New Details Details For ‘Monsters At Work’ Coming To Disney+

During the Disney+ at the D23 Expo this weekend some new details, artwork, and a poster for the upcoming Pixar series Monsters At Work was revealed.

The presentation was brief but we did learn that the series will take place immediately after the events of the first film, when Mike and Sulley decide to conserve laughter instead of scream. Stepping into this new job of the monster industry are Tylor (Ben Feldman) and Millie (Aisha Tyler), two eager young creatures fresh out of Monsters University. And here they are in the first official art from the series:

John Goodman and Billy Crystal will return to voice Sulley and Mike Wazowski, in the spinoff now titled Monsters At work. They will be joined by members of the original voice cast John Ratzenberger (Yeti), Jennifer Tilly (Celia) and Bob Peterson (Roz) and franchise newcomers Ben Feldman (Superstore), Kelly Marie Tran (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Henry Winkler (Barry), Lucas Neff (Raising Hope), Alanna Ubach (Coco), Stephen Stanton (Star Wars Resistance) and Aisha Tyler (Archer).

Tran will voice as Val Little, Tylor’s lifelong friend and confidante; Winkler will give life to Fritz, the scatterbrained boss; Neff will voice Duncan, an opportunistic plumber; Ubach is Cutter, the officious rule follower; and Stanton is Smitty and Needleman, the bumbling custodial team.

Monsters at Work is produced by Disney Television Animation and was developed and exec produced by Bobs Gannaway (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) with Ferrell Barron on board to produce. Kat Good and Rob Gibbs direct. The series will debut in 2020.

Monsters At Work poster

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