Justin Roiland has been dropped from two more animated shows, Solar Opposites and Koala Man, a day after he was dropped from the hit series Rick and Morty after he was accused of felony domestic violence against an ex-girlfriend.
US network Hulu announced on Wednesday that it had “terminated our association with Justin Roiland”, a day after Rick and Morty distributor Adult Swim issued a similar statement, saying he would no longer voice Titanic characters. Will not give or serve as showrunner.
The 42-year-old has pleaded not guilty and awaits trial in Orange County after being charged with bodily injury and false imprisonment by threat, fraud, violence or deception. The charges relate to a 2020 incident against an unidentified woman Roiland was living with and dating at the time.
In a statement earlier this month, Roiland’s attorney, T. Edward Welburn, said: “Not only is Justin innocent, but we also have every confidence that the district attorney’s office has completed its systematic review of the evidence, which will lead to the conclusion of this case.” will be rejected.”
All three shows would continue without his participation.
Roiland was the co-creator, executive producer and voice of the lead character Corvo on Solar Opposites, an animated comedy about a family of aliens who crash-land in America.
Season four was projected to be released this year, but whether or not Corvo will be recast before its airing remains to be seen.
The first season of the recently launched Koala Man, an Australian American animated comedy about the superhero alter ego of a suburban dad, was executive produced by Roiland, who also voiced a guest character.
Both Koala Man and Solar Opposites are shown on Hulu in the US and on Disney+ in the UK and Australia. All were produced with Roiland’s animation studio, Justin Roiland’s solo Vanity Card Productions.
Video game studio Squanch Games, which Roiland co-founded, also announced that Roiland had resigned from the company on January 16, four days after the domestic abuse allegations surfaced. The studio’s first game, High on Life, was created by Roiland and has been a huge hit on Xbox.
“The passionate team at Squanch will continue to develop games we know our fans will love while continuing to support and improve High on Life,” the studio said in a statement.