Solar Opposites releasing May 8 on Hulu- Cast, Crew, Storyline and More !


Hulu newly stated the approaching premiere of a brand new, original animated series, Solar Opposites, created by Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan, a former writer and executive producer on the Adult Swim hit. In many of the ways the series sound close to Rick and Morty, which is quite popular among the fans.

Here is all we know so far about Solar Opposites. Keep reading the article for knowing about the latest show!


Hulu posted the first official teaser trailer for Solar Opposites to its YouTube channel on March 25, and we think it’s pretty safe to say that Rick and Morty’s legions of fans should be firmly on board. The trailer opens with an extended sequence in which Terry, in an apparent panic, carjacks some poor guy; he ploughs over a couple of hapless pigeons while racing through a park, jumps an open draw bridge, and takes out an ostrich (what the hell is that doing there? before spinning to a stop in his front yard. He then rushes inside to breathlessly inform the other three that they don’t have noses, causing them all to freak out.

It should come as no surprise that Solar Opposites is the most promising-looking new animated series of 2020 so far, and we don’t even have too long to wait before we can binge all eight episodes.

Characters of Solar Opposites

Kari Wahlgren (Rick and Morty), Ken Marino (The Babysitter), Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones), Maurice LaMarche (Futurama), Miguel Sandoval (Sharp Objects), Nat Faxon (Ready or Not), Natalie Morales (Stuber), Neil Flynn (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull), Phil LaMarr (Harley Quinn), Rainn Wilson (The Office), Rob Schrab (Uncle Grandpa), Ryan Ridley (Community), newcomer Sagan McMahan, Thomas Barbusca (Schooled), Tiffany Haddish (Self Made), Tom Kenny (the voice of SpongeBob Squarepants), comedian Vargus Mason.

Keep reading about your favourite shows and series here! A lot of ore is to come! Stay Tuned!

Also, Read Normal People is now available on Hulu and BBC IPlayer