While the fans of Rick and Morty Season 5 still not over the news of Sarah Chalke’s clone that was confirmed in, we have one more news to brighten up your day.
The producers of the show have officially announced the release of season 5.
Rick and Morty is an American animated sitcom based on fictional science. The series is created by Justin Roiland for Cartoon Network.
The series has four seasons with a total of forty-one episodes. Now the creators of the show have declared the release of Rick and Morty Season 5.
Roiland who is the creator and has voiced two prominent characters of the series has confirmed the release himself.
There is no confirmation regarding the official release date of season 5. We rather have a release schedule. Recently, Roiland hinted that they might have one episode releasing every month.
With so much hype around, we are expecting the release of season five on Adult Swim, a cable network, shortly post finish of season 4.
Since episodes of season 4 are still in process, season five will surely release in 2021.
Season 5 is likely to have the same voice actors of the show. Roiland, the co-creator, will, as always, be voicing Rick and Morty, the two major characters of the show.
Other voice actors will include Sarah Chalke as Beth, Spencer Grammer as Sumner, and Chris Parnell as Jerry. Some new voice actors are likely to join the cast this time.
We have certain revelations about Rick and Morty that are made on the Instagram account of the creator, Dan Harmon but there is no plot summary. One can make predictions based on ideas.
For example, Morty might own a boat and Jerry might build a log cabin with hair.
Stay tuned for more updates on this TV show.