Rick and Morty fans have been hoping for almost two years for the entry of the show’s fourth season. Sadly, there are more long periods of holding up in front of us. Leaving that, we’ve at last gotten a glance at Season 4 by a clip of after its distribution by Adult Swim after it initially debuted at San Diego Comic Con. The third season ended in October 2017. According to the sources, the 4th season starts streaming in November 2019 with no fixed released date as of now.
Adult Swim announced a total of 70 Rick and Morty episodes in 2018 which can add up to 7 more seasons of the show. Co-makers Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland also seemed to be idealistic that the show can keep running for that long. During a San Diego Comic-Con panel for Season 4 in July 2019, Adult Swim demonstrated a final scene from the new season. In this scene, Taika Waititi(Director) voices a tech-genius alien named Glootie who helped Jerry develop some sort of app. And the app again has proved to be a failure and now Rick and his father Jerry wants to remove it from the Internet. This is the nearest thing to a trailer that we have up until now.
As of now, there has been no confirmation about the plot of the series. The number of episodes are also unrevealed. But if we go by looking at the previous seasons, there can be around 10 episodes.