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Aliens in America: Preview Justin Roiland's Solar Opposites

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Aliens in America: Preview Justin Roiland’s Solar Opposites

Solar Opposites, from Rick and Morty’s Justin Roiland, debuts May 8 on Hulu

There’s no arguing the success of Adult Swim’s Rick & Morty. Unfortunately, we’re still waiting for the back half of season four to premiere. In the meantime, co-creator, Justin Roiland, has another animated series on its way to Hulu to help pass the time.

Solar Opposites follows a family of aliens that find their way to Earth and settle in Middle America. As they become more familiar with the new culture and its people, the family splits on how awesome our planet is. Earlier today, a teaser trailer for the upcoming show was released. As you can watch below, it’s a typical fish out of water story that addresses topical social issues like drug use, bullying and animal rights. Plus, it has zombie teenagers, magicians and gooblers. All episodes come out May 8 on Hulu.

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