It is rather easy to forget Rick & Morty. No No! I did not say that and neither did I mean it. It is just that it has been a long time since Rick & Morty left us to marvel, laugh, cry with them after Season 3 premiered, isn't it? We knew Season 4 was in development but it was taking a long time.
Well, not anymore. Season 4 of Rick & Morty is on its way and we have a particular month to expect the same too. The duo is coming back on Netflix this November 2019, as it was announced only a while ago at the WarnerMedia upfront presentation in New York.
After a long wait of 2 years, specifically after the finale of Season 3 in October 2017, Season 4 will return, This is the longest gap yet between seasons of the show. Over a year elapsed between the Season 1 finale in April 2014 and the Season 2 premiere in July 2015, while there was nearly a two-year break between the end of Season 2 in October 2015 and the first episode of Season 3 on April Fools Day 2017. Season 3 then resumed in July of that year.
It was announced last May that Adult Swim had given “Rick and Morty” a massive 70-episode order, which will bring the series to 101 episodes. The order is part of a new long-term deal the network has signed with series creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon.