The series, which serves as a spin-off to Big Mouth, follows creatures who are assigned to humans as part of a plan to help them overcome obstacles, with main cast including Aidy Bryant, Keke Palmer and David Thewlis.
In an interview with Collider last year, series creator and showrunner Kelly Galuska stated what she had in mind for the second season, which will consist of 10 episodes.
"There’s a million things because this show allows such a broad canvas because it deals with all of human experience," she said. "So I think something that I think about a lot in these last couple of years is hope. I would like to dig into that because it’s something that I think we all need.
"[Hope] can sometimes be in short supply and I think it’s an interesting thing to think about. And I think just digging into different creatures’ point-of-views and featuring different people where we can is something that’s exciting to me as well," she added.
Pugh’s other upcoming projects include Dune: Part Two, with the actress being cast in the role of Princess Irulan. The first image of the character was recently released, with director Denis Villeneuve praising Pugh for her manner on set.
"When I met Florence, I was struck by her assurance, how grounded, direct and unapologetic she was as a young woman," he said. "She has something inherently royal about her. I will definitely believe that Florence could become, in the future, a prime minister."
Human Resources season 2 will premiere on Netflix on June 9. Dune: Part Two will be released in cinemas on November 3.
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