Monsters At Work Episode 6: Release Date And Speculation

Monsters At Work Episode 6: Release Date And Speculation

Mike and Sulley’s world of Monstropolis has gone from the big screen to the small screen, as this new Disney Plus series shows what it’s like to be a new employee at Monsters, Incorporated. But Monsters at Work shows that the world’s changing and scaring is so 2020.

The series will track the early career of young monster Tylor Tuskmon (voiced by Ben Feldman of Superstore), who thrived at Monsters University as a scarer. Unfortunately for Tylor, he’s got to become a Jokester, and that won’t be easy.

Before he can re-route his path, he’ll have to spend time with the misfit monsters in the mechanics team. The show is a sequel to the 2001 film Monsters Inc. and was announced on November 9, 2017. The show finally came out on July 7, 2021.

Monsters at Work Episode 6 Speculations

Monsters At Work Episode 6: Release Date And Speculation
Tylor | Source: IMDb

Monsters at Work episode 6 is titled “The Vending Machine”. The episode will see Tylor’s job is threatened when he breaks MIFT’s favorite vending machine on the day Fritz must fire someone due to budget cuts.

Meanwhile the audience will also see how Mike tries to boost morale at Monsters, Inc. 

Monsters at Work Episode 6 Release Date

The Monsters at Work is set for August 4, 2021 at Disney Plus. The first season will contain 10 episodes.

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1. Is Monsters at Work on break this week?

No, it will air on August 4, 2021. There is no delay announced as of now.

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Monsters At Work Episode 6: Release Date And Speculation
Monsters at Work | Source: IMDb

When Fritz goes on vacation, Duncan is chosen as temporary supervisor; his first order of business: make Tylor miserable; it doesn’t take long for them to squabble, set off old scream canisters, and accidentally cause a city-wide power outage.

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About Monsters at Work

Monsters at Work is an American computer-animated streaming television series. It serves as a sequel to the 2001 film Monsters, Inc. and is part of the Monsters, Inc. media franchise.

Set after the main events of Monsters, Inc. the city of Monstropolis is making the transition to be fuelled by the sound of laughter.

Tylor Tuskmon, a recent Scare Major graduate from Monsters University, working as a mechanic in the Facilities Team, dreams of working alongside his idols, Mike Wazowski and James P. “Sulley” Sullivan