Those Rick and Morty Season 4 negotiations were bigger than we thought. Not only have creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon confirmed Season 4 is go at Adult Swim, but the title duo’s adventures could well take us through Season 10.
It’s not an easy time for Rick and Morty fans. Season 4 remains perilously in limbo, and further away by the minute. And where April Fools last year brought a wonderful surprise for fans, Adult Swim has followed up with a bizarre Australian remake that may or may not be sanctioned by creators.
The long wait for new Rick and Morty is especially fraught this year, as conservative estimates place Season 4 in late 2019 (at best). Now, creators confirm Adult Swim has not yet renewed the series, and contract negotiations with parent company Turner are to blame.
We’re going to be pretty desperate for new Rick and Morty until at least late 2019, so Adult Swim has thankfully provided some relief. Our favorite cosmic adventurers do their best Men in Black for a new Adult Swim music video from Run the Jewels.
Rick and Morty fans are no stranger to long waits, but our first real intel on Season 4’s premiere isn’t good news. One writer claims little-to-no work has been done on any new episodes just yet, which could leave Rick and Morty high and dry until 2019, if not 2020.
Few in the galaxy know when Rick and Morty Season 4 might happen, but co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland are at least serving up seconds from a fan-favorite. See what became of Mr. Poopybutthole with an extended clip of the character’s new life.
If you thought fighting over Szechuan sauce was peak Rick and Morty saturation, ooooo-whee. The acclaimed and increasingly-controversial Adult Swim animated series has gone even more adult, earning its very own porn parody. Be warned – there’s squanching.
If it weren’t weird enough watching Rick and Morty inch into reality on our McDonald’s menu, the Billboard chart is certainly a head-turner. The fan-favorite Adult Swim series reached its next bizarre milestone, landing “Terryfold” on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart.