Yeah, Morty! Adult Swim has finally revealed when the fourth season of "Rick & Morty" will premiere. Well, they gave us a month at least.
Rick and Morty made the announcement *themselves* during the WarnerMedia upfront presentation on Wednesday, saying they will definitely be back with new episodes in November 2019. They said it about three times, in the most awkward and "Rick & Morty" of ways, as well.
Watch the video above.
The Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland-created animated series was renewed by Cartoon Network's Adult Swim for 70 more episodes last May. (See Roiland's tweet "looking forward to all the tweets asking where it is" below.)
— Justin Roiland (@JustinRoiland) May 10, 2018
And while fans have fans been waiting a year since that announcement was made, their patience will again be tested until the fall because when Season 4 finally does premiere, it will have been over two years since the third season wrapped in October 2017.
That will mark the longest gap yet between seasons of the hit Adult Swim series, as the Season 1 finale aired in April 2014 and Season 2 premiered in July 2015. Then there was almost a two-year wait between when the second season finale aired in October 2015 and Season 3 premiered on April Fools' Day 2017. The third season didn't pick up with new episodes again until July of that same year.
"Rick & Morty" Season 4 will premiere on Adult Swim in November.