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Rick and Morty’s season four start date has been revealed.
After many, many months of waiting, the show’s creators have confirmed that new episodes will land in November this year.
In a teaser posted by adult swim, Rick asks Morty if he wants to reveal the good news to their fans.
When his nervy grandson declines, Rick says: ‘Everybody, Rick and Morty is back. Brand new season four in November 2019 – this year.
‘Man I can’t believe we’re back,’ Morty adds, ‘we’re gonna be back, I mean. In 2019 of November.’
An exact date in November is yet to be revealed but at least we have something to look forward to.
The animation has been approved for a staggering 70 more episodes, which means we could have a few more seasons ahead of us yet.
The show has become a cultural phenomenon since it first aired in December 2013 for Cartoon Network, and to date has only produced 31 episodes.
Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, it follows the adventures of mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty Smith.
Roiland’s recent Instagram hinted that the character Snuffles, the family’s pet dog, could make a return in the new seasons.
The popular pooch started a canine uprising after being equipped with an IQ-enhancing helmet in the episode Lawnmower Dog.
Sharing progress on how the new season was coming along, he wrote: ‘Rick and Morty season four is happening. It’s amazing. It’s coming. No need to be upset that I also make other things.
The photo alongside his message showed Roiland’s two dogs Jerry and Pup-Pup, with the former inspiring the character of Snuffles.
Could it be a sneaky hint at the character’s return? He has plenty of episodes to make it happen, to be fair.
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