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Rick And Morty Season Five UK Release Date Confirmed

Amelia Ward

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Rick And Morty Season Five UK Release Date Confirmed

Featured Image Credit: Adult Swim

It's confirmed - Rick and Morty season five will be available to watch in the UK from Monday 21 June.


One new episode per week will be shown on E4, with the season premiering at 10pm on 21 June.

Back in March, it was revealed that it would air in the US a day earlier, on 20 June.

However, UK fans were kept guessing, hoping that they wouldn't be left hanging for too long.

We won't have to wait too much longer to see what the new season has in store, but Adult Swim and the creators of the show have remained as tight-lipped as ever.

With 70 more episodes of the show ordered by Adult Swim back in 2018 - at the start of the fourth season - we're in for at least another few.

Credit: Adult Swim
Credit: Adult Swim

Producer Scott Marder, writer Dan Harmon and Spencer Grammer - the voice of Summer - spoke with LADbible during a roundtable interview earlier this week, when they were asked about the possibility of a feature length Rick and Morty film.

Scott, who has also worked on It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, explained: "It'd be daunting, I wouldn't be shocked if there was one that comes down the pipe one day.

"I feel like every episode is a movie. I'd like to see what a movie would be, I feel like we pack so much in.

"It'd have to be pretty epic."

Spencer added: "It'd have to be something so big - like a 3D interactive movie that also has a theme park. I don't know if you could just do a straight movie.

"There are those 4D movie theatres in New York City."

Scott added: "I think it will happen. I do think it will happen."

When questioned by Spencer on whether it would be live action, he said it would be animated.

At this stage, no plans are in place, but with Justin Roiland - the voice of the titular characters - also saying he'd be up for it, it seems it's more a matter of 'when', not 'if'.

During a separate roundtable event, Sarah Chalke - the voice of Beth - said that season six is currently being recorded, while season seven is also underway.

Sarah, who previously played Elliot in Scrubs, also confirmed that she would be happy to do the show for as long as she could.

When asked about the future of her role, Sarah told LADbible she would continue the show 'forever and ever, in every multiverse and every other dimension'.

Topics: TV and Film, Rick and Morty

Amelia Ward
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