Rick and Morty Season 4 is in full swing on Adult Swim following a monumental November 10 premiere incident where Morty nearly ruined the world and Rick (temporarily) expired! There’s a lot going on in the year that is new, so it’s a good thing we’re here to provide all the information you should know.
Adult Swim has released the names for the first five episodes, together with a Twitter thread revealing the silly episode synopses for each, and also the back-half of Season 4 should broadcast in early 2020. Season 4 includes mad Morty, some distance snakes, and even a dragon!
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Here’s every detail we could find about Rick and Morty Season 4, including several teasers and hints from the trailer and other movies, all enhanced with some secrets acquired from across various timelines from the multiverse (but mostly only from the central finite curve):
When does each event in Rick and Morty Season 4 atmosphere?
We’ve known since the debut of this Season 4 trailer in October the Rick and Morty Season 4 would begin broadcasting November 10, when each of the five episodes will broadcast but beyond that we have no means of knowing for certain. We know for sure that’s not the situation.
This is each incident in the first half of Season 4 has aired or is predicted to air, when.
Episode 1: November 10
Episode 2: November 17
Episode 3: November 24
Episode 4: December 8 (supported )
Episode 5: December 15 (unconfirmed)
Will There be another break between Episodes 5 and 4? As it gets nearer, we’ll see. However, more importantly, in the event the back half of Season 4 atmosphere?
When doesRick and Morty Season 4, Part 2 atmosphere?
Throughout The Season 4 trailer, we heard that the first five episodes would broadcast
starting in November. What about the five?
“Five All-new episodes begin Sunday, November ten at 11:30,” the trailer narration says.
“Half the year you deserve — all the year we can handle.” While this news may overtake a swath of Rick and Morty fans, it really isn’t cause for concern. We know that there is a next half coming… eventually.
TV series require a Rest over the holidays from December. (This occurred in Rick and Morty Season 1.)