Rick and Morty is an American adult animated science fiction sitcom, created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for Cartoon Network’s late-night programming block Adult Swim. The series follows the misadventures of cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his good-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith, who split their time between domestic life and inter-dimensional adventures.
After season 3, there was almost a two-year break before Rick and Morty returned with season 4. The mid-season finale of Rick and Morty season 4, episode 5 named Rattlestar Ricklactica has aired and now everyone wants to know when the next half of the show will premiere.
Series co-creator Justin Roiland confirmed in a July interview with Entertainment Weekly that Season 4 would be 10 episodes total.
The Festive season December break is common for many television series, so we can expect the next half to premiere around the time when usually the series that return after their Christmas break return, that is around February ending or March.
The voice actor of Summer Smith’s character, Spencer Grammer confirmed she finished recording for her lines in the start of November, so the season 4 part 2 might take a little longer than February 2020.
There is no firm way of knowing when the rest of Season 4 will air until the producers make an announcement, but our best guess puts the mid-season premiere in early March at the absolute latest.
On the plus side, there is confirmation of there being season 5 as the writers are reported to have said that they started writing for season 5 just after they finished season 4.
So, we will not have to wait as long as we did for season 4 for season 5.
Many guest stars are going to make appearances in the fourth season of Rick and Morty. The stars in season 4 include Paul Giamatti, Sherri Shepherd, Sam Niel, Taiki Watiti, Kathleen Turner, Jefferey Wright, Justin Theroux, Mathew Broderick and many many more names of the industry.