Rick and Morty Season 4: Release Date, New Season and Latest Updates

Rick and Morty Season 4
Rick and Morty Season 4

Season 4 of Rick and Morty, whose release was made after setting many things on the part of the creators, is currently on a mid-season break after it was released in November 2019. It seems as if the writing of Season 4 is already completed, and the creators are looking for Season 5, but the real work for the fifth edition can begin only after Season 4 ultimately ends. It is expected that after the big gap between Season 3 and Season 4, creators will try to reduce the interval between Season 4 and Season 5 to avoid losing its fans.

The series is premiered on the US network adult swims and is run by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon. It was previously confirmed that Season 4 would be divided into two halves with the first half comprising five episodes

The show-runners intent to tease the fans for viewership rise. The tags in Season 4 will tease the fans for Season 5. The events of Season 4 will build the story arc, which will take the viewers to Season 5, preparing them for yet another fantastic journey. The finale of Season 4 is going to be good, canonical, and serialized.

Rick And Morty Season 4
Rick And Morty Season 4

The show has also revealed a teaser for the upcoming super bond ad starring Rick and Morty. The announcement is expected to air on 2nd February 2020.

The teaser will show Musty preparing his class of robots for the Superbowl to take over. Morty is seen teaching his classmates about “dip stacking,” a method that involves different flavors of Pringles and stacking them to create exciting taste combinations. Rick and Morty are getting their Prickle Rick Pringles flavor ahead of the teaser release.

There is plenty more for the fans to come from Rick and Morty as the US network adult swim gave a seventy episode renewal in 2018.

When is Rick and Morty Season 4 Release Date?

Tweets from Rick and Morty have confirmed that the second part of Season 4 will premiere in Fall 2020. Nonetheless, we will keep you posted.