Rick and Morty quickly became one of the most popular cartoon shows in the nation after it launched in 2013. It's been slow progress since then though, with the show only offering fans 3 seasons in the 5 and a half years. The quality of the show allows fans to forgive the lengthened waits they've become used to, but it appears long waits will soon be a thing of the past. Rick And Morty creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland made their way down to San Diego Comic-Con and told an excited audience that seasons should no longer face delays.
“There was a lot of stuff that happened between seasons three and four that won’t have to happen again,” stated Roiland, referring to crazy contract negotiations. He also promised that he and Harmon were already hard at work on season 5, although season 4 has yet to air. Joining Roiland, who voices both of the title characters, were Spencer Grammer (Summer), Sarah Chalke (Beth), and Chris Parnell (Jerry). The cast was very tight-lipped regarding the upcoming season, but Harmon and Roiland did hint at the return of Mr. Meeseeks and also a time-traveling adventure. They also dropped a clip from the upcoming season that features Thor: Ragnorok director Taika Waititi playing alien intern Glootie.
The First "Rick & Morty" Season 4 Images Have Arrived
“Rick And Morty” season 4 is close.
The beloved and thought-provoking brainchild of madcap brothers Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, Rick & Morty has become an instant classic since its debut in 2013. With three seasons already in the books, Roiland and Harmon have been hard at work on the next installment, which is set to feature some of the zaniest episodes thus far; case in point, behold this table full of post-its, in which a glimpse at the creative process can be gleaned. Beware, some of them include: Rick’s Day Care, Library Zoo, Jerry Gets Into Twitter Feud + Wins Now Someone Is Trying To Kill Him, Jerry Gets A Pinecone In His Butt, Bark-Nado, The People’s (Basketball) Court, and Morty Buys A Boat.
Recently, the first images from the upcoming season arrived, indicating what we might come to expect on this go-around. Which is to say, not much. A planet full of hostile crocodiles, perhaps cousins of “Crocubot” of The Vindicators fame, and even more shockingly, a peaceful moment for Rick. Of course, said moment occurs on a serene yet oddly phallic planet, so expect the unexpected.
Look for more news on Rick And Morty’s fourth season during Comic-Con this weekend, where the series is scheduled for a panel. Are you excited for another dose of the time-traveling duo? Season 4 kicks off this November.
"Rick & Morty" Announce Season 4 Will Arrive In 2019
Rick & Morty will be returning before the end of the year.
Rick & Morty became one of the most popular series on television in the past few years. With season three ending in the fall of 2017, fans have been eagerly awaited for season four. At one point, the fate of the show was up in the air after the co-creators, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, revealed that the series wasn’t ordered for season four. Of course, the demand was so high, as you could expect for a show with a fanbase that ran McDonald’s out limited edition Szechuan Sauce in a matter of hours, that it was only right that a season four was ordered.
Rick & Morty have returned, announcing season four of their Adult Swim show. In a new video teaser, the eccentric grandpa-grandson duo revealed that they’ll be returning in November 2019. “Everybody, Rick and Morty is back!” Rick says in the clip. “Brand new season four in November 2019. This year!”
Morty adds, “I can’t believe we’re back. We’re going to be back, I mean. In 2019… of November.”
Although they didn’t announce an actual date, they began teasing season four last year August after Adult Swim ordered 70 episodes from the series. It’s unsure what exactly we could expect from the new season but given it’s growing popularity, including a co-sign from Kanye West, we might see more celebrity faces, even rappers, make guest appearances on the show much like Logic did a few years back.
Dan Harmon Gifts Kanye West A "Rick And Morty" Episode
Kanye West on "Rick And Morty" might soon become a tangible reality.
Should Rick And Morty's rules apply to our own planetary plane, Kanye West already exists in many alternate worlds. Therefore, it stands to reason that in one of them, Yeezy has already lent his talents to an episode, perhaps even several, of Rick And Morty. Now, it would appear that such a reality will become our own, as series creator Dan Harmon has officially gifted Ye with a blessed privilege. Following news that Rick and Morty's adventures would resume in November 2019, commencing a staggering seventy-episode run (divided across several seasons of course), Dan Harmon revealed intentions to gift longtime fan Kanye West his own episode.
Speaking with The Blast, Harmon opened the door for Yeezy to roll through in a major way. "I'm giving him an episode," Harmon said. "I'm making it official. We have 70, he can have one. Kanye, you can have one . . . It's official. That would be fucking amazing." Roiland echoed the praise, citing Yeezy as a creative genius. "Ye is a fucking kindred spirit, genius, visionary," he praises, before extending the same invite to actor Daniel Radcliffe, another longtime fan of the series. "You should be doing voices on our show," says Roiland. "You're a good actor man. You should just come in the writer's room for a couple of days, hang out, come up with a character you can do."
You excited for that new season of Rick And Morty?
"Rick & Morty" Teams Up With "Operation" For New Special Edition Game
The Rick & Morty takeover continues
Adult Swim's hottest cartoon collection is being became a brand new board sport. USAopoly, a board sport distributor and licensor, is teaming up with Rick & Morty for a particular version of the basic board sport Operation. For those that watch Rick & Morty, the fashion of the brand new board might be immediately acquainted. A useless homeless man sporting a Santa hat sits bare on the sport board, and gamers should dissect sport items with out hitting the perimeters to win.
The homeless Santa comes straight from the Rick & Morty episode "Anatomy Park." In the hilarious episode, Rick and Morty shrink right down to miniature measurement to invade Ruben's physique and discover what's inflicting him to die. Rick's sensible, but deadly, plan to show the homeless man's insides into an amusement park causes a sequence of occasions that results in hilarity and disgust. Operation goals to convey each of these feelings to their newest particular version board sport.
The sport makes use of amusement park illness-themed points of interest, such because the Cerebral Cortex Carousel, the Haunted Liver, or the Pirates of the Pancreas. Players should take away the points of interest from the physique in an effort to win. You can purchase the particular version Operation sport on Amazon for $30.
WTF… Adult Swim Hasn't Signed Rick & Morty for A New Season
Wow, this is news to us. Apparently Rick and Morty has not been signed on for another season, despite its overwhelming popularity with its loyal and vast fan base.
Dan Harmon, the show’s bread and butter, is one the co-creators and also a voice actor, writer, producer, and executive producer for Rick and Morty. Needless to say, he’s an absolutely vital factor and the show wouldn’t be what it is without him.
So, it’s come as quite a shock that he hasn’t wrapped up the writing for another season Rick and Morty — but even more surprising that the network hasn’t even called for it. Recently, Adult Swim announced its own , featuring the adventurous pair in its featuring headliners Run The Jewels.
This tweet from a fan soon followed…
And Dan Harmon made it very clear why the next season Rick and Morty isn’t locked in…
Oh, jeez, Rick. Er, Dan. We gotta figure this out.