Where to watch Rick and Morty Season 3 in Australia

Matt Sayer 31 July 2017

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Absurdity at 88mph.

Here's a little maths problem for you: what do you get when you take Back to the Future, add in copious amounts of alcohol, subtract all the hard science and logical consistency, and then divide the result into concentrated 22-minute chunks? Why, Rick and Morty, of course! Chronicling the time-travelling adventures of Rick Sanchez, an alcoholic mad scientist with little regard for anyone but himself, and his teenage grandson Morty Smith, a timid kid frequently traumatised by Rick's reckless plans, the hugely popular cartoon series delivers off-the-wall humour at a pace that puts Monty Python to shame.

Ever since the first episode aired back in 2013, Rick and Morty has been hailed as a cult comedy hit, receiving near-universal acclaim from critics around the world. If you haven't had a chance to watch it for yourself yet, never fear; we've rounded up all the places to watch Rick and Morty online in Australia for your convenience. Grab a drink and settle down; it's time to watch some 'toons.

Season Three

Here are all the ways you can stream Rick and Morty Season 3 in Australia.

Netflix Australia

Netflix Australia recently confirmed that new episodes of Rick and Morty Season 3 will arrive on the service every Saturday. The first episode, titled "The Rickshank Redemption", was released on 31 July 2017, and subsequent episodes will be made available every Saturday from 5 August to the season finale in early October.

Adult Swim

If you can't stomach the week delay between each new episode airing on Adult Swim and coming to Netflix, we'd recommend using a VPN to access each episode on Adult Swim's website.

There you can stream Season 3 each Monday at 1:30PM AEST.

We changed our location to the USA using Hide My Ass VPN and streamed the Get Schwifty episode, no problem. We'd recommend comparing VPNs and signing up for one.

Season One

An amusement park themed around infectious diseases, a kidnapping staged by an army of parallel-dimension Ricks and a cautionary tale of robo-human fornication; Rick and Morty's adventures just keep getting wilder and wilder, driving poor Morty to the brink of despair. Even if the impressionable youth manages to survive his grandfather's increasingly unhinged experiments, he won't make it out unscathed.

Released: 2014

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Season Two

Rick and Morty's interdimensional exploits only grow more absurd as they accidentally create a rift in time, spawning multiple parallel dimensions that threaten to destabilize the entire chrono-verse. From there, lunacy reigns as the hapless duo visit a planet where crime is legal for one night every year, discover a miniature universe inside Rick's car's battery and attend a wedding between a galactic FBI agent and a bird-human hybrid. Ice-T even makes a cameo, joining forces with Rick and Morty to win an intergalactic song competition.

Released: 2015

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