Let’s get schwifty as another episode of the Emmy-winning animated comedy hits the deck, riffing off classic movies and giving them an irreverent twist. There’ll be even more sci-fi shenanigans as dinosaurs with cosmic powers come to save the Earth…but the Smiths aren’t happy about that. Read on below, where we explain how to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6 online from anywhere now.
*Warning – contains season 6 episode 5 spoilers*
Last week’s ‘Final DeSmithation’ gave us a rare Rick and Jerry adventure. That pitted the unscrupulous scientist and his witless son-in-law against an alien creature that excreted fortune cookies and the immortal entrepreneur “Jennith Padrow-Chunt”, all the while attempting to alter Jerry’s grimly humorous fate.
And ‘JuRicksic Mort’ provides another bonkers standalone story, as ET dinos like “Phuwiangosaurus” or “Bambiraptor” dominate the Earth. Yet, instead of destroying the planet and enslaving humanity – we’ve been doing okay there, thanks – they solve all our problems: eradicating world hunger and war and leaving us to a life of idle leisure.
Unfortunately, Rick isn’t going to let some all-powerful beings turn his family into a bunch of Jerries.
Read on for our guide, which details how to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6 online from anywhere in the world – and 100% FREE too!
- Need to catch up? Here's how to watch every season of Rick and Morty
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6 FREE
If you're in the UK, then catching new episodes of season 6 will be an absolute breeze. Episode 6 will air in the UK on Monday, October 10, and it's absolutely free thanks to E4.
This means Rick and Morty season 6 will be free to stream on-demand too (for those with a valid TV license) on the channel's All 4 service - just make sure you have a valid TV license. Away from home?
Rick and Morty episodes are first aired at the same time as in the US. So, while that's 11pm ET, it's a slightly less convenient 4am BST when they land in the UK. Thankfully episodes will be available to watch at your convenience on-demand on All4 after they've been broadcast.
If you’d rather catch it again on TV, episodes will also be shown every Sunday at 10pm BST.
How to watch Rick and Morty online from outside your country
Not at home when new episodes of Rick and Morty air? If you're going to be away, you’ll find the content you’re trying to watch geo-blocked where you are.
Luckily, a VPN provides a simple solution. This piece of software alters your IP address to that of another country, which means you can gain access to your preferred IPTV service and watch episodes of the latest buzz-worthy shows from anywhere.
ExpressVPN is the world's top VPN right now
There are hundreds of VPNs available, but our favorite is ExpressVPN. It's quick to connect to, easy to use, and highly secure. Plus, it’s compatible with a wide range of devices: Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, the Xbox, PlayStation, iOS and Android software, among many more.
What makes ExpressVPN particularly enticing is its flexible 30-day money back guarantee. Better yet, if you sign up for an annual plan you'll get a 49% discount and 3 months extra FREE – a brilliant deal TV addicts won’t want to miss.
Once downloaded, find the location of your home country – or select it from the pre-defined list – and just click connect. Now you’ll be able to watch Rick and Morty online from anywhere, and won’t have to worry about missing a moment.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6: stream every episode in the US
Adult Swim is the place to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6 on Sunday, October 9 at 11pm ET, with new episodes dropping at the same time each week.
If you're already set up with a TV package that includes Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, then you're all ready to go!
How to watch Rick and Morty without cable
For cord-cutters we recommend Sling TV channels, with Adult Swim offered as part of both Sling Blue and Sling Orange packages.
Those packages would usually cost you $35 a month, but right now Sling TV has a special offer where you get the first month for half-price.
Sling Orange is ideal for sports fans and young families, offering ESPN, Motortrend, Nick Jnr. and the Disney Channel, while Sling Blue is your best bet if you're into great TV dramas and documentaries, with National Geographic, Discovery, SyFy, A&E and FX.
New or existing subscribers to US streaming services can still access the platform of their choice from abroad, too - all you need is the help of a good VPN.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6 in Canada
Canadians wanting to stream Rick and Morty season 6 episode 6 are in luck, as new episodes will air in line with the US every Sunday at 11pm ET on STACKTV.
STACKTV is offered for standalone streaming in Canada via Amazon Prime Video - and more specifically the STACKTV add-on available through the service.
Prime membership in Canada costs CA$9.99 a month, and Stack TV will run you an additional $12.99 - but both offer free trials you can use to watch Rick and Morty season 6 online for free.
It's also possible to watch Adult Swim on cable-cutting service FuboTV. Get the 7-day FREE trial of FuboTV here.
If you're outside of Canada right now, don't worry - just grab a good VPN and you'll be able to stream your favorite shows and services just like you would at home.
How to watch Rick and Morty season 6 in Australia
You'll be able to stream all new episodes of the latest season of Rick and Morty Down Under via Netflix, with episode 6 available from Monday, October 10.
New episodes will drop every Monday on the streaming service, with Netflix having exclusive rights to the show in Australia. You can also catch up on seasons 1-5 there too.
If you're abroad and are worried that geo-blocking will stop you from watching Rick and Morty, don't worry - just use a VPN to point yourself back to Australia and you'll be able to stream as usual.
- Something more serious? Here's how to watch Normal People
Sign up to receive daily breaking news, reviews, opinion, analysis, deals and more from the world of tech.
Daniel Pateman is a freelance writer, producing articles across the cultural spectrum for magazines like Aesthetica, Photomonitor, The Brooklyn Rail and This is Tomorrow. He also provides text-writing services to individual curators and artists worldwide, and has had work published internationally. His favourite film genre is horror (bring on Scream 5!) and he never tires of listening to Absolute 80s on the radio.