FEATURES: Rick and Morty Season 4 to premiere this November 2019

Wubba lubba dub dub! Our favorite dynamic duo, ‘Rick and Morty’ is back for Season 4!

Rick and Morty‘, Adult Swim’s flagship animated series, announced their Season 4 release date. In a short video, titular characters, ‘Rick and Morty’ announced that Season 4 will premiere this coming November 2019. But that’s not just it. Aside from Season 4 coming out this year, we’re promised that we’ll be seeing more than 70+ episodes in the next few years.

The animated tv series follows the story of a sociopathic genius mad scientist who drags his wuss of a grandson on adventures.

So far, there are no specific dates yet for the premiere of the new season. Indeed, waiting between seasons has gotten longer as expected. Season 3 came out October 17, giving almost two years of leeway for Season 4. Well, we’ve been previously warned by Mr. Poopybutthole in Season 3’s last episode post-credits scene. But despite that, ‘Rick and Morty’ creator Justin Roiland commented that they will try to reduce the waiting time between each season release.

There aren’t any official Season 4 footage leaked by Adult Swim. But they’ve indulged us with Rick and Morty mini-episodes. We’ve had an emotional short parody of the film, Up! for Mr. Poopybutthole. It tackles on Mr. Poopybutthole’s life, from high school to marriage to life after marriage, with the birth of their first child.

Surely, it’s just a few months away to see our favorite animated tv series back to life. And while you’re at it, be sure to binge-watch Seasons 1 to 3 to hype up for the next season coming up. At the same time, we can expect that Adult Swim and creator Justin Roiland will be spilling red piping hot teasers for ‘Rick and Morty Season 4’ in no time!

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