Rick And Morty Season 5: Remember when we had to wait two long years for Rick and Morty to come back after season three? The drought has left some of the fans in pretty dark depths, but thankfully we don’t have to wait long for season 5.
When Adult Swim first declared that season four would occur, it also confirmed that 70 more episodes were on the way. There is nothing smarter than that.
While the next season is not ready to begin, we know a lot more than you think. So brace yourself and scale down as we go through a portal and reveal everything you should know about the Rick and Morty season five.
When season four was renewed, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland spoke with EW about the upcoming episodes, confirming that “the plan has always been to get them out faster.”
Harmon said: “I think it’s okay to speak without fear that the gap between seasons three and four is the longest and the last time it’s that song is bizarre. I don’t know how fast it can be done this, but we know it will never be that long again. “
“We are writing season five at the end of season four to force ourselves to stick to a certain schedule,” Harmon explained. “It’s not supposed to give anyone hope, but it’s structured in our agreement that there are options to deliver more episodes at once if we do it quickly.”
When we first read the interview, we assumed that if the team manages to stay on track, the fifth season could come earlier than expected, and we think it could even air in April 2020, as in previous seasons.
However, April 2020 came without the season four finale (it finally ended in May).
In June, we received a status update for the fifth season.
Rick and Morty Casting Season 5: Who’s Returning?
The usual cast is expected to return in season five, although they will have to build beds for that.
This means that creator Justin Roiland has his hands full again, voicing Rick and Morty’s main characters. Scrubs’ Sarah Chalke will play Beth (or Beth’s clone), Chris Parnell will take on Jerry, and Spencer Grammer will round out the Smith family as Summer.
Roiland is likely to speak to Mr. Poopybutthole again and believe that our yellow friend could be a Morty from another dimension. Oh, yes, of course.