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Solar Opposites Review 2020 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Creators: Mike McMahan, Justin Roiland
Stars: Justin Roiland, Thomas Middleditch, Sean Giambrone
Hulu’s original animated series Solar Opposites has quickly become a hit for the streaming platform. From the creators behind Rick and Morty, this animated sitcom focuses on a family of aliens who crashland on Earth with the intention of terraforming it. But when they start to understand what makes humans special and unique, they might just learn to love the backward bipedal terrestrials.
Probably not though. What’ll probably happen is either the shrunken humans trapped in the Wall will revolt and find a way to take vengeance against their alien captor, or the Pupa will achieve its ultimate purpose and destroy the Earth as we know it. Maybe both will happen. Maybe neither. All we know is, we hope that Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan have an endgame in mind so that Solar Opposites doesn’t try to milk its genuinely funny premise until the inevitable heat death of the universe. Listen in and see if you agree!
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Parents need to know that Solar Opposites is an animated show by the brains behind Rick and Morty. It has the same style and vibe, including lots of edgy humor, cheerful gory violence, surreal visuals and plot twists, and wall-to-wall language. Most of the iffy content arrives in the form of jokes, like a character who repeatedly discusses his necrophiliac tendencies. Violence is often played for laughs, though it’s over-the-top and gory: school-age characters miniaturize, torture, and imprison humans; main characters go on a spree in which scores of humans are killed, screaming and dissolving into pools of blood; a character’s feet are burned off until he has bloody stumps. In one scene, a character eats cocaine; in another, they’re offered heroin.