Fire up Rick your teleporter gun and Morty season five is currently occurring and it might become.
A whopping 70 episodes of the hit animated series had been ordered by US broadcaster Adult Swim, which means that you may expect a lot more mind-bending misadventures from tv’s premier odd bunch.
Previously, we’ve had to endure long waits between every season, but the creative team behind the show appears to be working to a consistent schedule now than in previous years — or at least they were before the coronavirus pandemic struck.
Here’s everything you want to know about Rick and Morty season five…
When is Rick and Morty Season 5 Releasing?
Co-creator Roiland who’s also the voice actor for two characters in the show revealed that Season 5 is mostly almost done and will arrive soon from the standards of this series’ release calendar that was typical.
He also discussed the show problem, stating that he’s pushing for Season 5 to air 1 episode a month and make it into this expected thing so the show remains alive for a whole calendar year.
Irrespective of if the show will gradually follow this monthly schedule item, we know that Season 5 is nearly finished which means we will get to see it anytime soon now, and won’t need to wait as long as we did for Season 4. Remain anticipated and we will bring the updates!
What’s going to happen in Rick and Morty period 5?
Given the episodic nature of the show — and that period four has episodes airing — little is understood about season five besides that it will feature the sci-fi shenanigans.
There are still plenty of dangling threads, however — specifically, we’re hoping they follow up on the activities of a particular Evil Morty…
Cast: Who Will Return?
It’s a Justin Roiland will again voice Morty in addition to Rick. Other voice cast members include Sarah Chalke (Beth), Spencer Grammer (Summer), Chris Parnell (Jerry), among many others.
It has also been reported that Justin Roiland will be expressing another personality Poopybutthole.