Entertainment firms stop partnerships with “Rick and Morty”

(MENAFN) Entertainment firms are stopping partnerships with “Rick and Morty” co-creator and star Justin Roiland after revelations that he deals with crime charges of local violence.

Hulu made a statement Wednesday it will no longer collaborate with Roiland, as reported by NBC News. He had an overall agreement with the streamer and made its animated series “Solar Opposites” and “Koala Man.”

Roiland was the co-creator and one of the leads of “Solar Opposites” in addition to top producer and voice actor for “Koala Man,” which premiered earlier in 2023. The two shows might carry on without him and will change his roles.

Hulu’s statement came soon after Adult Swim, which is owned by Cartoon Network, also stop relations with Roiland in connection to the charges. Roiland assisted in making the cable channel’s renowned animated series “Rick and Morty,” which premiered in 2013. Roiland voiced Rick and Morty.


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