More intergalactic problems this spring.
Quick Q, gang: How do you feel right now when you live on planet earth? “Not the greatest, thanks for asking”? I hear that. And Korvo too, Justin Roiland‘s central alien in his lively Hulu animated comedy Solar opposites. The streaming service just announced the release date for the show’s second season, along with a cheeky trailer showing Korvo’s desire to make this crazy rock the heck until it literally falls back to earth. Solar Opposites Fans: Set Your Calendar for March 26th.
The series, Executive produced by Roiland, Mike McMahan (Rick & Morty) and Josh Bycel (The Mindy Project), Stars Roiland, Thomas Middleditch, Sean Giambrone, and Mary Mack. Check out our recap of Season 1 here.
Solar Opposites Season 2 is coming to Hulu on March 26th. Check out the teaser and official round-up below.
Solar Opposites was co-created by Justin Roiland (Rick & Morty) and Mike McMahan (ex-author’s assistant at Rick & Morty) and revolves around a team of four aliens escaping from their exploding homeworld to land in a ready-to-move country to overthrow home in suburban America. They are evenly divided on whether the earth is terrible or great. Korvo (Justin Roiland) and Yumyulack (Sean Giambrone) only see pollution, gross consumption and human frailty, while Terry (Thomas Middleditch) and Jesse (Mary Mack) love people and all their television, junk food and fun stuff. Your mission: to protect the doll, a living supercomputer that will one day develop into its true form, use it up and shape the earth. In the second season of Solar Opposites, the Solar Opposites are bigger, funnier and more contrasting than ever.
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