The Solar Opposites are back on Hulu! This week marks the premiere of Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan’s deeply silly comedy about two aliens, their replicants, and a world that they can’t quite figure out.
Solar Opposites basically takes the same love of sci-fi as Rick and Morty but subtracts the need for plot consistency and existential crises. What’s left is a slapstick family comedy packed with orgies, bloodbaths, and endless misunderstandings about things like gender and man caves. Here’s everything you need to know about when you can watch Solar Opposites Season 2.
When Will Solar Opposites Season 2 Be on Hulu? When Will Season 2 of Solar Opposites Come Out?
Has life been a bit too normal and predictable lately? That’s all about to change. This week marks the Season 2 premiere of Solar Opposites. This Friday, March 26 get ready for more wall people, near-death experiences, bloody battles, and above all else sci-fi nonsense.
What Time Will Solar Opposites Season 2 Be on Hulu?
All Hulu originals premiere on the streaming service starting at midnight. That means starting at 12 a.m. ET you can start watching this truly ridiculous show from one of Rick and Morty‘s co-creators.
How to Watch Solar Opposites Season 2
No matter how you cut it, you’re going to need a Hulu account to watching Solar Opposites Season 2. Thankfully that’s a pretty easy thing to acquire. Subscriptions to the streaming service start at $5.99 a month for the basic plan. But what if you hate commercials? Then the $11.99 a month no ads plan is for you.
What if you only have Hulu + Live TV? First of all, congratulations to you Mr. Moneybags. Secondly, you don’t have to worry about anything. Hulu + Live TV and Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV both come with basic Hulu, so you can jump right in if you have either of those subscriptions. The streaming service even offers the option to try before you buy. Seven-day free trials are available to new subscribers and other eligible customers.
Who’s in the Cast of Solar Opposites?
Recognize the screaming voice of the uptight Korvo? That would be Justin Roiland, series co-creator and the voice of Rick, Morty, and Adventure Time‘s Lemongrab. The series also features the voice acting work of Silicon Valley‘s Thomas Middleditch (Terry), The Goldbergs‘ Sean Giambrone (Yumyulack), and comedian Mary Mack (Jesse). Alfred Molina, Andy Daly, Christina Hendricks, Tiffany Haddish, and Kari Wahlgren also star in the comedy.
What’s the Deal with Koala Man?
You’re clearly someone who keeps up with animation news. This week Hulu announced it was giving eight episodes to Michael Cusack’s Koala Man, a superhero comedy about a family man with a passion for crime fighting and a very cute alter ego. Roiland will serve as an executive producer for the show along with Benji Samit and Dan Hernandez. Basically you can count on Hulu to be your home for silly shenanigans.
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