‘Rick and Morty’ is hands down one of the hottest TV shows these days. And the series is poised to make a well-anticipated comeback. Following the long wait, the Adult Swim masterpiece will premier its season 5 for its fans everywhere.
The series evolved with a brief spoof of Back to the Future and diagrams the misadventures of insane lab rat Rick – an alcoholic with severe sociopathic traits and his teenage grandson Morty.
How to watch Rick and Morty Season 5
So, let’s kick this off with the general intel we have. Rick and Morty will premier in the United States on June 20th, Sunday at 11 pm EST on Cartoon Network. The season 5 pilot episode will jump-start Adult Swim, so you enjoy the latest episodes via cable if you have an Adult Swim subscription.
Will ‘Rick and Morty’ Be Available to Stream on Hulu and HBO Max?
As of November 2020, the show has been available to stream on both Hulu and HBO Max. Unfortunately, the show’s latest episodes will not be available to watch on Hulu following the day the episode air on Tv. Based on what has transpired in the previous seasons, viewers may be able to stream Rick and Morty Season 5 on HBO Max and Hulu six months after the final episode airs.
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What Surprises Does the Season 5 Hold? Will we get a season?
As for this premiere, the pilot episode of the Rick and Morty Season 5 will be named “Mort Dinner Rick Andre.” The Fresh season will span over ten episodes, so fans have held their hopes high. Morty is expected to be at odds with his brainy Grandpa in the upcoming season, hinting that Morty might cut the cords with Rick for good. As usual, the series will include tons of pop culture references and snarky humor as well.
Voltron, Blade, and several other characters will help build the season arc Rick and Morty accends towards its sixth installment.
Rick and Morty released Season 5 Premiere on Youtube.
Yep, you heard it right; “Rick and Morty” is streaming on YouTube with all of its raw grandeur. The season 5 pilot episode is up on Youtube, and it doesn’t need to comply with cable sensors. You know what this means, right? This implies the series hoist some wild stuff in the pilot episode. So you may want to watch the stream even if you caught the Sunday night episode.