It took a long time, but Rick and Morty are getting their fourth season. there are more. Adult Swim has ordered 70 new episodes of the popular animation series as part of a new long-term collaboration with the show’s creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. This is more than the merger of Rick and Morty in the first three quarters (31 episodes).
The rare large-scale acquisitions these days highlight the great success of Rick and Motie. Its last episode of the third season passed the highest ratings in Adult Swim’s history, and helped the program get the No. 1 comedy title on all television shows in 2017 with the Millennials.
Rick and Morty have also become a multi-platform sense not only on television but also in digital, gaming, live streaming, retail and fan experience.
“Rick and Morty are really looking at modern attacks on multiple screens and multiple touch points,” said cartoon network adult swimmer and Boomerang President Christina Miller at the end of the third quarter in October.
It has also become the gold standard for today’s adult animated comedy, and many networks hope to succeed through the mold to imitate its success.
The popular adult animated sci-fi comedy is an anti-social genius scientist who drags his timid grandson into the wild and dangerous adventure of the universe.
Rick and Moti premiered on December 2, 2013, and ended the third quarter on October 1, 2017.
In the months that followed, Harmon and Roiland occasionally updated their fans’ performance. Harmon recently pointed out that the contract negotiations “have become complicated this time.” Given the scale of the renewal, this comment makes sense.
To celebrate the new agreement, Rickmobile will return on May 17th in Atlanta, Georgia, in a national tour. The mobile pop-up store will launch a new exclusive custom-designed program collection at the San Diego Comic Con in July, with more than 50 collections.
At the same time, Harmon celebrated this news in the shower this morning.