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Rick and Morty: The Emmy-Winner Sci-Fi Series Bagged the Release Date for its 6th Season

The official Twitter handle of Rick and Morty shared the announcement of the upcoming season

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Khushant Runghe
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UNITED STATES: Rick and Morty’s fifth season wrapped with a startling disclosure, and the final episode left all viewers obsessed with its theme. Finally, Adult Swim has announced the upcoming season’s premiere date.

The show centres on Rick and Morty’s classic adventures

The sitcom serves as animated series that is definitely not for kids. The R-rated sci-fi series follows the adventures of technological genius Rick Sanchez and his idiotic yet kind-hearted grandchild Morty Smith. The duo embarks on a humorous and perilous journey across the galaxy, parallel universes, and everything associated with higher scientific concepts.

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Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon created the adult sci-fi sitcom for Cartoon Network’s night-time cable TV channel, Adult Swim. The series’ voice cast includes Justin Roiland, Dan Harmon, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, Sarah Chalke, and Kari Wahlgren.

Rick and Morty’s upcoming season release date announcement

September 2021 marked the conclusion of the series’ fifth season. The jaw-dropping finale left fans wanting more of the series. Now the wait is over; the makers of Rick and Morty have unveiled the release date of the sixth season.

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Rick and Morty’s official Twitter account announced the release date of the new season. The tweet read, “Ripped and ready-Season 6 coming September 4th.” The post included a hilarious poster of the sci-fi duo posing with their six-pack abs.

The whimsical sci-fi spin on the animated series delighted critics. In 2020, the show won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program. The series has amassed a tremendous fan base since the premiere of the pilot episode. The sci-fi sitcom usually incorporates Rick and Morty’s classic escapades, mixed with easter eggs and references from popular films, as well as a unique parody twist that is fascinating and enjoyable to watch.

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In May, the makers announced a spinoff, “Rick and Morty: The Anime”. Takashi Sanok, well known for his work on the film Tower of God, will direct the spinoff, consisting of ten episodes. Vindicators 2 has also joined the Rick and Morty spinoff list. Adult Swim’s YouTube channel has a free stream of the entertaining superhero series.

Rick and Morty is available on HBO Max in the United States. In India, the show is accessible on Netflix.

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