Channel 4 has bumped up the United Kingdom premiere of Rick and Morty after fans complained about its delayed release date. Originally set to premiere in January of next year, the series will now return on Nov. 20 at 10:00 pm.
Ian Katz, the Director of Programming at Channel 4, broke the news on Twitter. However, instead of airing on Channel 4, the series will be moved to the youth channel E4.
OK Rick and Morty fans...you told us you were none too happy about having to wait till January to see Series 4 on Channel 4. We heard you! So we’re bringing forward its UK premiere to 10pm on Wednesday Nov 20 on E4, then streaming on All 4. Enjoy!— Ian Katz (@iankatz1000) November 11, 2019
Rick and Morty's fourth season premiered on Sunday, Nov. 10, on Adult Swim after a two-year hiatus. While the series has been available to stream on Hulu for the last few years, HBO Max recently signed a deal that will grants their customers access to the cult hit. However, Hulu fans have nothing to worry about, as the series will remain on the older streaming platform as well.
Rick and Morty follows the adventures of a genius scientist and his grandson as they travel across the universe.
Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, Rick and Morty stars Justin Roiland, Sarah Chalke, Chris Parnell and Spencer Grammer. The series airs Sundays at 11:30 pm Eastern on Adult Swim.
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