Rick and Morty fans, rejoice! The hit series is finally set to return in exactly one month, and fans are counting down the minutes. What episodes are fan’s all-time favorites?
We talked toSEMrush, an online visibility management and content marketing SaaS platform, who took a look at Google searches and found out exactly which episodes people are looking for.
Here are some fun stats:
- On average, the show’s pilot is the 2nd most Googled of all.
- Season 3 Episode 10, “The Rickchurian Mortydate“ is the most searched, and is searched 10% more than the pilot on average.
- The least searched episode is Season 1 Episode 4, Night Shaym Aliens, and is, on average, searched 1/14 of the amount that “the Rickchurian Mortydate” is searched.
In 2019, searches for “The Rickchurian Mortydate” were the highest
In January and the lowest in February, decreasing by 31% from one
month to the next. · On average this year, the top 5 most Googled
episodes are, respectively:
The Rickchurian Mortydate (Season 3, Episode 10) · Pilot (Season 1,
Episode 1) · The Rickshank Redemption (Season 3, Episode 1) ·
Season 4 Episode 1 · Pickle Rick (Season 3, Episode 3) · On average this year, the least Googled episodes are, respectively:
M Night Shaym Aliens (Season 1, Episode 4) · Raising Gazorpazorp
(Season 1, Episode 7) · Look Who’s Purging Now (Season 2, Episode 9) ·
Meeseeks and Destroy (Season 1, Episode 5) · Interdimensional Cable 2
Tempting Fate (Season 2, Episode 8) ·
On average, Rick and Morty episodes were Googled the most in March this year, and the least in June 2019. · Rick and Morty episodes were Googled 62% more in March than in June.