D**ks: The Musical, Starz’s P-Valley, and She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. She also hosted Saturday Night Live in October last year, where she played a nurse at the Hot Girl Hospital, a booty-building fitness instructor, and other characters.