When does #RickandMorty premiere?

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Rick and Morty fans is going to be back very soon now. The last outing hit screens in 2017, so there's been a bit of a wait. US network Adult Swim confirmed back in 2018 it had renewed Rick and Morty for a total of 70 episodes. So, there will be plenty of Rick and Morty in the future and many more seasons to come.

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Adult Swim has shared details of Rick and Morty season four with the show dropping soon.

Season four will be kicking off in the US on Adult Swim on Sunday, November 11 at 11.30pm.

The first five episodes will be released all at once for fans to binge.

However, there’s no news on when the latter half of the series will be coming out.

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Rick and Morty season 4 will be hitting screens in November 2019Rick and Morty season 4 will be hitting screens in November 2019 (Image: ADULT SWIM)

Rick and Morty creators Dan Harmon and Justin RoilandRick and Morty creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland (Image: GETTY)

Season four will be comprised of a total of 10 episodes, which creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland confirmed to Entertainment Weekly earlier this year.

The episode titles for season four have now been revealed which could offer more clues about the show. 

The second part could be released in 2020 with the remaining five instalments dropped at once like the first half.

Channel 4 will be the British home of Rick and Morty but the broadcaster has yet to reveal a premiere date.

was previously where UK fans could watch the show and it’s not yet clear if it will be on the streaming platform now it’s on Channel 4 in Britain.

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