Watch the Official Teaser Trailer to the Upcoming 'Monsters, Inc.' Spin-Off

Main cast members are returning, while joined by a new character.

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The official trailer to Monsters, Inc.‘s upcoming tv series is finally here. The show is called Monsters at Work and is a spin-off of PIXAR‘s classic animation.

Both John Goodman and Billy Crystal will be returning to the cast, voicing James P. Sullivan (Sully), the furry blue monster, and Mike Wazowski, the one-eyed green orb, respectively. Other returning cast members include Mike’s girlfriend Celia, the lonely Yeti, Roz and his twin sister Roze. Besides returning voices, Monsters, Inc. fans can also look forward to the introduction of a new character — Tylor Tuskmon, voiced by Ben Feldman.

Monsters at Work is expected to premier on Disney+ on July 2.

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