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4 Seasons, 238 Episodes

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An animated series that follows the misadventures of an alcoholic scientist Rick and his overly nervous grandson Morty, who split their time between domestic family life and intergalactic travel. Often finding themselves in a heap of trouble that more often than not is created through their own actions.
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'Rick and Morty' Are 'Trapped in a Pringles Commercial' Just in Time For the Super Bowl

As the Bryan Cranston/Mountain Dew/”The Shining” nightmare has recently reinforced, no IP is safe from becoming fodder for a Super Bowl ad. That truth also extends to Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty,” a series whose relationship with other brands is… saucy, at best. But unlike the catalysts for a good deal of Super Bow... more Comments

Rick and Morty Recap: Snakes on a Planet - Grade the Midseason Finale

Rick and Morty wrapped its 2019 run on Sunday with series co-creator Justin Roiland’s favorite episode of Season 4… so far. In just four episodes, Rick and Morty‘s fourth season has taken us to some wild places, including an alternate reality ruled by fascist shrimp people and a deadly panel at HeistCon. And each adventure, from Glootie’s evil dating app to Morty’s “slut dragon” Balthromaw, has been more ridicul... more Comments

'Rick and Morty' Review: 'Rattlestar Ricklactica' Adds Space Snakes for a Packed Christmas Episode

There’s a point in this week’s midseason finale of “Rick and Morty” when Rick is (unsurprisingly) berating his grandson. In the midst of a paragraph-long rant about what kind of trouble they’re in, he snaps a snake over his knee like a slumping outfielder taking out his frustration on a baseball bat. Against the web of serpentine mayhem the pair have unleashed across dimensions, it’s entirely insignificant. (Any time you lose track of the number of snakes in a roo... more Comments

'Rick and Morty' Review: Dragon Tale 'Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty' Proves You Can Have Too Many Fantasies

Rick Sanchez is so often a character with seemingly superhuman abilities that “Rick and Morty” frequently feels like a magic show. His arsenal is endless, his plans so impossibly far-reaching that they feel like the product of a wand flick and not merely an advanced mind. So when this week’s episode of the show finds itself in a showdown with an actual mage, it’s hard to see where one ends and the other begins. By the end, it almost becomes a pointless distinction, but as ... more Comments

'Rick and Morty' Review: Heist Movie Riff 'One Crew Over The Crewcoo's Morty' Is a Glorious Double-Cross

Let’s start with one unassailable fact: Rick Sanchez is wrong about “Ocean’s Twelve.” Much like many other rants that fuel episodes of “Rick and Morty,” it’s rage that somehow morphs into an appreciation of the thing someone hates. The latest example comes in “One Crew Over The Crewcoo’s Morty,” an episode-length version of a space-set Soderberghian battle of wits between Rick and one of his creations. It all starts when an act o... more Comments

'Rick and Morty' Review: 'The Old Man and the Seat' Is a Concoction of Love and Bathrooms

For some reason, love never goes the right way in the world of “Rick and Morty.” More understandably, overreacting to a single slight never really does either. Two weeks into Season 4, the show has presented a pair of episodes that mix those two ideas to very different ends. It’s enough to form a pretty helpful thesis for the entire four-season series, how the inability to accept less than perfection can get in the way of meaningful relationships. The relative size or importance of these injustices don’t necessarily translat... more Comments

'Rick and Morty' Review: Season 4 Premiere 'Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat' Is a Bloody, Brilliant Reset

Years from now, when someone is catching up on “Rick and Morty” during an afternoon HBO Max binge, the Season 4 premiere will make for a curious stop. Much like the stealth Season 3 premiere, dropped on April Fool’s Day 2017 in an extreme case of committing to the bit, it’s hard to separate this episode from the context in which it arrives. The last new “Rick and Morty” episode came 25 months ago, and it’s easy to see this return to the air as both a... more Comments

Every Episode of 'Rick and Morty,' Ranked

If humanity lives long enough to see every future installment of “Rick and Morty” ordered under last year’s massive 70-episode renewal, we’re still barely over a quarter of the way through the show’s run. In just a handful of seasons, this animated series has gone from a relatively modest riff on interdimensional travel to a cultural force big enough to sustain an entire warehouse worth of merch possibilities. So far, these episodes have found its two central characters unle... more Comments

TVLine Items: #OneChicago Xover Trailer, This Is Us Promotion and More

[YouTube=EFZf7GFe1Bo] Prolific producer Dick Wolf on Monday released via Twitter the first trailer for NBC’s next #OneChicago crossover event. Airing Wednesday, Oct. 16, starting at 8/7c, the storyline involves the discover of deadly bacteria (on Chicago Fire) that takes its toll on numerous victims. In the Med installment, an apartment complex is forced into quarantine, after which P.D.‘s Intelligence Unit “wields a unique br... more Comments

TV News Roundup: Showtime Renews 'Couples Therapy' for Season 2

In today’s TV news roundup, “Rick and Morty” Season 4 gets a premiere date and Showtime renews “Couples Therapy.” CASTING Nat Faxon (“Disenchantment”) and ... more Comments

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