When does New Rick and Morty come out?
Release. The season premiered on June 20, 2021. Justin Roiland, who voices the two main characters, said that he would like to air one episode a month, so as to lengthen the time that the show is on the air. He reiterated this in March 2021. wikipedia.orgRick and Morty (season 5)
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You can never really know what an episode of Rick and Morty is going to be about, but up until now we’ve had clues. We’ve known about Mr. Nimbus since 2020’s San Diego Comic-Con. The trailer for “Mortyplicity” teased the decoy twist. And series co-creator Dan Harmon talked about Planetina before Season 5’s premiere. This is the first episode this year that has us going in blind. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Rick and Morty Season 5, Episode 4.
Almost halfway through. This Sunday, July 11, marks the premiere of Rick and Morty Season 5 Episode 4. This new episode is titled “Rickdependence Spray” and its logline is, “No shame broh. We all do it broh.” Considering the episode’s teaser trailer featured Morty eyeing a horse breeding mount, we’re terrified to know what that means.
You know how it goes. The only way to avoid spoilers is to watch live. New episodes of Rick and Morty premiere on Adult Swim Sundays at 11/10c p.m. Tune in for Rick and Morty but stay watching for Tuca & Bertie at 11:30/10:30c p.m.
No matter how you cut it you’re going to need access to Adult Swim. The easiest way to do that is to have a cable subscription. Tune your TV to Cartoon Network this Sunday, and you’re all set to watch. What if you’re going to be away from your TV but you still have cable? Not a problem. If you enter your cable username and password into the Adult Swim’s website or the Adult Swim app you can watch Rick and Morty live from anywhere.
There’s another option for you pseudo cord cutters out there. Most live TV skinny bundles, including YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and Sling TV, come with Cartoon Network, which means they have Adult Swim.
Still out of luck? Then here’s hoping Adult Swim feels for you. Sometimes the network will post episodes of its originals for free on Adult Swim’s website. Right now “Mort Dinner Rick Andre” is on AdultSwim.com and YouTube. Unfortunately that doesn’t apply to Episodes 2 and 3, which are both under cable lockdown. Worst case scenario you can always look out for “Rickdependence Spray” during Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty 24/7 live stream.
Seasons 1 through 4 are currently on Hulu. But Season 5 is only available through Hulu’s live TV skinny bundle, Hulu + Live TV. Eventually Rick and Morty Season 5 is expected to go Hulu’s basic plans, but it will only arrive after this season’s VOD and blackout period have ended.
Altogether there will be 10 episodes in this new season. That means we’re close to halfway done with this latest installment. Time really flies, huh?
At the moment there are five seasons of Rick and Morty, but more are on the way. In 2018 Adult Swim announced the sci-fi comedy had been renewed for an additional 70 episodes. Since every season of the show is typically composed of 10 episodes, that means by the end of this season we will still have 50 episodes to go. So five seasons down, five more to go at minimum.
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Rick and Morty has also enjoyed its time playing with its own multiverse, especially as it applies to variants of the two lead characters and their family. In episode 3 of the current season, titled "A Rickconvenient Mort," Rick brings his niece, Summer, to a few different planets that are set to soon experience an apocalypse. Despite his promise to Summer that this trip was supposed to be only for partying, Rick ends up in an unlikely romance with an alien from one of the doomed planets.
In SR's recent interview with Waldron, he spoke about the chatter that has been circulating about the similarities between the two shows. He admitted that when he got involved with Loki that he was still going to be working with a multiverse in similar ways that he did with Rick and Morty. However, he noted that he's kept in touch with Rick and Morty co-creator, Dan Harmon. Additionally, he didn't express feeling as if he stole from that show. See below for his full statement:
The Disney+ series and the Adult Swim show both deliver on what they seek to accomplish, although their similarities have become increasingly more difficult to ignore. The multiverse theories, nexus events, and apocalypses are discussed across both shows. However, their tone is quite different. While Loki certainly has plenty of moments with comic relief, Rick and Morty displays a lot of its adult humor throughout. Loki still very much fits within the context of the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while Rick and Morty is much more heavy-handed with its tonal shifts that move between vulgar humor and dark themes that can feel like a punch to the gut.