Rick And Morty Season 4 Episode 6: Release Date And All We Know So Far: Despite any rumor he has heard otherwise, Rick and Morty have not broadcast his season finale on Adult Swim tonight. There are still five more episodes, only to be broadcast sometime in 2020.
The show did not mention when the next episode will air when Season 4 Episode 5 ended or had a preview for the next episode. But we know from previous interviews that much progress has already been made for the rest of the season.
Spencer Grammer, Who Voices Summer, said he already worked on episode 10 of this season
Some Australian websites also reported incorrectly that Season 4 only had five episodes, but we know for sure that this is not true. These websites report the exciting news that Season 4 will finally arrive in Australia on Netflix on December 22. But the publications, including LAD Bible, reported that Netflix Australia was waiting for all episodes of Season 4 to air before the episodes were broadcast. This is not accurate, as five more episodes will come this season. Instead, it seems that Netflix and Kissanime was waiting for the first half of the season to air in its entirety.
Spencer Grammer (who gives voice to Summer) said in an interview with Collider at the end of November:
We have, I think, two more episodes that are broadcast in this part. And then we have five others that will eventually leave, sooner rather than later. And then we also have, I know they are working in the fifth season. I hope we can explore more from his background and the future and only in general. ”
So, yes, Grammer confirmed that five more episodes in Season 4 will come out “eventually,” and added that they will air “sooner rather than later.” Then he noticed that he had already recorded for Episode 10.
Grammer said he had just finished recording Season 4 Episode 10, but they would be “reviewing and then rewriting certain things.” She revealed nothing more about the end.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly in July, Justin Roiland said Season 4 would last 10 episodes. Then, on November 10, just a few hours before the premiere of the first episode, Roiland officially announced that there would be a total of 10 episodes in the season.
Roiland wrote: “Finally. The fourth season premieres tonight! We have 10 episodes! The first 5 start tonight! Sunday November 10 at 11:30 PM E / P Only in Adult Swim.
Some of these rumors began because the initial advance of Season 4 only mentioned five episodes. The trailer said: “half of the season you deserve, the whole season we can handle.” You can see it below:
But that was never supposed to indicate that Rick and Morty were only going to have five episodes this season.
So you can be sure, according to Roiland and Grammer’s comments and interviews, that Episode 5 is not the end and end of the season. The season does not end faster than usual. We are only going to have a break before season 4 returns for episodes 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Yes, that means there are five more episodes to watch in season 4 of Rick and Morty.
We just didn’t know exactly when those episodes will be broadcasting after Season 4 Episode 5 ended this week. But we do know that it will be sooner rather than later, so I hope this means the first part of 2020. We will update this story when more information is known.