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Netflix has finally delivered the news that we have all been waiting for (no, it's not 'When Will Social Distancing Rules Be Relaxed').
The second half of season four of Rick and Morty will premiere in Australia and New Zealand from May 6.
In a deviation from the previous instalments, these five episodes will be dolled out each week on Wednesdays.
The fifth (technically tenth, but who's counting) and final episode of the season will hit Netflix on June 3.
This will be music to fans' ears as they have been desperately yet patiently twiddling their thumbs hoping to get word on the new material.
The first half of the cult programme's fourth season didn't air until late 2019, two years after the third concluded.
Taglined 'half the season you deserve, all the season we could handle', fans were left desperate for more after the first five episodes debuted.
But thankfully it was all just a matter of patience - and the wait is almost over for the second batch of episodes.
Promising to come back 'crazier than ever', fans will finally see the waiting game come to an end as the second instalment of the fourth series hits screens next month.
The first episode will land in Australia and New Zealand only a few days after it premieres in the US.
When the first part of season four dropped, it was months before anyone else around the world was able to feast their eyes and ears on 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 only have less than two weeks to go until we get to see whether the wait was worth it (it probably will be).
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