Let’s Get Schwifty! Season Four Of ‘Rick And Morty’ Coming This Fall!

The last episode of “Rick And Morty” aired back in October of 2017 and since that time fans have been eagerly awaiting any news about when our zany adventurers will be making their triumphant return. We can now finally confirm that season four of “Rick And Morty” will be airing in November of 2019, marking nearly two full years since the conclusion of season three.

The announcement was made at the Warner Group (which owns the Adult Swim channel) presentation at the 2019 upfront. The release date was made official at the event. In May 2018, the network revealed the animated series by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland commissioned no less than 70 new episodes, which will be distributed across an as yet unknown number of seasons.

Fans are overjoyed with the news that their wait is almost over for new episodes and in additional “Rick And Morty” news it seems that a major rap artist could be joining our time travelers, as Rick and Morty could soon be visiting other dimensions with none other than Kanye West.

A journalist at The Blast asked the creators of the show for their opinion on a possible collaboration with Kanye West. Last year, the American MC revealed on his Twitter account that Rick and Morty is his favorite show and that he’s watched each episode several times. For Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, there’s no question about it: they’d be delighted to hire Kanye West to write one of the 70 episodes commissioned by Adult Swim.

“We f**king love Kanye, man. [He’s] a kindred spirit, genius, visionary. If that guy had the support to do all the ideas he has in his head, it would be f**king Elon Musk 2.0. […] I’m giving him an episode, I’m making it official. We have 70! He can have one. Kanye, you can have an episode.”

The rapper hasn’t responded to the invitation yet. This could be an opportunity for him to add another string to his bow as a fiction screenwriter.

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