It’s been quite a long time since we last saw the misadventures of scientist Rick Sanchez and his nephew Morty Smith but is the wait going to be over soon? Will we get to see Rick and Morty Season 6? While we can’t wait to see what the future holds for Rick and Morty and how the story will unfold for our favorite characters and what will be their new adventures, here’s everything we know so far about Rick and Morty Season 6 and whether it’s happening or not.
Rick and Morty Season 6 Renewal Status
In 2020, Dan Harmon revealed at Adult Swim Con. that production has started rolling on seasons six and seven. “We’ve got all these writers out to script season 6, and we’ve spent the last couple of months with new writers talking about season 6,” Harmon said at the time.
“It’s a crazy situation to be in because this show has notoriously kept everyone behind schedule. The artists have always been waiting for scripts. And now, finally, we’re trying to change that game and have them always have something to draw, while we move ahead. And so we’re there now,” he said.
So, yes, there will be two more seasons of Rick and Morty. In August 2021, Cody Ziglar, a long-time collaborator for Adult Swim, tweeted that season 7 of Rick and Morty wrapped production. If Season 7 has wrapped up that means Season 6 must be wrapped too.
Check out the post below:
That’s a friggin’ wrap on Rick & Morty season 7. We all stared into the abyss & saw the face of God & It was a Gundam.
God is a Gundam & does the Naruto run. Unprecedented. pic.twitter.com/t6YAUWI6f6
— Zig (@yayforzig) August 7, 2021
Adult Swim’s Instagram account has also posted some hopeful reassurance that Rick and Morty Season 6 is, in fact, on the way.
Check out the post below:
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Rick and Morty Season 6 Trailer
There is no official trailer for Rick and Morty Season 6 but according to the available information and rumors, the show will release somewhere around late 2022. Unfortunately, we don’t have a release date yet but it is confirmed that the show is coming sometime very soon.
Rick and Morty Season 6 Expected Plot
Season 5 ended with Evil Morty blowing up The Citadel and destroying the Central Finite Curve. That newly introduced construct was used by Ricks to wall off any realities and universes that didn’t feature a version of Rick that wasn’t the smartest person in that universe. Evil Morty has made a way towards one such universe where Rick isn’t the top scientist, the question is what could he find there? How is it going to affect Morty and Rick?
Evil Morty has also created a problem for Rick as Rick C-137 won’t be able to freely hop across the multiverse due to portal fluid used in his master plan. It will be very interesting to see how the story will take turns from these events and what will be the next adventures of Rick and Morty.
Rick and Morty Season 6 Cast
Talking about the cast, as far as we know, the regulars are back and locked in for Rick and Morty Season 6. That means Justin Roiland is reprising his roles as both Rick and Morty. Sarah Chalke should return as Beth alongside Chris Parnell as Jerry and Spencer Grammer as Summer. Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Joel McHale have all had a part to play in the series. The show has started using guest stars more liberally in recent years. The likes of Elon Musk, Taika Waititi, and Steve Buscemi have appeared across the past two seasons. Given the show’s popularity, we can expect the same caliber again in season 6 of Rick and Morty but no official cast has been announced as yet.
Rick and Morty have been entertaining us for over eight years and needless to say, fans are beyond excited for more space-related memes and waiting for any news related to the new season of Rick and Morty but don’t worry we’ll keep you updated on every new information or news available on the upcoming season of Rick and Morty.
How many episodes will be there in Rick and Morty Season 6?
Rick and Morty Season 6 is expected to have 10 episodes just like the previous 4 seasons.
Where to watch Rick and Morty?
Rick and Morty is available on the Adult Swim website and also on Hulu.
Is Rick and Morty on Netflix?
Yes. All 5 Seasons of Rick and Morty are currently streaming on Netflix.