Monsters At Work episode 7 is set to release on August 11, 2021, on Disney +Hotstar. The comedy series has already released 6 episodes on the streaming platform.
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A sequel to the 2001 blockbuster animated movie Monster’s Inc. Monsters At Work is the story of Tyler Tuskmon, who works as a mechanic at Monsters Incorporated Facilities Team, and his idols Mike Wozawski and James P. Sullivan.
- Tyler Tuskmon is a Scare Major graduate who is forced to work as a mechanic after he finds out about the transition of Monster’s Inc. from a scare-powered to laugh-powered frim.
- Mike Wozawski and James Sullivan are in charge following the arrest of Mr. Waternoose. They must put together a team of hilarious monsters to make children laugh.
Monsters At Work Episode 7 characters and Cast:
The show has a vibrant cast which makes it even more enjoyable. Following is a list of the voice actors and the characters they have lent their voice to.
- John Goodman as James P. Sullivan
- Billy Crystal as Mike Wachowski
- Ben Feldman as Tyler Tuskmon
- Mindy Kaling as Val Little
- Henry Winkler as Fitz
and the list goes on.
Monsters At Work Episode 7 release Date
Monsters At work season 1 has been a laugh riot so far and fans expect the same from all the upcoming episodes. Episode 7 is set to release on August 11, just 5 days from now.
The 7th episode of season 1 is title “Adorable Returns”.
“Adorable Snowman” returns to Monsters Inc. after getting banished several years ago. The reason behind his exile will be revealed in the upcoming episode.
— Geroighost (@Geroighost) August 4, 2021
Where can you stream Monsters At Work?
All episodes are available at Disney + Hotstar. It’s a must-watch for everyone who has watched all the previous movies of the franchise.
New episodes are out every Wednesday.
Monsters At Work is a light-hearted comedy series that will make you chuckle now and then. Every episode has a unique storyline which makes the show even better. If you are a big fan of the Monsters Inc. movie Franchise then this show is a must-watch for you.
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