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The Co-Creator Of 'Rick And Morty' Has A Brand New Show

The Co-Creator Of 'Rick And Morty' Has A Brand New Show

It's no secret that we're huge fans of Rick And Morty here at LADBible. In fact, we're desperate for the second five episodes of season four to be released already, because the first five were, much like the rest of the show, pretty phenomenal, and we just can't get enough of the multiverse-traversing duo and their wacky, zany escapades. While we wait, though, this might be the next best thing:

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Pretty great, right? And pretty Rick And Morty-esque, too. That's because Solar Opposites - which is a great pun - comes from the twisted and absurd minds of Rick And Morty co-creator Justin Roiland and the show's former head writer Mike McMahan. Which you could probably tell just from watching the trailer.

Credit: Hulu
Credit: Hulu

The series itself follows the zany antics of a family of four aliens who escape the destruction of their homeland and crash-land on Earth where they'll have to start a brand new life.

Luckily for them, their spaceship lands on top of an empty house that's ready to move in. From there, it seems, carnage, mayhem and a whole lot of science-fiction (and human) fun - including (according to the trailer) man caves, recreational drugs, bullying, animal rights, zombie teenagers, magicians and black holes - begins.

There's also, it seems, something called 'the pupa'. And gooblers. No, we have no idea, either. Oh, and there's a lot of death as well. At least there is in the trailer. And it's all done with the grotesque lack of subtlety fans of Rick And Morty have come to love since the show began at the tail end of 2013.

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Credit: Hulu
Credit: Hulu

Roiland and McMahan posted a message about the series, writing: "Solar Opposites is coming! We can only show you the teaser right now, but the whole season will be out in a matter of weeks! Stay inside and stay healthy so you can watch and love this show and call us geniuses and all that shit."

When they say "a matter of weeks", what they actually mean is the whole series will be available to stream on Hulu on May 8, and also promises a host of big name guests. We cannot wait!

Featured Image Credit: Hulu

Topics: TV and Film, US Entertainment

Mischa Pearlman

Mischa is a freelance journalist usually based in either New York or London. He has written for Kerrang!, Record Collector, NME, the New York Observer and FLOOD magazine, among others. Contact him at [email protected]

 

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