Adult Swim announces release date for finale episode of Rick and Morty season 4
Adult Swim has officially announced the release date of the 4th season finale of Rick and Morty. The outrageous comedy created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon is known for its dark humour and bizarre storylines which has made it a fan-favourite sitcom. But lately Rick and Morty went too far on season 4 and disappointed the fans.
- Rick and Morty season 4: The funniest episode so far
- But why are fans threatening to boycott Rick and Morty season 4?
- Adult swim officially announces release date of Rick and Morty’s 4th season finale
Adult Swim has officially announced the release date of the 4th season finale of Rick and Morty. The outrageous comedy created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon is known for its dark humour and bizarre storylines which has made it a fan-favourite sitcom. But lately Rick and Morty went too far on season 4 and disappointed the fans. Read below to know how.
Rick and Morty season 4: The funniest episode so far
Rick and Morty is finally back in early May, and after an uneven first half of season 4 last year, the show is in its best shape upon its return. Fans have noticed subtle changes in the plotline of Rick and Morty.
The Episode 6, “Never Ricking Morty,” saw the series get more meta than ever before—which is a feat in itself. But more importantly, the episode was tight, smart, and hilarious. Never Ricking Morty” was probably the best episode yet of Season 4, not just because it was so full of meta jokes, Easter eggs, and references to past Rick and Morty adventures.
Rick and Morty found themselves trapped on a narrative train that was destined to go in circles endlessly, until the titular heroes broke its continuity. The episode reminded of the Bong Joon-ho’s 2013 sci-fi cult favorite Snowpiercer. Some fans called this episode as “Spacepiercer” after finding uncanny similarities with the movie.
Rick and Morty is doing its best to signal to its audience that the sci-fi comedy that began in 2013 is slowly and subtly changing, and honestly, it’s the best thing that can happen to this show.
But why are fans threatening to boycott Rick and Morty season 4?
Rick and Morty are famous for their dark hunour humour but this time they went too far upsetting the fans. The seventh episode of Rick and Morty season four called Promortyus was much like the cartoon’s entire historic catalogue with scientist Rick Sanchez and grandson Morty going on another unexpected adventure.
During the course of the episode audience were surprised to see Rick and Morty making jokes on 9/ 11 and Pearl Harbour episode that took lives of thousands of people. The episode caused outrage among the fans and they threatened to boycott the series.
One fan sarcastically tweeted: “Is Rick and Morty still doing 9/11 jokes? “Because wow, that’s so funny in 2020.”
A second responded with dismay: “This season sucks and on top of it your making 9/11 jokes?”
While a third simply added: “Boycotting Rick and Morty.”
We hope that this won’t be repeated again on season 4 and beyond. Let’s find out the release dates of 4th season’s finale episode of Rick and Morty.
Adult swim officially announces release date of Rick and Morty’s 4th season
Rick and Morty is telecasted on Adult Swim and serve as a hugely successful segment for the network. The series is also available on Netflix. Adult swim has officially made the announcement for the release date of finale episode of Rick and Morty season 4.
The 4th season finale of Rick and Morty will be telecasted on 31st of May on Adult Swim network. On Netflix India, each episode of the 4th season part 2 will be available on the following Sunday. In UK, the series is with Channel 4. Australia will get new episodes of Rick and Morty season 4 on the following Wednesday after release in the US. There’s no sign of new episodes in some European countries — Germany and France don’t even have a season 4 yet.
So, grab your favorite animated sci-fi sitcom on the medium and time slot that is available to you depending on your region. And don’t forget to write your views on Rick and Morty in the comments box below.