Rick and Morty season 6 disappeared or not available on YouTube, issue being looked into
‘Rick and Morty’ is one of the most famous adult animated science-fiction sitcoms where the characters explore infinite alternate universes.
It is accessible across various platforms like Netflix, HBO Max, YouTube, and more. However, it seems that the show is currently not streaming or disappeared from YouTube.
Rick and Morty season 6 not available on YouTube
Some YouTube users (1,2,3,4,5) are reporting that Rick and Morty Season 6 has suddenly disappeared or is not available for them.
@YouTube where is the new episode of @RickandMorty? I bought the whole season and there’s no new episode listed.
@YouTube @TeamYouTube @RickandMorty I dont even know who to file this complaint to, but I bought S6 of RnM on Youtube and the whole season got turned off! why?
Reports suggest that season 6 is not appearing even for those who have paid for the entire season. It is confusing especially since there’s also no information about the sudden disappearance of that particular season.
This is quite frustrating for many as they think YouTube is not a reliable platform when it comes to consuming paid content.
You can see in the screenshot attached below that season 6 has gone missing from YouTube even for someone who purchased it for reference:
Fortunately, YouTube support has acknowledged the issue and said that the team is currently working on a fix.
we’re aware of this issue and already looking into it! thx for your patience
As always, we will be updating this space when the bug is fixed so stay tuned for more information.
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