Some say that good things come in small packages, but Rick and Morty fans may not agree with this statement when they see that only five episodes of season 4 will be released this year, but with the rest of them coming next year.
The first episode, named “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat” will air on Cartoon Network at 11:30 PM, with the first half of the season airing weekly after that. For the fans of this great season who want to watch the episodes on Hulu, they are usually released onto the streamer eight months after the season has finished, meaning fans should get to watch the episodes in late 2020 or it can be early 2021.
For now, it is said that there are only five episodes of the new season four, with the show’s Twitter saying that this is just the half and the rest they will do it as soon as possible. That says that more five episodes will be released in early 2020 on Cartoon Network.
It is said that some star will be there for the vocal part of it. Alongside the usual voice cast members, there will be several high-profile guests stars voice characters. Justin Roiland as Rick and Morty, Chris Parnell as Jerry, Spencer Grammar as Summer, and Sarah Chalke as Beth these all are confirmed to be back their voicing their characters. There will be some more who will join them later.
In an Interview Roiland said something from the new season, he said that they have made the series in a very proper way or serially so that the fans will watch them in proper order.
The co-creator of this show also said that there would be a couple of Meeseeks popping up here and there. There will be some exciting parts. The trailer is available in all social media and YouTube as well, the team of Rick and Morty confirmed.