Back in 2013, the adult animated series Rick And Morty debuted on Adult Swim. It is created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon who are also the executive producers of the series alongside Mike McMahan. It tells the story of crazy scientist Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty Smith and their interdimensional adventures. It is a top-rated animated series that also got many awards, including one Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Series.
The fourth season completed broadcasting episodes on Adult Swim in May 2020. Now everyone is waiting for the fifth season and they are wondering if they will get it or not. So below are all the important details for season 5:
Renewal Status For Rick And Morty Season 5
So we have very great news for all of the fans as the fifth season is officially happening. Adult Swim has already ordered a total of 70 episodes that also includes the season 5. The creators also started working on the fifth season. We will also get more seasons in the future.
The creators already said that the characters did not age because they are imaginary, so Rick and Morty will last for a long time. Rick and Morty is already very much successful it is receiving love very much from the audiences.
First Look Of Rick And Morty Season 5
The first look is already revealed for the fifth season of the animated series. Co-creator Dan Harmon has shared some footage from season 5 throughout the virtual press conference of Rick and Morty back in July 2020. The first look is amazing and it is also introducing Mr Nimbus, Rick’s supposed nemesis.
Have a look at the two-minute clip of the fifth season of the adult animated series Rick and Morty:
More Details For Rick And Morty Season 5
There is no release date set for the fifth season but it will also not take more time to appear like the fourth season. The creators have promised that they will come up with the fifth season soon. These stars will lend their voices for the characters that will appear in the fifth season: Justin Roiland as Rick and Morty, Chris Parnell as Jerry, Sarah Chalke as Beth, and Spencer Grammer as Summer.