Director of ‘Monsters at Work‘ Says the Series Won’t Be on Disney+ Until 2021. Recently, Monsters at Work Director, Stephen Anderson, spoke with the folks at the Without a Mouse podcast and shared that the highly anticipated animated series has been postponed for release until “Spring 2021” despite rumors that we could see the series as early as March of this year.
Anderson also confirmed the series will have 10 episodes and will include the return of prior cast members from both Disney-Pixar’s Monsters Inc. and Monsters University.
To listen to the full podcast, be sure to check out this post by Without A Mouse:
EXCLUSIVE INFO: @disneyplus
Show Monsters At Work confirmed for "Spring 2021" release by direcror Stephen Anderson. For more info, listen to the full podcast https://t.co/qpasrgIvDh#disneyplus #monstersinc #monstersatwork #disney #distwitter #disneynews #wdw #disneyland pic.twitter.com/Dxa6ZYopZP
— 🏳️🌈✊🏿🚫🐁Without A Mouse Podcast🚫🐁 (@PodWAM) February 27, 2020
A premise for the series shared that Monsters at Work takes place 6 months after the events of Monsters Inc. and will follow the journey of the monster world adapting to using laughter energy instead of scream energy. The shows protagonist, Tylor Tuskmon, is a recent graduate from MU and was Monsters University’s Top Scarer for his graduating class, but what will Tylor do with his now “useless” degree?
The cast includes the return of many iconic characters, as well as some newcomers to the franchise. Cast for the series so far includes: Billy Crystal (Mike), John Goodman (Sully), Ben Feldman (Tylor Tuskmon), John Ratzenberger (Yeti), Jennifer Tilly (Celia Mae), Bob Peterson (Roz), Kelly Marie Tran (Val Little), Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach (Cutter), Stephen Stanton (Needleman) and Aisha Tyler.
Are you excited for Monsters at Work? Are you sad to hear about the delay or are you glad Disney seems to want to do the series right the first time? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments! Be sure to check back here at Chip and Co. for all things Disney+.
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