Season 4 release of Rick and Morty

When will the season start up again?

Jacob Damboise, Staff Writer

Season four of Rick and Morty premiered on Adult Swim on November 10 in America and fans have been fervently waiting for the next release of episode from Adult Swim.  Today I will be giving a brief assessment of the show’s release dates and showing the results of the research to allow for fans to know when this break is over for the season. Now Adult Swim has now confirmed Rick and Morty will be back on Sunday, May 3 at 11.30pm Eastern Standard Time.
Episodes will be airing on a weekly basis with a total of five remaining and Adult Swim has also shared a trailer. Though fans were left enraged previously after the show’s official account dropped a video but no news on the release date for episode six. Adult Swim previously confirmed season four would be split into two halves consisting of five episodes each. Fans have predicted there will be a big change in part two with Summer, a usually minor character, having a major role in the series. The news left some fans outraged but Rick and Morty’s creators Dan Harmon and  co-creator Justin Roiland have previously confirmed there would be 10 episodes in total. Roiland posted on Twitter previously: “Finally. Season four premieres tonight! We have 10 episodes! First 5 start tonight! Sunday Novermber 10th at 11:30 PM E/P Only on Adult Swim.” Some fans have been wondering if the show will be on this week but sadly it won’t because the series is on a midseason break. There’s also been speculation about the new series with some believing that Rick could be a secret parasite, but that is all just speculation at the moment. Adult Swim has tweeted about the premiere date, confirming in a post: “Rick and Morty Season 4 will return in 2020. The broadcaster also posted: “You can trust us. @adultswim #rickandmorty.” Harmon previously told Entertainment Weekly: “I think it’s safe to say without fear of being wrong that the gap between seasons three and four will be the longest and last time that it’s ever
so long that it’s ridiculous.” And I think we can all thank God for that.