Rick and Morty Season 7 trailer debuts new voice actors for a new era of outrageous sci-fi comedy

At long last, Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty Season 7 trailer debuts the new voices for the animated sci-fi comedy’s title characters.

Wubba Lubba Dub Dub! The moment you’ve all been waiting for is here! Rick and Morty return to Adult Swim on October 15, and today’s Rick and Morty Season 7 trailer debuts new voices for the animated sci-fi comedy’s title characters! Bizarrely, the network is keeping the identity of the new voice talent a mystery until the show’s season premiere.

“We want the show to speak for itself,” said an Adult Swim insider. “We believe in the strength of the season and our new voices and we want to preserve the viewing experience for fans.”

In Rick and Morty, a sociopathic genius scientist drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe. The new season will debut in over 134 countries in 38 languages. In the U.S., new episodes will be available for purchase from digital retailers the day after they premiere on Adult Swim. The new season will also be available to stream in 2024.

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Rick and Morty Season 7 is the show’s first season without Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, who in January was charged with felony domestic abuse in Orange County, California. The incident resulted in Roiland getting ousted from his overall deal. Shortly after the initial charges, news of Roiland allegedly sending disturbing direct messages to a fan began making the rounds. Additionally, previous problematic interview comments and allegations of workplace behavior issues resurfaced, making matters worse. However, the criminal charges were dropped in March, but not before damage was done.

The official description for Rick and Morty Season 7 reads:

“Rick and Morty are back and sounding more like themselves than ever! It’s season seven, and the possibilities are endless: what’s up with Jerry? EVIL Summer?! And will they ever go back to the high school?! Maybe not! But let’s find out! There’s probably less piss than last season. Rick and Morty, 100 years! Or at least until season 10!”