Rick and Morty season 5 episode 3 release date: When is the next episode out?

Rick and Morty: Adult Swim release trailer for season five

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Rick and Morty season five has started airing in the US and UK, and this year fans in both territories are able to watch the new episodes at the same time. Those in the US were treated to episode two on Adult Swim on Sunday, June 27, with those in the UK able to catch up on E4 the next day. They are keen to know when episode three will be airing and Express.co.uk has the answer. 

When is the next episode of Rick and Morty out?

Rick and Morty is a popular adult animated series that started airing back in 2013 and the series has grown from strength to strength with each season. 

Almost a year after the season four finale, fans in the US and UK tuned in to the season five premiere, titled Mort Dinner Rick Andre. 

New episodes have been airing on Sundays at 11pm on Adult Swim, with fans in the UK having access to the episodes on E4 the following night. 

Episode two was called Mortyplicity and it aired on June 27, and fans were excited about the next instalment. 

One said on Twitter ahead of the episode: “New episode of #RickandMorty tomorrow!!!!!!! PS- my finals are about to start but f*** it Rick and Morty buuurrrpppppppp.” [Sic]

Fans will be pleased to hear the remaining episodes are scheduled to air every Sunday for the next few weeks. 

Release dates for episodes three, four and five have already been given, and they will air on July 4, July 11 and July 18. 

Each of the episodes has been given a unique title, including A Rickconvenient Mort, Gotron Jerrysis Rickvangelion and  Rickdependence Spray. 

Season four was split into two parts, with the first half of the series airing in November 2019. 

The second half of the season did not air until May 2020 and fans were frustrated over the show’s hiatus. 

At this moment in time, there is no knowing whether season five will include a mid-season break. 

If this is to be the case, the next half of season five may not air until the end of 2021, but fans can keep their fingers crossed for a shorter break. 

Ratings for the fifth season premiere have not yet been released, but viewers seem to be enjoying the new episodes. 

One fan said on Twitter: “Doesn’t matter how many times I rewatch #RickandMorty Never get tired of it. There always seems to be something I never noticed before. Also, new episode tonight… Woo!”

Another said: “Good morning twitterverus I hope everyone slept well I know this time I did. It looks like the only thing I’m looking forward to tonight is the episode 2 of #RickandMorty try to enjoy the rest of the day.” [Sic]

The fifth season is expected to be made up of 10 episodes, so fans should know by next month whether there will be a break in between. 

Fans have fallen in love with some of the new season five characters, including Mr Nimbus, Ruler of the Seas (played by Dan Harmon). 

One said on Twitter: “I am MR NIMBUS! Such a great character to start out the season with.”

Another said: “That was one the most f****** hilarious episode I ever seen Mr Nimbus.” [Sic] 

A third added: “Mr Nimbus is one of my favourite characters on Rick and Morty now.”

Fans across the globe are keen to know how they can access the new episodes online, without cable. 

For those in the US, they can watch the latest episodes as part of Hulu’s Live TV package.

However, for those in the UK, they may have to wait until the series is added to Netflix. 

Some good news is that fans can look forward to at least 50 more episodes, which have been confirmed as part of a deal for Adult Swim. 

At this stage, there is no knowing how many seasons the remaining episodes will air over, but it is likely to be at least five more. 

Rick and Morty season 5 airs on Adult Swim and E4. 

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