The Next Episode Of RICK AND MORTY Isn't Coming Out Until Near The End Of Next Month

The Next Episode Of RICK AND MORTY Isn't Coming Out Until Near The End Of Next Month The Next Episode Of RICK AND MORTY Isn't Coming Out Until Near The End Of Next Month

Rick and Morty Season 6 will be off the air until November 20th. Adult Swim has released a promo which shows off what the remaining episodes of the season have to offer.

By Nebula - Oct 10, 2022 01:10 AM EST
Filed Under: Adult Swim
Source: Adult Swim

Rick and Morty's sixth and incumbent season began last month on September 4th and has aired weekly since, resulting in six new episodes being out there for your viewing pleasure.

However, following the conclusion of the most recent episode, Adult Swim announced that Rick and Morty will be taking a break for a while.

The seventh episode of Season 6 is set to premiere on November 20th, which means that fans of the comedy science-fiction animated series will have to wait for almost six weeks for the show to return.

"Please use this time to expand your mind in preparation for the rest of the season," Adult Swim requests of Rick and Morty fans as part of the hiatus announcement. Additionally, this is a great time for those who haven't yet started the new season to catch up!

To tide viewers over until Season 6 returns near the end of next month, Adult Swim has released a 45-second long promo which shows off some of what to expect from the remaining episodes (via Adult Swim). "Don't worry, the chaos isn't over. Rick and Morty Season 6 returns on November 20th at 11pm on adult swim," reads the description.

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