Season 6 of Rick and Morty is in the works, but the information is scarce at the moment. However, there is an official confirmation that additional content is on the way, so we know we have something to look forward to, regardless of when it arrives. Indeed, there is a fair bit of material available regarding Rick and Morty’s upcoming season, even though there is still no trailer.
We’ve included everything you need to know about Rick and Morty season 6 right here, from the cast list to production updates, a summary of previous seasons, a look at what the new episodes may cover, and even our own suggestions for what we want to see. To catch up on everything Rick and Morty, continue reading our definitive guide to the new season of the hit animated program. Let us become shrewd!
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When will Rick and Morty season 6 premiere?
Now that the creators are free to write new episodes without waiting for renewal, it appears as though Rick and Morty’s release schedule will resume a more consistent pattern. The broadcaster revealed a 2022 premiere at Rick and Morty’s exclusive panel during the Adult Swim Festival 2021 in November (via ScreenRant).
That’s the closest we’ve come to an exact date, although season six may potentially premiere a year after season five concludes, in the summer of 2022. However, do not place all your shackles on that just yet. Adult Swim might also surprise us with an early release date or perhaps change the schedule so that episodes are released more infrequently.
Justin Roiland, the show’s co-creator, previously suggested showing each chapter one month apart to give his team breathing room. Who is to say that Rick and Morty will not attempt this at some point, or at the very least, release some holiday-themed specials in advance? For Valentine’s Day, we’d order a Pickle Rick.
Who will return for Rick and Morty season 6?
No matter which dimension we might be in, Rick and Morty just don’t work without Rick and Morty. That means Justin Roiland will undoubtedly repeat his two starring roles in season 6, but who will he be joined by?
Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, and Spencer Grammer are all but certain to return in their respective roles as Jerry, Beth, and Summer Smith. Chalke will almost certainly reprise her roles as Beth and Space Beth, her possible clone.
Other guest actors who could reappear in season 6 include:
- Kari Wahlgren as Jessica.
- Keith David as the President of the United States.
- Dan Harmon as Birdperson/Phoenixperson and also Mr. Nimbus.
- Alison Brie as Planetina.
- Christina Ricci is Princess Poñeta, the princess of the CHUD.
- Darren Criss as Bruce Cutback.
Mr. Poopybutthole also reappeared towards the conclusion of season five, so we expect Justin Roiland to reprise this character in the future, if only for another annual update on his love life.
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Rick and Morty Season 6 Storyline Speculation:
The final two episodes of Season 5 established some enormously major narrative twists that have the potential to permanently alter the show going forward, but let’s take a step back and reflect on some significant events from earlier in the season.
The Season 4 finale’s Beth Variant, dubbed “Space Beth,” still exists somewhere in the show’s regular timeline, but she did not return in Season 5. Planetina, Morty’s girlfriend who possesses similar skills to Captain Planet, is also still around following an early Season 5 episode devoted to their courtship.
Both of these characters, as well as Naruto, the enormous incest baby created from Morty and Summer’s DNA, may return.
Birdperson has also fully resurrected from the dead, so he may appear from time to time. Notably, in the Season 5 finale, Evil Morty sacrificed the Citadel and the majority of the Mortys and Ricks on board in order to shoot himself out of the Central Finite Curve and into the wider cosmos.
In this episode, we learned that Rick C-137 (the series’ main Rick) assisted in the design of the Citadel and helped construct a wall around a sector of the multiverse that separated all realities in which Rick was the brightest man from the others. Morty the Evil essentially escaped. Rick’s portal fluid supply may also be deleted as of a result of the Citadel’s destruction.
At the very end of the Season 5 finale, he tosses an empty portal gun to the ground while they fly away aboard a section of the Citadel. The portal technology may cease to function entirely.
Additionally, the Central Finite Curve may have been destroyed. Season 6’s early episodes will have to address several of these issues fairly quickly.
Rick and Morty Season 6 Trailer Update:
Don’t expect a trailer for season 6 until later in 2022, as we rarely see finished footage until a few months before the show’s release date.
We saw an early animatic for the season 5 opener more than a year before the show aired – but we’re hoping it won’t be quite as long between the trailer and the season’s release this time.
The Adult Swim Festival, which often takes place in November, is our best hope for our first peek at season 6. For now, have a look at the trailer for season 5.
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