The minute-long sneak peek gives us some “Human Resources” regulars talking about upcoming episodes, including Hormone Monster Maury (Nick Kroll) mentioning to his colleagues that Florence Pugh (aka the next Meryl Streep, according to Maury). as a human. And if that wasn’t enough, Logic Rock (Randall Park) also shares that Miley Cyrus will also make a vocal appearance on the show.
The two join an already impressive cast for the series that, in addition to Kroll and Park, includes Maya Rudolph as Connie LaCienega, David Thewlis as Lionel St. Swithens, Aidy Bryant as Emmy Fairfax, Brandon Kyle Goodman as Walter Las Palmas, and Keke Palmer as Rochelle Hillhurst.
Will there be other celebrities making appearances in the upcoming episodes? There will be if the series tries to reach the level of featured guests of its first season, which included Lupita Nyong’o as Asha the Shame Wizard, Chris O’Dowd as Flanny the Lovebug, Harvey Guillén as Jose the Spider Receptionist, Ali Wong as Becca , Janelle Monáe as Claudia, Mike Birbiglia as Barry and Tim Robinson as Doug.
Whatever actors we see playing Lovebugs, Logic Rocks, and Shame Wizards, however, will be their last, because this season will also be the last for “Human Resources,” as we recently found out that it and its parent show, “Big Boca,” will end. officially, the latter after its eighth season.
“Human Resources” is co-created and produced by Kelly Galuska, Nick Kroll, Andrew Goldberg, Jennifer Flackett and Mark Levin. Its second season arrives on Netflix on June 9, 2023.