Watch the teaser trailer for the ‘Rick and Morty’ season 5 finale
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Watch the teaser trailer for the 'Rick and Morty' season 5 finale

According to Adult Swim, the popular show, Rick and Morty, is set to have an hour-long finale for season five, and the new teaser has made us lose our minds.

Season five is supposed to air on Sunday, September 5 in the United States and on Monday, September 6, in the United Kingdom. Episode eight aired on August 8, and the showrunners are going to make us wait for nearly a month before they drop the finale. 

The 30-second teaser shows a frustrated Morty urging Rick to replace him. Rick brings out his spin-the wheel that comprises “better things than Morty”. The options include gene with donkey brains, half a Pail Giamatti, garbage goober and Sentient shit, of which the wheel lands on two crows as Morty’s replacement. 

The hour-long finale will be the result of the conglomeration of two episodes that shall explore “who is Rick without Morty”. In season five, the two other episodes, barring the finale, are Forgetting Sarick Mortshall and Rickmurai Jack

With the wonderful premise of an eccentric scientist and his curious grandson wreaking havoc and engaging in inter-dimensional trave, fans will be excited to know that we feel like a potential Rick and Morty film could be on the cards in the future. 

In an interview with Digital Spy, producer Scott Marder provided an insight into the idea, and we are pretty excited. 

“I wouldn’t be shocked if there was one that comes down the pipeline someday,” he said, before adding, “But I feel like every episode is a movie.

Marder also said, “I’d like to see what a movie would be. A movie would feel like the equivalent of a trilogy. We just pack so much in. It’d have to be pretty epic.”

Marder, however, seemed confident of such a project and said that it would possibly be an animated version than a live-action while star Spencer Grammer, who voices Summer on the show, said: “I’m all for that – Rick and Morty in live-action. … They better hire someone really good to play Summer, is all I’ll say.”

Watch the teaser below: