Recently, news about season 6 of Rick and Morty has been everywhere. There’s a new trailer, quotes from co-creator Dan Harmon, and a lot of talk about the September 4 premiere, which will have much to do with the show’s canon.
Below is all the latest news about Rick and Morty’s upcoming sixth season and some excellent ideas about what will happen after Evil Morty blew up the Citadel last year.
Rick and Morty’s season 6 release date is confirmed.
Rick and Morty season 6 has an official date for when it will come out. The animated show will start on Sunday, September 4 at 11 p.m. ET/PT on Adult Swim. The channel will show new episodes once a week.
Rick and Morty season 6 Cast
As far as we know, all the regulars will be back for season 6 of Rick and Morty. That means Justin Roiland is playing both Rick and Morty again, which is probably bad for his vocal cords. Chris Parnell is back as Jerry, and Spencer Grammer is back as Summer. Sarah Chalke is back as Beth.
Recently, the show has started using guest stars more often. Over the last two seasons, people like Elon Musk, Taika Waititi, and Steve Buscemi have been on the show. We can expect the same level of quality in season 6 of Rick and Morty, which hasn’t been announced as of this writing.
We’re also still waiting for Dan Harmon to fully honor Community, the cult comedy he made before this one. With a few exceptions, almost all of the main characters from Greendale’s study group have appeared in Rick and Morty. Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Joel McHale have all been in the series. Yvette Nicole Brown and Danny Pudi might not be too far behind, but it might be harder to get Donald Glover.
The story of season 6 of Rick and Morty
The last episode of each season of Rick and Morty usually shakes things up. In past years, the show has introduced Space Beth, killed off Birdperson, and put Rick in space jail. Season five somehow topped all that, and it could be setting up a sixth season that is either crazier or calmer. It shows how crazy the show’s premise is that either of those things could happen.
Need to review? Evil Morty blew up The Citadel and destroyed the Central Finite Curve at the end of Season 5. Rick used this new thing to block off any realities and universes where Rick wasn’t the most competent person. Not only has that been destroyed, but Evil Morty has also made it possible for there to be a universe where Rick isn’t in charge. What was he going to find there? It probably won’t go well, and “our” Rick and Morty won’t catch up to him soon.
Because Evil Morty’s master plan involved portal fluid, there is a genuine chance that Rick C-137 won’t be able to hop around the multiverse freely. This is true for all of the Ricks we’ve seen on the show. So, will be talked about changes in the first episode of season 6. Dan Harmon says they’re putting all their eggs in the canon basket for that episode.
“Do you ever have to stop thinking about the hypothetical new viewer who walks in off the street and starts with [the season 6 premiere]? I think it’s nice sometimes to think of it as a zero-sum game and say, “Look, that person’s not going to like this; there’s going to be too much canon. Maybe they’ll appreciate the show’s tone and be inspired to catch up by watching the previous season, but let’s do this for everyone who’s been waiting. The change adds a lot of finality to a show that often ignores logic and doesn’t care about natural consequences.
Rick might have to walk on eggshells for a while because he doesn’t get a second chance this time. Evil Morty, on the other hand, is unlikely to be the main focus of the next season. Still, his adventures could go on forever now that we know Rick’s portal-hopping antics in recent seasons were blocked by the Central Finite Curve. Or, since everything on the show is usually a joke about itself, everything will be back to normal by the second minute of the season six premiere.
Rick and Morty season 6 The trailer is here.
We had to wait a long time, but the Rick and Morty season 6 trailer is finally here, and it’s just as exciting as we’d hoped. The trailer is busy and full of hints and teases about the Smith family’s upcoming adventures. Summer does a Die Hard, Rick seems to be going after Evil Morty, and there’s a reference to Roy: A Life Well Lived.