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Rick and Morty season 5 premiere free to watch on YouTube now

Rejoice, Rick and Morty fans, the season 5 premiere is on YouTube now. That means you can meet Rick's watery nemesis Mr. Nimbus without an HBO Max or Hulu subscription. The new season began Sunday on Adult Swim. Season 5 episode 1, titled Mort Dinner Rick Andre, guest stars Jim Gaffigan, and you can see it on the Adult Swim YouTube channel.
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Rick and Morty: Season 5 Premiere - "Mort Dinner Rick Andre" Review

Note: this is a spoiler-free review of the Season 5 premiere of Rick and Morty, which debuts on Adult Swim on Sunday, June 20 at 11pm ET. Rick and Morty deserves a lot of credit for going out of its way to portray Rick Sanchez as a toxic, deeply unhappy person. As much as some misguided fans like to prop him up as an edgy, nihilistic, Szechuan Sauce-addicted role model, at the end of the day Rick is kind of a loser. He’s certainly the architect of his own misery. Season 5 gets off to a strong start by once again poking holes in Rick’s carefree facade and allowing Morty to shine outside his grandfather’s shadow.
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'Rick and Morty' Season 5 premieres

(CNN) — One year after Season 4, "Rick and Morty" is back with Season 5. Rick's nemesis Mr. Nimbus has returned in "Mort Dinner Rick Andre," a take on "My Dinner With Andre." Morty had crash-landed Rick's ship in the ocean, and Mr. Nimbus comes over in an attempt to...
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In Rick and Morty's Season 5 Premiere, a Greasy Clone of Marvel's Namor Stood Tall

Rick and Morty’s Rick Sanchez has made a number of enemies during his travels across the multiverse, and while many of them have fancied themselves his intellectual equal, he’s usually found a way to disabuse them of that notion before the end of each episode. But with Mr. Nimbus, a new character introduced in Rick and Morty’s season five premiere, things are different.
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‘Rick And Morty’ season five to arrive on HBO GO this month

HBO has announced that the upcoming fifth season of Rick And Morty will premiere on streaming service HBO GO within Southeast Asia on June 21. The date coincides with the season’s premiere in the United States, meaning viewers will be able to watch the show concurrently with the rest of the world upon its release. June 21 has also been dubbed “Global Rick And Morty Day”, according to a press release.
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‘Rick and Morty’ Season 5’s Episode Titles Have Been Released

We may have a little less than a month before we start seeing new episodes of Rick and Morty, but we now have a better look at what’s to come. Today, the official Rick and Morty Twitter account released all 10 episodes titles for Season 5. And the forced puns are strong with this one.
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Sarah Chalke Teases What's To Come In Rick And Morty Season 5 Ahead Of Premiere

Rick and Morty Season 5 is on the way, and while fans are always excited for new episodes of the Adult Swim series, this season feels different. Creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon still have more guaranteed seasons after this, which means there's an opportunity to set up arcs for characters and do many other cool things. Beth voice actress Sarah Chalke was able to tease some of those details, with only weeks to go before the premiere.
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Rick And Morty: The Coolest Season 5 Moments We've Seen From The Trailers So Far

Rick and Morty Season 5 will arrive toward the end of June on Adult Swim, and as of this writing, we've gotten three official Rick and Morty Season 5 trailers that have given us big hints about what's to come in the new episodes. As usual, the trailers are absolutely stacked with action, a lot of characters we've never seen before, and a lot of situations that don't make sense. That doesn't mean it's all still not super cool, and by seeing it, I'm all-the-more thrilled at what's in store for everyone when the new season premieres.
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