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How to watch Rick and Morty: Stream the season 5 finale online

With a somewhat disjointed broadcast schedule, animation fans have been left on tenterhooks waiting for the conclusion of the latest season of Dan Harmon's madcap show, but the wait is now finally over.

Read on to find out how to stream Rick and Morty and watch the season 5 finale online from anywhere in the world.

After a brief break in the weekly broadcasts of season 5, concluding Episodes 9 and 10 are now set to be shown as part of a special 1-hour finale on Adult Swim in the US.

Followers of the show have been have been left wondering what happens next after episode eight ( "Rickternal Friendshine of the Spotless Mort") saw titular scientist Rick rekindle his friendship with Bird Man, while also giving a intriguing glimpse into his backstory.

Very little hints have been given as to what we can expect from the final two installments of the season, with episode 9's title "Forgetting Sarick Mortshall" appearing to reference the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall and hinting at a possible break up between our two heroes.

But quite what episode 10 - titled "Rickmurai Jack" - seemingly after the animated series Samurai Jack - is all about remains to be seen.

Read on for your full guide to streaming the season 5 finale of Rick and Morty online, no matter where you are in the world.

Rick and Morty - Where and when?

The final two episodes of Rick and Morty Seaon 5 are set to made available to watch on Adult Swim in the US on September 5 at 11pm ET / PT.

Watch Rick and Morty online from outside your country

We have details for how drama fans can watch the show further down in this guide. If you're intent on watching Rick and Morty, but find yourself away from home then you'll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as it's likely to be geo-blocked.

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How to watch Rick and Morty Season 5 finale online in the US exclusively on Adult Swim

The final two episodes from this run of Rick and Morty will be available exclusively to Adult Swim from Sunday September 5 at 11pm ET / PT.

Cable customers that receive Adult Swim can watch the episodes via the channel's website by signing in with their provider details.

If you're a cable cutter then don't despair, as there are a number of over-the-top options for watching the channel.

For many, Sling TV's Bl Blue or Orange packages should fit the bill, giving you access to Adult Swim for $35 a month, with either option available for $10 for the first month.

Stream Rick and Morty in Canada

The great news for Canadian fans of the show is that the two final episodes of season 5 will be available in tandem in the US via the Slack TV add-on that's available through Amazon Prime Video.

A Prime membership in Canada currently costs CA$7.99 a month with access to Slack coming in at a further $19.99. The good news is that both services can currently be given a whirl without paying a dime thanks to a free trial.

Can I stream the Rick and Morty season 5 finale in the UK?

The great news is, yes you can. The even better news is that you'll be able to watch episodes 9 and 10 for nothing as they're set to be shown via free-to-air E4.

That means you'll also be able to stream the finale via the All 4 on-demand service completely free.

The downside is that you'll have to wait a day later than your American cousins to watch the conclusion, with the episodes set to be shown on E4 on Monday, September 6 from 10pm BST, with both installments available on demand on ALL 4 following their broadcast.

Stream Rick and Morty season 5 finale in Australia

It's good news for viewers Down Under as well, with streaming service Netflix Australia confirmed to be showing the concluding episodes of season 5 at roughly 5pm (AEST) on Monday, September 6.



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