'Rick and Morty' Season 4 Release Date Announced for November

Rick and Morty are making their triumphant return later this year

Therefore, it stands to reason that in one of them, Yeezy has already lent his talents to an episode, perhaps even several, of Rick And Morty.

In an early upfront presentation to WarnerMedia Wednesday, the late-night programming block announced that the fourth season of Rick and Morty would drop this November.

Rick and Morty follows a sociopathic genius scientist who drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely risky adventures across the universe.

All of the networks and cable channels are announcing their new and returning shows for the upcoming fall television season, and Adult Swim has finally revealed the eagerly awaited information that Rick and Morty fans have been waiting for. Do you really want to know? Season three definitely left a lot on the table, from Pickle Rick to the rise of Evil Morty. "Because when you are healthy and happy, I think you do end up getting home by sundown".

Previous seasons of Rick and Morty have premiered in the summer, but protracted negotiations over the show's renewal postponed production. And let's not forget "Pickle Rick", the episode that spawned a thousand memes and featured perhaps the most singularly weird premise (Rick literally turns himself into a pickle to avoid going to family therapy) in a series that hangs its hat on extreme weirdness.

Roiland, who created the show alongside Dan Harmon, told Polygon: "We're super excited that, for the first time ever, we're locked in, we know what the future is, we have job security". Will there be an undersea adventure? We'll find out soon enough! We'll keep an eye out for any Rick and Morty news that trickles out between now and November, and keep you up to date.

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