Where Can You Watch Rick and Morty Season 4?

It’s
been more than 6 years since the first episode of American adult animated
sitcom Rick and Morty aired on Cartoon Network’s late night programming block
Adult Swim, yet fans still look forward to watching its new episodes.

Following
the misadventures of mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty Smith, Rick
and Morty has captured audiences worldwide because of its humor, creativity and
originality.

The
first five episodes of the show aired in 2019 and it already featured several
guest stars like Elon Musk, Kathleen Turner, Keegan-Micheal Key, Taika Waititi
and Liam Cunningham.

Now,
fans are looking forward to the second half of season 4, which is set to be
released this year. But where exactly can you watch Rick and Morty?

Hulu

Thanks
to a multi-year agreement between Turner Broadcasting and Adult Swim in 2015,
you can already stream the first three seasons of Rick and Morty exclusively on
the platform if you’re in the United States. Season 4 is expected to be
released on Hulu along with HBO Max.

Netflix

Fans
of the show from the United Kingdom can enjoy its first three seasons through
Netflix. This move has caused some envy for American fans who don’t have access
to the show yet, but that could change any time soon.

The
show can also be rented or purchased on Amazon Video, iTunes and Google Play.

The future looks good for Rick and Morty

With
the immense popularity of Rick and Morty not only in the United States but
around the world, the show’s creator Justin Roiland confirmed back in 2018 that
the show has been renewed for 70 more episodes.

This
means that fans can look forward to many more adventures with the grandfather
and grandson duo in the coming years. Both Roiland and his co-creator Dan
Harmon have also worked on releasing more than the typical 10 episodes per
season, but that’s obviously still in the works until now.

Since
it was first released in 2013, Rick and Morty has become a huge part of the
world’s cultural landscape. The unique format of the show, which most fans
describe as a mash-up between “Doctor Who” and “Back to the Future” made it a
great source of unadulterated fun for adults who are looking to have a good
laugh after a long and tiring day.  

With
more episodes under way, fans will surely enjoy many more years with Rick and
Morty, and their misadventures.   

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