Monsters at Work

Watch Monsters at Work

  • TV-G
  • 2021
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.0  (8,429)

Monsters at Work is a highly anticipated animated show exclusively available on Disney+. This show is a sequel to the hit movie Monsters, Inc. which tells the story of a world where energy is produced by the screams of human children startled by professional scarers. However, the premise of the show changes from this to the transition to producing laughter over screams. The show focuses on the lives of a group of monsters that work at Monsters, Inc. and their new adventures as the company shifts away from scaring towards generating laughter.

The show features an incredible voice cast which includes Billy Crystal as Mike Wazowski, John Goodman as James P. Sullivan a.k.a Sulley, and Ben Feldman as Tyler Tuskmon. Tyler is the main character in the series, a recent graduate from Monsters University, who dreams of being part of the laugh team at Monsters, Inc. However, he gets assigned to the utilities department instead. Despite the setback, Tyler is determined to prove his worth and make his way into the laugh team.

One of the highlights of the show is the animation style, which is an evolution from the animation style of the original movie. The animation is colorful, bright, and incredibly detailed. The monsters are more expressive and emotive, which is impressive considering the characters' designs. The animation captures the humor of the show and the characters' personalities, making the show appealing to all ages.

The show also does an excellent job of exploring new aspects of the Monsters, Inc. universe. The audience gets to see how the company and its employees evolve after the original movie's events, and the new conflict arises from the energy transition from scream to laughs. The show also introduces new characters, such as Tylor's fellow mechanics Val Little, Cutter, and Duncan. These characters help to expand the show's world and provide numerous opportunities for plot development.

While the show is humorous, it does not shy away from tackling deeper themes. It explores the idea of self-discovery and how the characters must find their passions and come to terms with their strengths and weaknesses. It's a message that audiences of all ages can relate to, and the show's humor balances out the show's more emotional moments.

Overall, Monsters at Work is an impressive sequel to Monsters, Inc. that manages to capture the essence of the original movie while expanding the world and diving deep into characters' personalities. The show is funny, visually impressive, and tackles deeper themes effectively. It's a must-watch for fans of the original movie and an excellent option for families who want to watch something that they can enjoy together.

Monsters at Work is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (18 episodes). The series first aired on July 7, 2021.

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Lights! Camera! Chaos!
8. Lights! Camera! Chaos!
April 27, 2024
When news anchors Jack and Jill visit Monsters, Inc., for an interview, Mike and Sulley hope to show off laugh power to all of Monstropolis.
Monsters in the Dark
7. Monsters in the Dark
April 27, 2024
Mike and Sulley lead a morale-boosting company retreat in the spooky sub-basement of Monsters, Inc.
Field of Screams
6. Field of Screams
April 20, 2024
At the annual Monsters, Inc., vs. FearCo softball game, Val tries to tell Tylor about a job offer from Mike and Sulley.
It's Coming From Inside the House
5. It's Coming From Inside the House
April 20, 2024
The Tuskmon family is having a stoop sale, but Tylor struggles to part with his childhood scaring memorabilia.
Opening Doors
4. Opening Doors
April 13, 2024
Johnny takes Tylor on a tour of FearCo. When Tylor is late returning from his visit, Val must cover for him.
Setting the Table
3. Setting the Table
April 13, 2024
Tylor is invited to a fancy dinner with Johnny Worthington, but it's on the same night - and at the same restaurant - as a party for Fritz!
The C.R.E.E.P. Show
2. The C.R.E.E.P. Show
April 5, 2024
The MIFTers join Mike and Sulley in representing Monsters, Inc., at the C.R.E.E.P. Show, an energy convection where they hope to promote laugh power to industry professionals.
A Monstrous Homecoming
1. A Monstrous Homecoming
April 5, 2024
It's homecoming weekend at Monsters University, and Tylor Tuskmon is being celebrated as a former Scream King.
Where to Watch Monsters at Work
Monsters at Work is available for streaming on the Disney+ website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Monsters at Work on demand at Disney+, FuboTV and DisneyNOW.
  • Premiere Date
    July 7, 2021
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (8,429)