If you enjoy the existential arguments and philosophical questions that Rick and Morty puts forth along with its absurdist comedy, you are bound to love these 9 TV shows that we’ve listed below. Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, Rick and Morty has finished its fourth season and as swashbuckling as it was, the show has definitely left a void in fans that no amount of rewatches can fill. Which is why, as we wait for season five, viewing these TV shows will be a great choice since thy they offer very similar experiences to those of the Adult Swim animated show.
More than anything, BoJack Horseman is about dealing with depression and trying to escape past mistakes. Despite this, it’s a comedy that manages to make you empathize with the titular character, no matter how awful he behaves with his friends and family. In a world in which humans live peacefully with anthropomorphic animals, BoJack Horseman is a horse who used to act in a 1990s sitcom. The show boasts of a strong star cast as well, with Will Arnett playing BoJack and Amy Sedaris, Alison Brie, Paul F. Tompkins and Aaron Paul starring in supporting roles. The six seasons of BoJack Horseman are a rollercoaster of emotions and feelings that just have to be experienced to be understood.