Rick & Morty Season 5 First-Look Clip Revealed at Comic-Con@Home!

Rick and Morty Season 5 First-Look Clip Revealed at Virtual Adult Swim Con!

There may have been an two-year gap between the third and fourth seasons of the acclaimed Adult Swim animated hit but it looks like fans won’t have to wait long for the fifth season of Rick and Morty as the creators of the series have debuted a first-look clip from it at the virtual Adult Swim Con! Check out the clip in the player below!

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In addition to debuting the first look at the next season, creator and executive producer Dan Harmon has confirmed that the writers room and voice cast have finished with season 5 and are currently at work writing season 6, while also noting that of all the possible crossovers he’s considered over the years, he’s been considering a BoJack Horseman crossover, should the stars align.

Created and executive produced by Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland (Adventure Time), Rick and Morty is a half-hour animated series that follows a sociopathic genius scientist who drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe. The voice cast is consists of Justin Roiland as Rick and Morty, Sarah Chalke as Beth, Chris Parnell as Jerry, Spencer Grammer as Summer.

In Season 4, Rick Sanchez (Justin Roiland) is still living with his daughter Beth’s (Sarah Chalke) family and causing more trouble than ever. This season the rest of the family, his son-in-law Jerry (Chris Parnell), grand-daughter Summer (Spencer Grammer) and grandson Morty (Justin Roiland) are dragged into Rick’s intergalactic adventures, as he faces new threats and mysteries of his secret past are revealed. Can the family survive Rick’s insanity and all the chaos the universe throws at them?

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Taika Waititi (The Mandalorian, What We Do in the Shadows), Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), Paul Giamatti (Billions) and Kathleen Turner (Romancing the Stone) appeared as guest voices in Season 4.

Rick and Morty had been previously renewed for 70 episodes, spread out over an undetermined amount of seasons, although a typical Rick and Morty season is 10 episodes. Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon have stated that there will be a serialized element to every episode of Season 4, while each will feature a strong story that stands on its own as well.


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