Rick and Morty season 4, episode 6 release date: When does Rick and Morty return?
Rick and Morty season four will be back very soon now with the wait almost over. Adult Swim – the US network behind the animated series – also has plenty more Rick and Morty down the line after giving a 70-episode order in 2018. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about the show’s return.
When will Rick and Morty season 4, episode 6 be released?
Season four premiered on Adult Swim on November 10 in America.
Channel 4’s E4 is the home of Rick and Morty in the UK with series four premiering on November 20.
This means British fans are behind their American counterparts by a couple of weeks.
Adult Swim has now confirmed Rick and Morty will be back on Sunday, May 3 at 11.30pm Eastern Standard Time.
Episodes will be airing on a weekly basis with a total of five remaining and Adult Swim has also shared a trailer.
Channel 4 has confirmed Rick and Morty will be coming back to the UK on Thursday, May 7 at 10pm on E4.
Fans were left enraged previously after the show’s official account dropped a video but no news on the release date for episode six.
But some fans thought they’d figured out when the show will be returning after some detective work.
Voice star Spencer Grammer also opened up about the delay.
Adult Swim previously confirmed season four would be split into two halves consisting of five episodes each.
Fans have predicted there will be a big change in Part B with Summer having a major role in the series.
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A tagline for the current run said: “Half the season you deserve, all the season we could handle.”
The news left some fans outraged but Rick and Morty’s creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland have previously confirmed there would be 10 episodes in total.
Roiland posted on Twitter previously: “Finally. Season four premieres tonight! We have 10 episodes! First 5 start tonight! Sunday nov 10th at 11:30 PM E/P Only on Adult Swim.”
Some fans have been wondering if the show will be on this week but sadly it won’t because the series is on a midseason break.
Others have been questioning when it will be on Netflix after previous runs were on the platform.
There’s also been speculation about the new series with some theorising Rick could be a secret parasite.
Adult Swim has tweeted about the premiere date, confirming in a post: “Rick and Morty Season 4 will return in 2020.”
The broadcaster also posted: “You can trust us. @adultswim #rickandmorty.”
Luckily, the wait isn’t expected to be too long for the back half of the run, however, some fans are fearful the release date may have been pushed back.
Harmon previously told Entertainment Weekly: “I think it’s safe to say without fear of being wrong that the gap between seasons three and four will be the longest and last time that it’s ever so long that it’s ridiculous.
“I don’t know how fast we can do it, but I know it will never be this long again.”
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Harmon added: “There were so many things that had to be settled before we even started season four, and it’s really safe to say … we’re literally writing season five while finishing season four just to force ourselves to commit to a certain schedule.”
So season four seems to already have been completed and the show’s creators are looking ahead to the next instalment.
Details have also been teased about the season four finale with audiences in for a rip-roaring ride from the duo.
The show will be building a story arc as well which takes viewers into season five.
Summer star Spencer Grammer has opened up about filming difficulties on the show.
Harmon said: “The season finale of season four is really good. We get canonical, we get serialized.”
Roiland added: “We have a tag in season four that’s gonna tease some s**t up in season five.”
Season four has already proved to be a big hit with fans with a return from Mr Meeseeks.
The new series also features some guest voices in the form of Taika Waititi, Kathleen Turner and Sam Neilson.
Season four, episode 5 finished with quite a memorable story as snakes took over the world. The episode was filled with lots of Easter Eggs for fans.
The instalment also introduced the world to the concept of Snake Jazz, which has got many people talking.
Fans think they’ve spotted a plothole in Jerry’s daycare plan with viewers questioning the narrative arc.
Viewers have a theory Rick has been running from evil Morty for years now.
Some audience members think they’ve spotted a flaw with Rick’s pirate phobia.
There have been theories the Rick WTM-72 and its true meaning have been uncovered.
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There have been theories Rick’s C-137 identity has been exposed by viewers.
Fans think they’ve figured out the return date thanks to a Disney film.
There’s been speculation among fans about who could be the parasite while other think an error in Rick’s memory has been revealed.
Some fans think they have found a blunder in an elevator scene involving Rick the Pickle.
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Fans believe they have found a glaring Tiny Rick scene in one of the episodes.
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