New Rick And Morty Episode Drops Today In Australia And New Zealand
The day is finally here: fans of the hit animated series Rick and Morty will get to feast their ears and eyes on the newest episode from season four.
The latest season has been divided into two parts, with the first half premiering in December last year at once.
However, the second half will be dished out on a weekly basis.
This method certainly won't bode well for those who like to binge watch a whole season in one foul gulp, but it looks like they won't have a choice in the matter.
The latest episode is titled 'Never Ricking Morty', which is meant to be a spoof on the title of NeverEnding Story. According to CNET, the episode is set on a train in space. We won't go any further because it's more fun to approach it with no knowledge of what's going to happen.
Early reviews say it's a pretty decent episode, however doesn't have that absolute outrageousness that is pushed to the edge that we see in other instalments.
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The first episode has landed in Australia and New Zealand only a few days after it premiered in the US.
When the first part of season four dropped, it was months before anyone else around the world was able to watch the programme.
Dedicated fans in America even uploaded some episodes onto adult websites like PornHub so that the masses could get their Rick and Morty fix.
Thankfully, we won't be put through that torture this time around.
Created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, the Emmy-winning animated comedy series from Adult Swim first debuted in 2013.
Following a sociopathic genius scientist who drags his inherently timid grandson on insanely dangerous adventures across the universe, over the years the programme has become a cult favourite among viewers - who in the past have been in for a bit of a waiting game when it comes new episodes.
Now we have a painful wait until the following episode drops next Wednesday. The fifth (technically tenth, but who's counting) and final episode of the season will hit Netflix on June 3.
Featured Image Credit: Netflix/Adult Swim
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