"Rick and Morty" (Photo: Adult Swim)
Fans of “Rick and Morty,” Adult Swim’s hit adult cartoon series, finally have a time to set on their calendar for season four.
During WarnerMedia’s Upfronts event Wednesday morning, Adult Swim announced the return of the show’s fourth season in November 2019, complete with a trailer released on Twitter.
Wubba lubba dub dub! Catch the season 4 trailer
Rick and Morty follows the adventures of disgruntled drunken mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his nervous grandson Morty as they travel through time and space navigating aliens, apocalyptic scenarios and their family’s long list of issues.
Watch the teaser trailer for the fourth season below!
It’s possible Daniel Radcliffe, best known for his role as Harry Potter, may join forces with “Rick and Morty” on a magical adventure.
Looks like #DanielRadcliffe has an open invitation for @RickandMorty. #WarnerMediaUpfrontpic.twitter.com/oBRJVvKSka
Ice-T, who was featured in an episode of “Rick and Morty,” where he revealed himself to be from an alphabetical-elemental race of aliens (his name was originally Water T), also was in on the hype.
I got a lotta Love from my RickandMorty appearance! https://t.co/VgcU3Kad0v
Stay tuned for a whole lot of Morty in the future
Adult Swim signed for 70 more episodes of the popular, critically acclaimed cartoon, a massive renewal order.
The total is more than double the number of episodes produced for the show’s first three seasons.
The story of “sociopathic genius scientist” Rick and his “inherently timid grandson,” Morty, is the creation of Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, who had their own way of announcing the pickup in the Adult Swim news release.
“Fans all over the multiverse can rest easy tonight, as show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland announced while taking a shower this morning on Instagram, that they are heading back to work on their hit animated series, Rick and Morty,” according to the release, which added that the two cartoon creators now have a long-term overall deal with the cable network.
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