The hit Adult Swim series is set to return for its fourth season in November 2019, it was announced Wednesday at the WarnerMedia upfront presentation in NY. But thankfully the wait is nearly over, and soon you'll be treated to a whole new series of inter-dimensional and somewhat inappropriate adventures as it was announced today that after two years since the end of season three the fourth season will debut this November.
In May previous year, the show was renewed for an additional 70 episodes, more than double the number of episodes already aired in the first three seasons.
Despite being a high concept cartoon based on sci-fi parody, Rick and Morty has become a rating success, and demand for new episodes has continued to grow.
Of course, co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland were on hand for the announcement, posting on Instagram with the caption: "Social Media Upfronts!" We'll keep an eye out for any Rick and Morty news that trickles out between now and November, and keep you up to date.
"For the first time ever, we're locked in, we know what the future is, we have job security". And you need to get used to waiting through long breaks between seasons.
This was nothing but good news for fans of the show, who were subjected to a painful two year wait between the second and third seasons. "It's going to be really cool". The end of the third season ended with a bit of a reset, going back to the formula of the first season after the characters learned a lot of about themselves.
How excited are you for the return of Rick and Morty?
So get ready for new Rick and Morty this fall.
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