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Rick and Morty season 5 teases ‘epic canon’ coming and we’re ready for it

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Rick and Morty is about to go canon guys (Picture: Adult Swim)

Rick and Morty fans, prepare to get schwifty, as there’s some fan canon coming your way that we know you’re going to get hyped over in season 5.

Creator Dan Harmon spoke about the upcoming episodes at Adult Swim’s virtual 2020 festival, during a global celebration of the juggernaut that is Rick and Morty.

The exciting news comes after Harmon stated that the show’s new installments were actually coming along nicely – bizarrely, thanks to Covid.

Appearing alongside writer Scott Marder at the new virtual festival, the pair teased that they were going back to their roots, and trading in standalone episodes for a more straight story.

During the chat, Marder teased: ‘There’s epic canon in season five coming. Fans are gonna like get knocked over by the canon we’re about to hit them with.

‘All the stuff we’re doing is so awesome.’

Season five is already way underway thanks to lockdown (Picture: Adultswim)

That is some fighting talk there!

While we don’t know the full ins and outs of what to expect, we know that it’s going to somewhat involve Beth (voiced by Sarah Chalke), and her space alter-ego.

Or is it a clone? Therein lies the mystery.

Harmon added: ‘There’s pretty groovy things coming regarding Beth… Space Beth was not a one-off character.’

In fact it’s going so well that the team have already shared production clips of early shots of the series so far.

So maybe we won’t be held out so long this time for a new season…

Rick and Morty airs on Adult Swim in the US, and E4 and Netflix in the UK. 


Credit: Original article published here.

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