Matt Groening is an American writer and cartoonist. He is behind many exceptional animated sitcoms, including The Simpsons, Futurama, and Disenchantment. Matt altered the landscape of television. However, another animated sitcom, Rick and Morty, is ready to do the same.
Even though this sitcom resembles Back to the Future, the creators, Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, and the network decided to make it a parody. This show isn’t only hilarious, but also one like you haven’t seen before.
Rick Sanchez, the madcap scientist, takes grandson Morty Smith on intergalactic adventures. During their journey, the two of them meet many eccentric characters, both on Earth and in other dimensions.
However, the sitcom isn’t only about hilarious situations and moments but comes with some powerful premises. Thanks to the intelligent writing, Rick and Morty raise many deep and existential questions in every episode. It will definitely give you food for thought.
Rick and Morty are considered to be one of the most sophisticated sitcoms and the best-written comedy on television. In fact, it’s a sitcom which is entirely different than the norm. Moreover, the show has become a pop-culture phenomenon and it has built a cult-like following.
It has resulted in various Reddit threads and a legion of fans who analyze every episode in order to discover all hidden threads. Although the sitcom is suited for adults, it doesn’t contain vulgar humor and can be watched by children too. In fact, the show is considered to be a program for intellectuals.
The show started in 2013 and there are three seasons of it. It has been renewed for a fourth season but the release date is still unknown. While we all wait for season 4, you can start watching the first season again.