Entertainment Weekly has debuted a first look at the crew of the new Disney+ series Monsters At Work. Spinning out of Monsters Inc. and MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, Monsters At Work is set after the events of the original film. […]
Entertainment Weekly has debuted a first look at the crew of the new Disney+ series Monsters At Work. Spinning out of Monsters Inc. and MONSTERS UNIVERSITY, Monsters At Work is set after the events of the original film.
For the series, Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) and James P. “Sulley” Sullivan (John Goodman) are still employed at Monsters Inc., the same goes for Ms. Flint (Bonnie Hunt), who was previously in charge of training monsters to be Scarers and will now teach the funniest monsters how to become Jokesters. Taking center stage for the new series is a new character named Tylor Tuskmon (Ben Feldman), who finds himself part of the Monsters, Inc. Facilities Team (MIFT). Get a good look at Tylor and his co-workers below.
Per EW’s exclusive coverage, You can meet the cast of Monsters At Work and check out their character descriptions below:
Tylor Tuskmon (Ben Feldman)
When the series begins, Tylor has just graduated top of his class at Monsters University and is ready to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional Scarer. Too bad scares are out and laughs are in, so Tylor is temporarily reassigned to MIFT while he figures out how to become a Jokester.
Fritz (Henry Winkler)
Fritz is described as “the scatterbrained” boss of Tylor’s MIFT team.
Val Little (Mindy Kaling)
Val is an “enthusiastic” member of MIFT.
Cutter (Alanna Ubach)
Cutter is “an officious rule follower.”
Duncan (Lucas Neff)
Duncan’s character design is meant to make him appear mischievous, and he is described as an “opportunistic” plumber.
James P. “Sulley” Sullivan (John Goodman) & Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal)
You already know this iconic duo, I’m sure. In Monsters At Work, Sulley is just settling into his job as CEO of Monsters Inc. Meanwhile, Mike is looking forward to his new work orders of making kids laugh rather than scaring them to tears.
Monsters At Work premieres on Disney+ beginning on July 2. There’s no telling what new territory this series will cover for Disney’s beloved monster brand. How will the monster community adapt to the new rules? What will they do with all of that newfound power? We’ll find out this summer.