Rick And Morty Streaming: How To Watch The Adult Swim Series

Spencer Grammer as Summer and Justin Roiland as Rick and Morty on Rick and Morty

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I have said it many times before and I will say it again: promptly earning a place among the most inventive and beloved sci-fi TV shows of all time is Rick and Morty, streaming now wherever in the world you may be. However, figuring out where to watch the Adult Swim original series, co-created by Dan Harmon and star Justin Roiland, may be a bit of a pickle for those who have not joined the cult of cord-cutters. Luckily, we can quickly and conveniently explain how you can catch up on the adventures of a drunken scientific mastermind and his meek (but sometimes badass) grandson before Rick and Morty Season 5 premieres. Wubba lubba dub-dub!

Justin Roiland in the first Interdimensional Cable Rick and Morty episode Rixty Minutes

Where Is Rick And Morty Streaming?

You do not need access to inter-dimensional cable (one of my favorite Rick and Morty inside jokes) to stream the series directly from Adult Swim’s official website, but a basic cable provider is required. Those who have transitioned into a streaming household have a couple of options outside of purchasing the first four seasons on Amazon, including HBO Max’s special hub of everything on Cartoon Network after dark (which is Adult Swim in a nutshell).

Rick and Morty is also one of the funniest shows on Hulu, on which audiences can also watch Season 5 episodes after they air or even as they premiere with a subscription that includes live TV. That same option can be acquired through Sling and YouTubeTV as well.

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Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, and Justin Roiland on Rick and Morty

Will Rick And Morty Be On Netflix?

Practically any movie or TV you can name has been on Netflix at some point, including Rick and Morty. However, it has been years since it, along with several other popular Cartoon Network and Adult Swim shows, have been available on the streaming giant… in the United States, that is.

Rick and Morty is streaming on Netflix in the United Kingdom, so American fans uninterested in adding Hulu or HBO Max to their platform library for whatever reason might want to invest in a good VPN. Otherwise, you will not have the chance to relive the show on streaming anytime soon.

Sarah Chalke as Space Beth and Justin Roiland as Rick Sanchez on Rick and Morty

If You Are Excited For The Rick And Morty Season 5 Premiere…

We imagine you have probably grown sick of repeatedly binging Seasons 1-4 in of Rick and Morty in anticipation of the series’ 2021 TV schedule, and we can relate. For that reason, we have been hard at work creating content to prepare fans for the Rick and Morty Season 5 premiere on Sunday, June 20, 2021.

Read about how the Covid-19 pandemic affected star Sarah Chalke’s recording process as both Beth and Space Beth, whose confirmed Season 5 return has sparked much debate. We also have insight on Rick’s new nemesis Mister Nimbus and, if you are looking for anything else to watch on streaming if you like Rick and Morty, we have plenty of recommendations to keep you occupied for the time being.

Well, there you have it, folks: we were able to help you get set up to watch Rick and Morty on streaming without the assistance of a Mr. Meeseeks or any interference from the Citadel of Ricks. Now, find yourself a comfortable, secluded seat, grab a packet of Szechuan Sauce, and squanch on!

Jason Wiese
Content Writer

Jason has been writing since he was able to pick up a washable marker, with which he wrote his debut illustrated children's story, later transitioning to a short-lived comic book series and (very) amateur filmmaking before finally settling on pursuing a career in writing about movies in lieu of making them. Look for his name in almost any article about Batman.