Solar Opposites: Season 1

Solar Opposites: Season 1

Solar Opposites: Season 1

Animated sci-fi comedy show from the co-creator of Rick and Morty about an alien family from a fairly normal planet who must take refuge on the godless hellhole known as Earth.

2020USAFox
AnimatedComedyScience Fiction

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
23 February 2021

The Matter Transfer Array

Uh oh! Korvo and Terry make a Funbucket real while the replicants deal with a school bully.

EPISODE 1.2
23 February 2021

The Unstable Grey Hole

Yikes! Korvo and Terry use alien technology to make their neighbors like them. Jesse tries to show Yumyulack that humans are basically good.

EPISODE 1.3
2 March 2021

The Quantum Ring

TaDAH! Korvo becomes a magician!

EPISODE 1.4
9 March 2021

The Booster Manifold

Egad! Korvo and Terry try to manage their stress. The replicants learn about their growing bodies.

EPISODE 1.5
16 March 2021

The Lavatic Reactor

YAKKITY YACK! TERRY AND KORVO ARE GOING TO SCHOOL! Jesse and Yumyulack *also* go to school.

EPISODE 1.6
23 March 2021

The P.A.T.R.I.C.I.A. Device

G’day! This episode is all about Yumyulack and koalas!

EPISODE 1.7
30 March 2021

Terry and Korvo Steal a Bear

Whoops! Terry, Korvo, Yumyulack and Jesse work together to steal a bear from the zoo… with hilarious consequences.

EPISODE 1.8
30 March 2021

Retrace-Your-Step-Alizer

Finally! It’s season finale time, baby!

Solar Opposites: Season 1 / Reviews

IndieWire

IndieWire

As much as “Rick and Morty” incorporates the Smith family, that show has often been more or less a showcase for the two title characters. “Solar Opposites” often pairs up Korvo and Terry to drive its central storyline, but it feels less insular in the process.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan's Hulu animated comedy has a distinctly adult sensibility and enough loopy sci-fi elements to appeal to 'Rick and Morty' fans.

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Variety

Variety

It’s extremely silly, and not especially original by virtue of its referential framework, but it’s nonetheless surprisingly interesting and clever...

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Collider

Collider

Solar Opposites is more Rick and Morty: More sci-fi, more blood and guts, more sexual content without any real reason for it to exist beyond needing a horned-up release for frustrated characters.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

The series has carte blanche with cuss words and jaw-dropping carnage, and "Solar Opposites" gets a lot of mileage out of such freedom, constantly finding some great dark comedy in a world that is so casually brutal.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Solar Opposites is winningly small-scale in its stand-alone episodic ambitions. Burning through plot at a voracious pace, each installment can be enjoyed on its own madcap merits.

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