It’s not hard to understand why Rick and Morty is one of the most-watched animated series in the multiverse. Whether you enjoy the high-tech sci-fi shenanigans or the funny language, you’ll be looking forward to your next dose of Adult Swim’s most prominent breakout success. In this article, we shall discuss Rick and Morty Season 6 Part 2.
However, the show’s ability to keep to a strict schedule has never been a strength, and before this season, fans had to wait years between episodes. The good news is that this appears to be changing, and the newest action-packed season debuted on schedule. We’re now on break because season 6 has unexpectedly been broken into two parts.
Release Date of the second part
At 11 p.m. EST on September 4, 2022, the first episode of Season 6 premiered.
The quickest turnaround to date, it’s been almost precisely a year since the season 5 finale aired. For those following track, this is also the first time a season has started airing in September.
We received an unexpected announcement of a midseason break after six episodes had already aired. Beginning on November 20th, 2022, the final four episodes will air.
Where to watch Rick and Morty?
Both HBO Max and Hulu will stream Rick and Morty, which will show on Adult Swim in the US. Before being released on Netflix later, new episodes in the UK will first air on E4 and All 4.
Rick and Morty season 6 part 2 Episode count
Like the previous several seasons, season 6 will include a total of ten episodes. There were originally supposed to be 11 episodes in this season, however, it now appears that there won’t be that many.
Following are the episode names and anticipated air dates for Rick and Morty Season 6 Part 2 Episodes:
- Nov. 20, 2022 – Ricktional Mortpoon’s: Rickmas Mortcation
- Nov. 27, 2022 – Full meta Jackrick
- Dec. 4, 2022 – A Rick in King Mortur’s Mort
- Dec. 11, 2022 – Analyze Piss
What to expect from Season 6 Part 2?
Officially, there is a synopsis for Rick and Morty Season 6 Part 2, but it is just as hazy and disorganized as the two of their typical adventures:
“Rick and Morty have returned for Season 6! Where we left them off, they would pick up looking worse for wear and having bad luck. Do they have what it takes to recover and embark on new adventures? They might drown in a sea of feces, or they might not! Who is to say? Piss! Family! Intrigue! dinosaurs in large numbers! Piss more! Your favorite program returns for another season you can’t miss.”
Therefore, while the summary is intriguing, it is not particularly insightful. What is certain is that there are still several storylines from the season 5 finale that need to be resolved.
The previous season’s final episode had Evil Morty destroying the Citadel of Ricks and all of its various multiverse Rick and Morty residents to escape the Central Finite Curve. It was a rather intense way for the season to come to a close.
Due to the fact that the portal gun they were using required fluid from the now-destroyed Citadel, our original Rick and Morty were left stranded in space as a result. Before they get on all the dinosaurs and, um, piss, our adventurers will need to fix that.
The Cast of the upcoming installment
In season 6, the regular team is back, which means:
Rick and Morty are portrayed by Justin Roiland (Solar Opposites).
Jerry is played by Chris Parnell. Beth by Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammar, played by Summer.
Along the way, we’re sure to encounter many more fascinating and exotic species, including Jessica, played by Kari Wahlgren (Kung Fu Panda), Birdperson, played by Dan Harmon (HarmonQuest), and many others.
Is there any official trailer?
Wormageddon: A Citadel Secret was the title of the enigmatic teaser that was initially shown to us. It depicts an enigmatic egg floating in a container filled with what seems like portal gun fluid. Maybe connected to the prehistoric creatures discussed earlier? Time will tell, but it indeed appears to be a Yoshi egg, at least to us.
Then, Adult Swim aired a trailer for the show, but it was never published online. It’s a good thing, though, that Swimpedia on Twitter was able to see it and spread the information. Recently Adult Swim released a video on YouTube about Rick and Morty Season 6 Part 2 which says Season 6 will return.
Rick and Morty Season 7 updates
Adult Swim had already scheduled 70 episodes of Rick and Morty in May 2018. The episodes of seasons 4, 5, and 6 are subtracted from this total, leaving us with at least 39 more episodes to see. That probably indicates that we’ll receive 10 seasons from this episode order, and there’s a good potential that Adult Swim will ask for more if the show’s popularity increases.
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