Solar Opposites

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Solar Opposites
Created by
Voices of
ComposerChris Westlake
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes29 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Justin Roiland (S1–S3)
  • Mike McMahan
  • Josh Bycel
  • Anthony Chun (S2–present)
EditorLee Harting
Running time21–25 minutes
Production companies
Original networkHulu
Original releaseMay 8, 2020 (2020-05-08) –

Solar Opposites is an American science-fiction animated sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan for Hulu.[2] Originally created for the Fox Broadcasting Company, the project was shelved before being bought by Hulu and given a two-season order consisting of 8 episodes each. The series premiered on May 8, 2020.

In June 2021, the series was renewed for a fourth season.[3] In October 2022, the series was renewed for a fifth season.[4]


Solar Opposites centers around Terry, Korvo, Jesse, and Yumyulack — a family of aliens who crash land on Earth and are forced to stay there, often disagreeing on whether this is a good thing. The family comes from Planet Shlorp, an advanced alien world that sent out one hundred ships to colonize new planets shortly before its destruction. The show features parallel storylines, the most prominent of which follows a society of humans shrunk by the replicant Yumyulack and imprisoned in a terrarium known as "the Wall”.[5] Starting in the third season, another storyline follows a group of intergalactic corrupt police officers, known as the SilverCops, that routinely arrest and brutalize Shlorpians fleeing from the destruction of their homeworlds.



Character Voiced by Seasons Specials
1 2 3 4 5
The Solar-Opposites
Korvo Solar-Opposites Justin Roiland Main Does not appear Main
TBC Does not appear Main Does not appear
Terry Solar-Opposites Thomas Middleditch Main
Yumyulack Solar-Opposites Sean Giambrone Main
Jesse Wearsprada Solar-Opposites Mary Mack Main
The Pupa Sagan McMahan[b] Main
The Wall
Cherie Christina Hendricks Main Does not appear
Lindsey Tim Weekly Andy Daly Main Does not appear
The Duke / Ringo Alfred Molina Main Does not appear
Pezlie Does not appear Main Does not appear
Halk Hogam Sterling K. Brown Does not appear Main TBA Does not appear
Sister Sisto Sutton Foster Does not appear Main TBA Does not appear
Glen Kieran Culkin Does not appear Main TBA Does not appear
LoneSun Christopher Meloni Does not appear Main Does not appear
Ventrez Carlos Alazraqui Does not appear Main Does not appear
Glorgax Blake Perlman Does not appear Main Does not appear
Pobo Sutton Foster Does not appear Main Does not appear
Cromus Clancy Brown Does not appear Main Does not appear

Main characters[edit]

The Solar-Opposites[edit]

  • Justin Roiland (seasons 1–3; specials) and TBC (seasons 4–present) as Korvo Solar-Opposites: an intelligent alien scientist who hates Earth and wants to leave as soon as possible. He is the designated leader of their mission to find a new world.
  • Thomas Middleditch as Terry Solar-Opposites: Korvo's evacuation partner and pupa specialist who enjoys being on Earth and is fascinated with human culture.
  • Sean Giambrone as Yumyulack Solar-Opposites: Korvo's replicant who is a self-proclaimed scientist and bounty hunter. He shrinks adults who are mean and puts them inside his terrarium, "the Wall".
  • Mary Mack as Jesse Wearsprada Solar-Opposites: Terry's replicant who is generally kind and wants to fit into human society.
  • Sagan McMahan[b] as the Pupa: An infant, color-changing alien who will one day evolve into its true form and terraform the Earth into a copy of the Shlorp homeworld for the Shlorp ruling class, using the data stored in its DNA.

The Wall[edit]

  • Christina Hendricks as Cherie, a Benihana chef placed in the Wall by Yumyulack for serving him shrimp he didn't want. She becomes one of Tim's companions in his fight against the Duke before getting betrayed by Tim. She later gives birth to a daughter, Pezlie.
  • Pezlie (season 2–present), the daughter of Cherie and Tim. She was so named by Cherie because she was born inside a PEZ dispenser. She is the first human to be born tiny.
  • Andy Daly as Lindsey Tim Weekly (seasons 1–3), one of Yumyulack's captives, shrunk down since he was wearing a red shirt, who goes by his middle name. Tim becomes a scavenger and resistance leader against the Duke's regime, before taking his place.
  • Alfred Molina as The Duke / Ringo (seasons 1–2), the corrupt ruler of Yumyulack's Wall, he maintains order and control by hoarding the supplies given to the Wall's inhabitants by Jesse.
  • Sterling K. Brown as Halk Hogam (season 2–present), A haunted war hero of the Resistance and former Bones executive producer trying to solve a string of grisly murders in peacetime.
  • Sutton Foster as Sister Sisto (season 3-present), a member of the Bowinian Church.


  • Kieran Culkin as Glen (season 3–present), a neighbour of the Aliens who is later shot into space.
  • Christopher Meloni as LoneSun (season 3–present), an officer of the SilverCops.
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Ventrez (season 3–present), an officer of the SilverCops.
  • Blake Perlman as Glorgax (season 3–present), an officer of the SilverCops.
  • Sutton Foster as Pobo (season 3–present), an officer of the SilverCops.
  • Clancy Brown as Cromus (season 3), an officer of the SilverCops, later revealed to be an undercover GoldCop.

Recurring characters[edit]

Alien associates[edit]

  • Tiffany Haddish (seasons 1–3)[6] and TBC (seasons 4–present)[6] as Aisha, the alien ship's sassy artificial intelligence.
  • Justin Roiland (seasons 1–3) as Chris the Red Goobler, a "red goobler" produced from Korvo via Terry-induced stress. His only purpose seems to be to kill Korvo and Terry. In the second season, he is shown to be engaged to a human woman, he portrayed as a “bro” archetype, often expressing his fondness for The Hangover, Joe Rogan, and tight Polo shirts.

James Earl Jones High School[edit]

  • Kari Wahlgren as Mrs. Frankie, a teacher at James Earl Jones High School who is openly prejudiced against Yumyulack and Jesse and is engaging in a secret affair with Principal Cooke.
  • Rob Schrab as Principal Cooke, the principal at James Earl Jones High School, who is openly prejudiced against Yumyulack and Jesse and is engaging in a secret affair with Mrs. Frankie. During the third season, his first name is revealed to also be "Principal", making his full name and title "Principal Principal Cooke".

The Wall[edit]

  • Rainn Wilson as Steven (seasons 1 and 3), the former CEO of AT&T who becomes a mouse milk farmer with his pet mouse, Molly, in the lower levels. After Molly's death during the Great Wall War, Steven retreats to the lower levels of the wall and gradually goes insane, eventually learning how to control the mosquitoes in the Wall.
  • Miguel Sandoval as Enrique (season 1–2), the father of Pedro. After getting insulin from The Duke, he betrayed Tim and Cherie and became one of his enforcers. In Season 2, he became a Wallderman for Tim, before being suffocated by him in magic shell hardening-chocolate ice cream topping.
  • Maurice LaMarche as Sonny (season 1–2), he became a Wallderman for Tim, before being suffocated by him in magic shell hardening-chocolate ice cream topping.
  • Andrew Matarazzo as Pedro (season 1), the son of Enrique.
  • Kari Wahlgren as Nova (season 2–present), Halk Hogam's wife, and Platinum Stevie (season 3), the leader of Muk People
  • Steve Hytner as Avocado Eggrolls (season 3), Platinum Stevie's henchman.
  • Jimmi Simpson as Ethan (season 2), a depraved serial killer who murders people in the Wall behind Tim's back, before being suffocated by him in magic shell hardening-chocolate ice cream topping.
  • Jeannie Elias as Sister Sasha (season 1–3), the head of the Bowinian Church.
  • Tom Kenny as The Janitor (season 1–present), the first person to be placed in the Wall.
  • Nolan North as Joe Sanders, a member of the expedition to the lower levels.
  • Lauren Tom as Nicole, Power Minister in the Tim and Duke administrations.
  • Eric Bauza as Eyepatch Guy / Blaine, a member of the expedition to the lower levels.
  • Phil LaMarr as Jean-Pierre, a prisoner of the Duke and cellmate of Tim.
  • Jon Daly as Declan, one of the victims of Ethan.
  • Vanessa Marshall as Mia the Wall-Greeter
  • Nick Reczynski as Steve the Nutritionist
  • Nat Faxon as Bryson
  • Justin Roiland as Kramer Guy
  • Gary Anthony Williams as Escaped Gorilla


SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
18May 8, 2020 (2020-05-08)
28March 26, 2021 (2021-03-26)
Christmas SpecialNovember 22, 2021 (2021-11-22)
311July 13, 2022 (2022-07-13)
Halloween SpecialOctober 3, 2022 (2022-10-03)



On August 28, 2018, it was announced that Hulu had given the production a series order for two seasons consisting of sixteen episodes. The series was created by Rick and Morty cocreator Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan, who were also expected to serve as executive producers. Production companies involved with the series are slated to consist of 20th Television.[5][7][8] On June 18, 2020, Hulu renewed the series for a third season consisting of 11 episodes.[9] On June 22, 2021, Hulu renewed the series for a fourth season consisting of 12 episodes.[3] On October 6, 2022, Hulu renewed the series for a fifth season.[4]


The Wall in Yumyulack's room in which he keeps shrunken-down people as prisoners was, as Roiland has noted, one of the duo's initial ideas for the series, as they were interested in a "B-story" that lasted the entire first season.[10][11] Some of the animation is made with assistance from Film Victoria in Melbourne, Australia.


Alongside the series order announcement, it was confirmed that Justin Roiland, Thomas Middleditch, Sean Giambrone, and Mary Mack would voice the lead characters in the series.[5][7][8] In September 2022, Tiffany Haddish, who voiced the recurring character of Aisha in the first three seasons of the series, confirmed she had lost "all [her] gigs" following allegations of child sexual abuse, implying that she would not return in future seasons as the character.[6]

On January 25, 2023, Justin Roiland was removed from the show, alongside sister show Koala Man, after he was charged with felony domestic abuse. Both shows are produced by 20th Television, via their 20th Television Animation division.[12]


The first teaser for the series was released on March 25, 2020.[13] The official trailer was released on April 15, 2020.[14] On May 8, 2020, the first season was released. In January 2021, along with a second trailer, it was revealed that the second season would premiere on March 26, 2021, on Hulu.[15] Internationally, the series premiered on Disney+ under the dedicated streaming hub Star as an original series on February 23, 2021.[16][17] On June 18, 2020, ahead of the season two premiere, Hulu renewed the series for a third season consisting of 11 episodes,[9] which was released on July 13, 2022.[18] Executive Producer, Josh Bycel confirmed Season 4 has been written, although Hulu has not yet shared a release date, it will likely be revealed in early 2023.


The series premiered on FXX on July 30, 2022.[19]

Other media[edit]

Music video[edit]

TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release dateProd.
"WTF is Christmas? (A Solar Opposites Song ft. Darren Criss)"[20]UnknownTony FerrariNovember 11, 2021 (2021-11-11)TBA
Korvo tries to remember what Christmas is all about.

Video game[edit]

Solar Opposites were featured character players in the crossover racing game Warped Kart Racers, released to Apple Arcade in May 2022, along with characters from Family Guy, American Dad! and King of the Hill.[21]


On January 27, 2021, it was revealed at the 2021 Funko Fair that new figures based on the series would be made, which were released on June 25, 2021.[22] On November 17, 2021, Hulu launched an online storefront which featured merchandise based on select shows from its service, with Solar Opposites being one of them.[23][24]

On July 22, 2022, at San Diego Comic Con that a 192-page art titled "The Art of Solar Opposites" will be released in early 2023 for $49.99 and will be published by Dark Horse Books.


Audience viewership[edit]

According to Hulu, Solar Opposites was the most watched program and the most watched Hulu Original comedy show premiere on the platform, following its debut on May 8, 2020, to May 12, 2020.[25][26][27][28] According to Nielsen, Solar Opposites was the 10th most streamed original series across all platforms in the United States, during the week of March 22, to March 28, 2022,[29] and the 7th during the week March 29, 2021, to April 4, 2021.[30]

According to Whip Media's viewership tracking app TV Time, Solar Opposites was the 4th most anticipated returning television series of July 2022,[31] and the 7th most streamed original series across all platforms in the United States, during the week ending July 24, 2022.[32]

Critical response[edit]

Season 1[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, season 1 has an approval rating of 92% based on reviews from 37 critics, with an average rating of 7.60/10. The website's critical consensus states, "Charming, hilarious, and surprisingly sincere, Solar Opposites revels in the ridiculousness of life while finding a few fresh things to say about humanity along the way."[33] On Metacritic it has a weighted average score of 72 out of 100, based on reviews from 10 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews."[34]

Dan Fienberg of The Hollywood Reporter praised the animation of the series, acclaimed the performances of the voice actors, and complimented the humor of the show, writing, "Justin Roiland and Mike McMahan's new Hulu animated comedy Solar Opposites has enough loopy sci-fi elements to appeal to Rick and Morty fans and a distinctly adult sensibility."[35] Alison Foreman of Mashable praised the dynamic and strong relationships between the different characters, drawing comparisons with other families coming from adult animated sitcoms such as The Simpsons while complimenting the humor of the show, calling it a "spectacular gem worthy of its own fanbase."[36] Joe Matar of Den of Geek rated the series 5 out of 5 stars, praised the show for its classic sitcom format, acclaimed the performances of the voice actors, and applauded the comicality, stating that despite the comparisons with Rick and Morty, the series manages to stand on its own.[37] Alex McLevy of The A.V. Club gave the show a B grade and called it "a mischievous cousin of 3rd Rock from the Sun" while saying it doesn't stray too far from the template Roiland set with Rick and Morty. McLevy feels the show is still finding its feet, but "Luckily, the humor is so reliably strong, the pacing so breakneck as it races from one plot to the next, that it's hard not to be won over by Solar Opposites' avalanche of charm."[38] Joyce Slaton of Common Sense Media rated Solar Opposites 3 out of 5 stars, writing, "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."[39]

Season 2[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season has an approval rating of 100% based on reviews from 14 critics, with an average rating of 8.10/10. The website's critical consensus states, "Solar Opposites successfully shoots for the moon in an ambitious sophomore outing that manages to build on the first season while adding plenty of fun surprises."[40]

Jess Joho of Mashable found that the second season gives Solar Opposites its own identity, writing, "Roiland and other Ricky and Morty talent finally releasing themselves from the creative shackles of what works for that show, to find their own uniquely satisfying rhythm."[41] Joe Matar of Den of Geek rated the second season 5[42] out of 5 stars, found it to be a "bigger, crazier, and funnier" season compared to the first one, and gave praise for its cursed language, references to pop culture, and level of violence depicted across its episodes.[43] Davis Opie of Digital Spy rated the second season of the series 4 out of 5 stars, stating, "Everything that worked in season one is intensified here for the better," and claimed that Solar Opposites manages to be distinct from Rick and Morty across its humor and story lines, saying, "Solar Opposites is very much its own beast."[44] Ethan Anderson of SlashFilm gave the second season a grade of 8 out of 10, stated it brings back the humor of the first season with a dark storytelling, and claimed it manages to be "bigger, crazier, and even more confident" than the first season.[45]

Season 3[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, the third season has an approval rating of 100% based on reviews from 7 critics, with an average rating of 8/10.[46]

Lex Briscuso of SlashFilm called the third season of Solar Opposites "bright, bold, and, frankly, bananas in the best way," writing, "Solar Opposites has established itself as a spicy animated situational comedy that pulls from the best parts of its predecessor, Rick and Morty, yet doesn't get stuck looking for its place outside of the Adult Swim hit's shadow. The show is self-assured with a unique vibe and tone all its own, and that continues to shine in the third season. By leaning into the more human elements of what the series has to offer — both the base exploration of those concepts with the aliens and the desperate attempt at a reclamation from the wall people — season 3 of Solar Opposites reminds us that clever structure can give way to everything else you love about a story: clever writing, brash jokes, and pure cathartic connective tissue."[47] Anthony Orlando of BuzzFeed ranked Solar Opposites 10th in their "17 Shows And Characters That Absolutely, Positively Should Have Received Emmy Nominations," saying, "Sure, this show may not be as good as Rick and Morty, but Solar Opposites is very much its own comedic beast. Co-creator Justin Roiland and his team inject the same amount of hilarity and creativity into this alien-centric show as he did with the former series. Also, the side-adventures in The Wall should've garnered some nominations by themselves, as they made for an outstanding show within the show."[48]


Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2022 BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Streaming Series Awards Chris Westlake Won [49]


  1. ^ Known as 20th Century Fox Television for the first season.
  2. ^ a b The Pupa is voiced by Liam Cunningham in the Season 1 finale.


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