This was nothing but good news for fans of the show, who were subjected to a painful two year wait between the second and third seasons. However, we were prepared for the worse when the show wasn't renewed right away, delaying when employees could even begin working on new episodes. "We're very excited. We're working on them, they're going to be great".
Of course, the pair are also notorious perfectionists when it comes to Rick and Morty, which may also have something to do with why previous seasons have taken so long to materialize. "Just kidding", Roiland said, in a promo for Boomerang from the Upfront. "Because when you are healthy and happy, I think you do end up getting home by sundown". "Watch Rick and Morty battle everything from interdimensional customs agents to Cronenberg monsters now". As it turns out, the wait's not going to be anywhere near as long as he let on. As of this writing, we don't have a specific premiere date, but we do know it'll land sometime in November. Will Rick become Godzilla? We'll find out soon enough!
The new series will air on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom, and if that's not good enough news for fans of the cult cartoon, the first three seasons are already on E4 - the flawless chance to refresh yourself before the next lot air.