Rick and Morty Season 5 Latest Details: Launch Date, Plot, and More


Rick and Morty is a praised American adult animated SF sitcom produced by Justin Roland and Dan Harmon for Cartoon Network’s programming block Adult Swim. 

The animated series follows the adventures of maverick and cynical scientists Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty Smith. The characters succeed in splitting their time between their Earth life and interdimensional adventures. Soon we’ll join Rick and Morty in another series of strange and impossible situations. Here is what you need to know about Rick and Morty’s season 5.

Rick and Morty Season 5 Launch Date and Expected Plot

The usual formula of Rick and Morty consists of the juxtaposition of two contrasting scenarios. An alcoholic and selfish grandfather taking his grandson into interdimensional adventures combined with domestic family drama. Dan Harmon, the show’s co-creator, has drawn the series as a cross between Matt Groening’s two shows, The Simpsons and Futurama, balancing heavy science fiction with family life. 

Rick and Morty are inspired by a British concept of storytelling instead of other more traditional American family TV stories. So, what we should expect from the next season?

Season 5 of Rick and Morty will air this year. According to the world’s current status in terms of the epidemic, the season’s launch is somehow left uncertain, putting us in a state of ambiguity. The animated series completed four seasons, with a total of 41 episodes. The last season aired on November 10, 2019, on Netflix. 

The fifth season launch will indeed resume streaming when considered possible. We don’t have many details about the next season’s plot. Dan Harmon, however, shared his thoughts on Instagram. His ideas involve Morty and boat, Jerry acting strange, building a cabin, and a few other awkward, but familiar elements. We can’t be sure about these thoughts, but let’s hope they’ll reach the series’ drawing board. More information should be released in the coming months. 

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