When is Rick and Morty Season 4 Coming to Hulu
Rejoice Rick and Morty fans! For season 4 is here with 5 episodes! Granted, it’s not enough. But it’s better than nothing. Everyone is wanting to find out where they can get a chance to see Morty Smith and Rick Sanchez off to their crazy adventures. Well, if you’re a US viewer, then it’s not available to stream on Netflix. For non-US viewers, here’s how you can watch it on Netflix. Though, it is available on Adult Swim and the Hulu streaming service. So, for US Hulu viewers, when will Rick and Morty season 4 arrive?
Season 4 Schedule for Adult Swim
Rick and Morty season 4 has already arrived, with two episodes already out! If you would rather stream the show or binge-watch it all at once, you need to wait a bit more. For starters, the episodes will be released in one episode per week basis. Hence, we’ll probably be seeing the fifth episode of Rick and Morty season 4 on December 8th.
Rick and Morty Season 4 Hulu Release Date
It’s not sure when the exact date of the 5th episode is. But knowing Hulu’s pattern, we do know that they add the Adult Swim’s episodes about a couple of months after. It previously took 8 months. Evidence proves this. The show’s third season last episode ‘The Rickchurian Mortydayte’ originally aired on Adult Swim on 1st October 2017. Hulu added Rick and Morty season 3 on its streaming platform months later, on 23rd June of 2018! The waiting period was similar to that of Rick and Morty season 2 as well.
Thankfully, it’s not the same for Rick and Morty season 4! It’s actually going to come 5 months after the last episode of season 4 airs on Adult Swim. This is thanks to a new deal that the original network made with Hulu
To be exact, Hulu will add Rick and Morty season 4 in about 5 months. If the last episode ends up airing on 8th December, then the release date for Hulu would be May 8th, 2020.
The three seasons are available for US viewers to stream on Hulu. The show stars Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, Spencer Grammer, and Tom Kenny. The series was created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland.