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Netflix Drops The Trailer For Big Mouth Season 6

Today, Netflix dropped the trailer for "Big Mouth" Season 6, and it's about as full of hormones, confusion, and genitals as you'd want and expect.

"Big Mouth" Season 6 has one major recurring theme: family. As Marah Eakin put it while writing for Netflix's Tudum blog, "Season 6 will continue to follow the Hormone Monsters as they navigate adolescence, this time unpacking the concept that while you can't pick your blood family, you can surround yourself with people who love you just the way you are."

We also know that several big-name guest stars will be voicing characters on "Big Mouth," with some celebrities returning to previous roles and others appearing on the show for the first time. Season 6's new guest stars include: Adam Levine, Annaleigh Ashford, Amber Ruffin, Brian Tyree Henry, Chris O'Dowd (who plays' Flanny O'Lympic on the "Big Mouth" spinoff "Human Resources"), Cole Escola, Ed Helms, Ira Glass, Jeff Goldblum, Matt Rogers, Peter Capaldi, Steve-O, and Tyler The Creator.

They'll be joined by returning guest stars, including: Ali Wong, Andrew Rannells, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Chelsea Peretti, Chloe Fineman, Gary Cole, Gina Rodriguez, Jessica Chaffin, Jenny Slate, Jon Daly, Julie White, June Diane Raphael, Kristen Schaal, Mark Duplass, Natasha Lyonne, Nathan Fillion, Paul Scheer, Paula Pell, Richard Kind, Rosa Salazar, Seth Morris, and Thandiwe Newton (via TV Line).

Now that the trailer has dropped, we have the clearest idea yet of what the upcoming season will look like. Without further ado, here it is.

Big Mouth Season 6 is keeping it all in the family

Appropriately, the trailer kicks off with Sister Sledge's "We Are Family," which plays throughout.

The first major storyline in the trailer is between Hormone Monsters Maury (Nick Kroll) and Connie (Maya Rudolph), who are about to have a baby. Maury is almost due, but the problem is Connie wants nothing to do with the child.

Next, we learn that the students at Bridgeton have undergone a class-wide DNA test. Naturally, this leads to all sorts of complications. Lola (Kroll) learns that she somehow has three possible fathers, which leads to a musical sequence with Adam Levine voicing at least one of the possible fathers. It's difficult not to think of a "Mamma Mia!" comparison with that one. Jay (Jason Mantzoukas) discovers that he has a secret half-brother. Nick (Kroll) learns that his ancestor was a fearsome Viking warrior who specialized in nipple twisting. Nick also learns that all the men in his family inherited the same trait: small genitalia.

Meanwhile, Jessi (Jessi Klein) finds herself jealous of her new baby sister. And of course there's plenty of cringe humor involving Andrew (John Mulaney) that we can't really describe in polite language.

Want more? "Big Mouth" Season 6 drops in just a few weeks, on October 28. Get ready.