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Rick And Morty Season 5: Netflix Release Updates

Rick and Morty is an American animated series that was first released on 2nd December 2013. The creators of this animated series are Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. Rick and Morty have completed four seasons. This animated series is conceptualized on the story and adventures of the Smith Household.

This animated series was first released on Netflix. After the success of the 1st season and the love and support it got from the fans, the Rick and Morty landed with a rating of 94 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.


The story revolves around Rick Sanchez, a depressed alcoholic, abusive, mad person who has returned to his daughter’s life after two decades of being away from the husband and wife. He finds her daughter married to an incompetent husband named Jerry, and both share the life with two kids, Summer, the elder daughter, who is a very worried teen who keeps looking to have more friends at school. Morty, the youngest boy in the family, is an anxious, quiet, and a sweet boy.

Rick And Morty Season 5
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Release date of Rick and Morty season 5

Season 1 of Rick and Morty was released in 2013 with 11 episodes. With the success and more demand of fans, season 2 was released in 2015. And then the season 3 and 4 came out on 2017 and 2019 with 11 episodes each.

The new season looks to be delayed because of the Pandemic. Earlier it was declared that the season 5 could be released in 2024. Some of the sources say that now the season 5 may land in the earliest of 2024. But the creators have not confirmed the release date officially.


Justin Roiland and Sarah Chalke will voice Rick, Morty, and Beth. Parnell will voice for Jerry, Spencer Grammer, to be Summer. Roiland to be crying for Poopybutthole also. No new stars have been signed for the new season as of now.

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