One of the biggest cult animated comedies is back after a long time away, with Rick and Morty returning to our screens once again.
Fans of the hit show have been waiting impatiently over the past 12 months since season four arrived in 2020.
Anticipation is higher than ever, especially as one of the most popular theories has been confirmed in season five.
There could soon be more Rick and Morty on the way soon, too, after makers confirmed a film version is in the pipeline.
Until then, there are 10 new episodes to look forward to over the coming weeks – and the episode titles have already been revealed.
Here’s everything you need to know.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 5 in the UK
Rick and Morty fans have been waiting impatiently for season 5 (Picture: Adult Swim)
While Rick and Morty’s fifth season will air on Adult Swim in the US, E4 is the place for UK viewers to catch up with new episodes.
Episode one will premiere tonight (Monday June 21) on E4 at 10pm UK time.
The new instalments will arrive weekly on Monday nights, and then be made available to watch for UK viewers with a TV licence on the All4 streaming service.
Each new episode air in the US a day earlier than the UK, so fans looking to avoid spoilers would be advised to stay away from social media while they wait.
The show is airing on E4 in the UK (Picture: Adult Swim)
The fourth run of the hit comedy came to an end on Adult Swim in the US last June, and fans are more ready than ever for it to return.
Dan Harmon has revealed the biggest change fans of Rick and Morty will see when it returns for season five, explaining he is ‘firmly against reset-button-hitting’.
According to Digital Spy, Harmon told press that viewers can expect to see the weird and wonderful cast of characters ‘grow and change’ as it moves to more serialised storytelling.
‘It’s really weird in animation because obviously Morty has to be 14 forever. Summer is 17 forever. Rick is whatever he is forever,’ he said.
The show airs on Monday, June 21 on E4 in the UK at 10pm.
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