Adult Swim have announced a November premiere date for the highly-anticipated fourth season of dimension-hopping animated comedy hit “Rick and Morty”. The news comes via the network’s official Twitter with a 30-second animated clip setting up the announcement.
The news comes almost one year to the day it was announced that the network had reached a longterm deal with co-creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for 70 new episodes to join the 31 produced thus far over three seasons.
Should it stick to its ten episodes per season arrangement (it’s not clear yet how many episodes are in the fourth), the show could be on the air until near the end of the 2020s. “Rick and Morty” has become the flagship show of Adult Swim, ranking as TV’s No. 1 comedy, cable or broadcast, among millennials.
— [adult swim] (@adultswim) May 15, 2019