It seems only yesterday that Rick and Morty finally gave us what we were waiting for and finally delivered season 4 after a two-year wait.
… And now the clock has been reset again for us to wait for season 5.
Thankfully, you’ve got us here at boommemes, ready to dish out our advice on the best things you can watch while you wait for the new arrival.
Ready to fill your boots with a bunch of sweary cartoons and cult classics?
Here’s all the best shows you can watch now we have to start waiting for season 5.
While it might not appear obvious, Community and Rick and Morty are creative brothers – both stemming from the mind of Dan Harmon.null
Packed with pop culture references, an all-star cast and a lot of cheeky charm, Community tells the story of Jeff Winger (Joel McHale), a top lawyer who has a spectacular fall from grace after it’s revealed he never actually finished college.
Hoping to blag his way through a quick community college degree, Jeff heads to Greendale and forms a study group – who are all weird and in need of friends and validation in differing ways.
The show has created some classic memes, iconic quotes and unforgettable moments. Donald Glover holding pizza as the world burns around him? That’s this show.
There’s even recently been a lockdown reunion so if you get invested now, you’ll even be able to skip the painful wait for an update.
Disenchantment is one for the fantasy lovers out there, and was created by the brain behind The Simpsons, Matt Groening.
It follows Bean, a tearaway princess who is tracked by a literal personal demon who was sent to turn her evil, and an Elf named Elfo.
Meeting her when she is engaged to marry Prince Guysbert, Bean decides there is more to life than what’s been destined for her and tries to forge her own path.
The show has currently released episodes in two parts, with a third and fourth on the way.
So if you want to catch up, now’s the time to do it.
F is For Family
F is For Family is something for those who enjoy the complicated family dynamic.null
Set in the 1970s, the show is inspired by the life of comic Bill Burr, and follows Frank Murphy, a suburban man with wife, Sue, and three kids.
Easily angered and hating his job, the story tracks the complications of getting older from his kids’ perspective, not getting any wiser from his, and trying to follow what’s expected by society when that’s the last thing you want to do.
Throw in the ever-present threat of sex, drugs and rock and roll and there’s clearly never a dull moment in this middle class family.
BoJack Horseman is not afraid of getting dark in the name of the series, and beyond being a comedy, it’s actually a pretty raw look at mental health.
From a half-man/half-horse, for real.
The show follows BoJack, who was once super famous thanks to a sitcom but is now skating by on his former fame and drinking heavily while he does it.
Convinced the world is to blame for his sudden decline, 18 years later he decides he wants to make a comeback, and is offered help from two pals.
Thing is, the industry is harsher than ever and the sad fact is not a lot of people want him anymore, so he’s needing to crack Hollywood all over again.
Maybe space travel and galaxy adventures is what’s drawing you to R&M, and if so, then Final Space may be your perfect antidote.
The story follows Gary Goodspeed, an astronaut with a prison sentence on his back, who becomes pals with a very cute looking (but actually pretty deadly) alien named Mooncake.null
Mooncake can destroy planets – he’s that kind of dangerous.
Being demanded by the evil Lord Commander, the pair head off on an adventure to unlock the mystery of where the universe ends… with some complications along the way.
You have until early 2021 to get up to date in time for season three.
No one does sick, twisted and hilarious puberty humour quite like Big Mouth – and it’s going to be on air for a while yet with the go-ahead for it to run though two more seasons.
It follows a group of teens as they reach their dreaded puberty phase – except their hormones are literal monsters, and their education on sex and sexuality can be graphic and disturbing at the best of times.
It’s just absurd (and a little educational) in the best way. It’s not for the faint-hearted though.
The Midnight Gospel
Created by the makers of Adventure Time, Midnight Gospel is all about fantasy realities, thanks to lead character Clancy.
Clancy is illegally creates and travels through his own multiverses, meeting people who are experiencing the apocalypse and interviewing them for his podcast – sorry, spacecast.