After a truly tremendously long wait since season three finished up back in October 2017, first episode of Rick And Morty season four is finally here.

Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat dropped tonight for streaming on the US Adult Swim website, which will require you to either boot up your VPN or get your hands on one to access. For those without a VPN, it is expected that new episodes will be rocking up on Netflix Australia (as they still hold the streaming license) at a slight delay, but that is yet to be confirmed.

Back in May 2018, Adult Swim ordered 70 episodes of the hit show. 70 episodes can be stretched over a whopping seven more seasons, but the show’s creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland are convinced the show will be around for way longer than that.

Thankfully, the new partnership means that the creators hopefully wont leave us with big, gaping Rick and Morty-shaped holes in our lives for months (and years) at a time. Thank fuck for Adult Swim, honestly.

Although the show has been out since December 2013, it didn’t begin to get popular until the break between the second and third season. And now, in the lead up to Season 4, people are losing their fucking mind over it.

Six episodes are scheduled for the near future, with the final one, Rattlestar Ricklactica, streaming in the US on December 8.

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