Wondering what to watch after Rick and Morty? The innovative animated series, considered one of the smartest shows out there, has both fans and critics captivated. After binging on some Rick and Morty, it's only natural to be on the lookout for some Rick and Morty similar movies and TV shows to fill the void. Luckily, there's plenty to choose from to satisfy your cravings for innovate, funny, and quirky comedy.
What movies and TV shows will you find on this list? The Simpsons is a staple when it comes to witty, adult-oriented animation, but there are also more recent cartoons with a Rick and Morty-vibe. The bizarre world of Bojack Horseman, with its many blink-and-you-miss-it background gags eagle eyed viewers find intellectually challenging, make the Netflix series a great substitute for Rick and Morty. Archer's dry humor and intricate plot also makes it perfect for Rick and Morty fans. When it comes to movies like Rick and Morty, it doesn't get much better than Back to the Future. Other good projects featured on this Rick and Morty recommendations list include South Park, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Galaxy Quest.
How will we ever determine which option is the best? Help us decide by giving your favorite Rick and Morty suggestions a thumbs up and please add any good projects we may have missed.
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