In its season 3, Solar Opposites will indeed put its alien protagonists through a variety of crazy situations.
Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan, the creators behind Rick & Morty, co-created this show, and it features a lot of the same comedy that the series’ followers have come to expect.
This is a complete rundown of the program.
Is There a ‘Solar Opposites’ Season 3 Trailer?
A trailer for Season 3 of Solar Opposites has been published, giving viewers a sneak peek at what’s to come for the show’s alien cast.
In the trailer, the four cast members openly discuss the show’s third season renewal and what viewers may expect from it. You can watch it from here:
When Will ‘Solar Opposites’ Season 3 Be Out?
On Wednesday, July 13, the whole first season of Solar Opposites will be available on Hulu for subscribers to stream in one sitting.
There will be 11 episodes in the next season, and each will be 20 minutes long, the same as the previous seasons.
What Will ‘Solar Opposites’ Season 3 Be About?
After crashing to Earth from their home planet of Schlorp, aliens Korvo (Roiland), Yumyulack (Sean Giambrone), Terry (Thomas Middleditch), and Jesse (Mary Mack) continue to adjust to life on Earth in Season 3 of Solar Opposites.
Each new episode promises to be more thrilling than the last, and the foursome will grow from a team to a family in the process.
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Korvo and Yumyulack dislike Earth while they are still adapting to working and living with humans, whereas Terry and Jesse are thriving.
Beings known as Silvercops, an intergalactic space force, have little affection for the Shlorpians and will have to be dealt with by the quartet.
Co-creator McMahan hinted at a press event for the program, as reported by Gizmodo, “We have a four or five season arc with Silvercops.”
Season four is written, the Silvercops are back, and the Wall is back, so we’re getting to do all this fun worldbuilding that usually doesn’t happen.
But because it’s inside a program, because we’ve allowed ourselves the artistic license to construct surprising, extremely dramatic, frankly absurd scenarios with teeny little people or pseudo-Green Lantern-y, crooked, The Wire-style cops.
And that was the seed from which the whole thing grew—Justin and I liked the way they would occasionally switch up the B-story on The Wire. Accordingly, there were three distinct times of year: dockworker, journalist, and student.
Since the show’s technique and structure were so enticing, we wondered, “How do we produce the comic version of that?” How do we shake things up without ever losing the sense that we’re the ones in control? For all intents and purposes, we may as well be doing it.
In addition to the aliens, that is one of my favorite parts of the show to see the audience enjoy. It’s important that everything goes together smoothly, otherwise the weight isn’t distributed evenly and the result is an unpleasant sensation.
Who Will Star in ‘Solar Opposites’ Season 3?
Solar Opposites will see Justin Roiland, Thomas Middleditch, Mary Mack, and Sean Giambrone return to reprise their roles as Korvo, Yumyulack, Jesse and Terry, respectively.
It has not yet been revealed which actors will make guest appearances on the show, or who will be voicing the show’s Silvercops, but this will no doubt be revealed once the show has premiered on Hulu.
Given McMahan’s mention of the return of the Wall in Season 3, it is possible that characters that were put in there like Cherie, voiced by Christina Hendricks, and Andy Daly’s Lindsey Tim will return.