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Rick and Morty: Plot, Cast, Number of Season, and Everything Else You Need to Know

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Rick and Morty is a well-known adult animated science-fiction series known for its Comedic style and philosophical characters. The show debuted on December 2, 2013, and follows the misadventures of a cynical mad scientist and his good-hearted but fretful grandson.

The show has been loved by fans since the beginning and is said to be a series of dark and sick sensibilities. It has received multiple awards, including Best Animated Series (2015, 2017), Best Comedic TV Performance (2017), Outstanding Animated Program (2018, 2020), and more.

The show centres on Rick Sanchez, an eccentric and alcoholic mad scientist who lives with his son Jerry and his family and Morty, his 14-year-old boy kind-hearted but an easily distressed grandson. The episodes have shown many Different versions of the characters.

The show has released six seasons from December 2, 2013, to December 11, 2022. It has aired 61 episodes with an average running time of 22 minutes. It stars the voices of Justin Roiland as Rick Sanchez C-137, Chris Parnell as Jerry Smith, Justin Roiland as Morty Smith Prime, Spencer Grammer as Summer Smith, Sarah Chalke as Beth Smith, Kari Wahlgren as Space Cruiser and more.

Rick and Morty comics debuted on April 1, 2015, and released six books. In 2022, Zack Snyder also expressed his interest in creating a film based on Rick and Morty. May 18, 2022, its spin-off series was also announced by Adult Swim. Takashi Sano will direct it. The characters also made a Cameo in an American live-action/animated sports comedy, Space Jam: A New Legacy.

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