Rick And Morty Co-Creator Announces New Show

The co-creator of Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland, has announced a new cartoon.

Solar Opposites has been supported by online streamer Hulu, which is soon to be majority-owned by the Walt Disney Company.

The company has ordered 16 episodes of Solar Opposites, a cartoon about an alien family.

20th Century Fox TV, also soon to be owned by Disney, will produce the episodes, which will be spread out over two seasons. The show is due to premiere in 2020.

Solar Opposites follows a family of aliens who leave their planet and settle in suburban America, reports Cartoon Brew.

Roiland will lead the voice cast as Terry and Korvo, while Sean Giambrone voices Yumyulack and Mary Mack is Jesse.

Roiland shared some images of the cartoon’s ideas on Twitter back in 2015, so we can expect that the actual show will be very different.

This comes after Rick and Morty dropped a season 4 trailer on their Twitter last week.

The Adult Swim show isn’t set to appear on our screens until 2019, but they sure know how to keep fans interested.

As you can see from the 15 second clip, it features ’90s-styled superhero versions of our favourite characters. Rick is transformed into a Cyclops-like hero from the X-Men, while Morty looks like One-Punch Man. Summer, Squanchy and Beth also make an appearance.

One of the creators, Justin Roiland, recently Tweeted a drawing that seemed to confirm that there will be 70 more episodes of Rick and Morty. Although, we know what him and Dan Harmon are like. They often mess with their fans.

To be fair, I kind of love it.