Finally, Rick and Morty Season 4 returns on May 3, Adult Swim announced in a new series teaser. That is when audiences can see the last 5 episodes of the season.
After almost two years of waiting for new shows from Rick and Morty, the first half of season 4 came out at the end of 2019. The second round of episodes had no schedule, so viewers wondered when the event would come back after Rick and Morty appeared on the social networking pages of Adult Swim in a Super Bowl and other short films. Finally, about four months later, we received our response.
Here is the second half of the fourth trailer of the season here. You will see lightsabers, mechs, face-huggers: Rick and Morty are abundant in goodness during the season.
Both Hulu and HBO Max will share licenses with Rick and Morty beginning later this year. Whether Netflix may also act is uncertain, but it seems impossible. Hulu is scheduled to air in Rick and Morty in season 4, probably in October, according to Netflix Life Post. HBO Max is expected to receive season 4 in a similar timeframe.
It was a crazy few months after Rick and Morty started in season 4 in November 2019. The new episodes begin Sunday, May 3, at 11.30 pm East, and it’s just a 5-episode series, so it won’t be too long before we have to wait once more.
The cast of season 4 will include:
- Justin Roiland as Rick Sanchez
- Chris Parnell as Jerry Smith
- Spencer Grammer as Summer Smith
- Sarah Chalke as Beth Smith
- Kari Wahlgren as Jessica
- Maurice LaMarche as Abradolph Lincler
For the next segment of Rick and Morty, season 4, the first trailer is set to the classic Thin Lizzy tunes, with boys returning to the chaos Morty would use.
Early speculation, linked to a blissful picture of Rick above, suggests that Beth, Jerry, Morty, and Summer will eject messy device-makers out of their lives most of the season. However, the separation creates a new divide between Rick and his daughter Beth. The latter can die only to be resurrected this season.
A report has leaked from the painting of episode 1, which reveals that the show is a strange world, with an exceptionally light and joyful version. The tone may be related to an amnesia-like sound condition for Rick.