We’re going to have to wait another week before we learn more about Kyle 2.0. For the second week in a row Rick and Morty is on hiatus, which means no new episode this Sunday.
Typically, when shows announce random mid-season breaks it’s surprising. For Rick and Morty it’s completely on brand. For Season 3 the series released Episode 1 months before airing the rest of the season. Season 4 was even odder, dividing its 10 episodes into two five episode chunks. Now we’re on Season 5 and the break between episodes is even less expected. Here’s everything you need to know about Rick and Morty Season 5, Episodes 9 and 10.
Is There a New Episode of Rick and Morty Tonight?
Sadly, no. We’re in Week 2 of the hiatus. Rick and Morty Season 5 will return with the final two episodes of Season 5 on Sunday, September 5. Instead of a new episode, Rick and Morty‘s regular Adult Swim time slot will air Episode 2, “Mortyplicity.”
Why Isn’t There a New Episode of Rick and Morty Tonight?
I mean, it’s Adult Swim we’re talking about. It’s probable that the network is delaying Season 5’s finale to boost ratings. It’s also possible that this is just another odd stunt from the network that once played the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie in a tiny corner of the screen with no sound. No matter why, Rick and Morty is on a break this week.
Can I Get a Rick and Morty Season 5, Episode 9 Countdown? When Is Rick and Morty Episode 9’s Release Date?
There are only two episodes left to go this season, and they’re both premiering on the same day. Episode 9, “Forgetting Sarick Mortshall”, will premiere on Sunday, September 5 and will immediately be followed by Episode 10, “Rickmurai Jack.” That’s Rick and Morty‘s first hourlong finale, folks. According to Episode 9’s description, the episode will be about “Two Crows, broh. These guys are mad smart.” Then there’s Episode 10’s mysterious description, “Tryin something new broh. Doin it big.” We have no idea what that big thing is, but we’re excited to learn.
How to Watch Rick and Morty Season 5
You can’t go into a finale without being prepared. Thankfully when it comes to Rick and Morty, you have several ways you can do your homework.
The first is the tried and true option: cable. If you still have a cable subscription, you have access to Adult Swim. You can either stalk Adult Swim’s schedule and pray new Rick and Morty episodes appear, or you can use your nifty cable log in on Adult Swim’s site or app. Episodes 1 through 6 are available for free on AdultSwim.com, but Episodes 7 and 8 are still locked.
What if you canceled your cable? Then the world of live TV skinny bundles is your friend. If you have YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, or Sling TV you’re set. Since they all come with Cartoon Network, they also have Adult Swim.
If neither of those options apply to you, you can always count on Adult Swim’s website and apps. Currently, the Adult Swim app is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, iOS, and Android. Thanks to any of those options you can watch Episodes 1 through 6 for free. As for the rest, there’s always a chance they’ll appear on Adult Swim’s 24/7 Rick and Morty livestream.
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