Rick and Morty: What Time Does the Mid-Season Premiere Start on Adult Swim?

The wait for new Rick and Morty episodes is almost over on Adult Swim, and the mid-season is finally upon us. It's been nearly five months in the wait between new episodes, and the producers have been quiet about what fans can expect, we didn't even know when the show would return from its hiatus. But now the final five episodes of Rick and Morty Season 4 are set to premiere this evening, and fans in the United States can begin watching Episode 6, "Never Ricking Morty," starting at 10:30 PM CST / 11:30 PM EST on May 3rd.

Like many of the titles in the series, the midseason premiere title gives us very little as to what to expect. The description for the episode does even less in this regard as it merely teases that the episode involves "Catching a train." But if you want to catch up on the rest of the season before the new episode airs, Adult Swim is helping in that regard too!

Beginning at 8:00PM CST/9:00PM EST, Adult Swim will be airing a mini-marathon of the first five episodes of Rick and Morty Season 4. So if you've missed any of the initial batch released last December or are wanting a fun lead-in to the newest episode premiere, then you'll want to keep your eyes on Adult Swim long before the new episode airs.

As for the rest of the final five episodes, the other titles aren't quite as clear either. With a currently unconfirmed release order, the other four titles in the season are "Promortyus," "Childrick of Mort," "The Vat of Acid Episode," and "Star Mort Rickturn of the Jerri." Thankfully, it won't be too long of a wait to see what these final episodes will hold as Rick and Morty is finally back on Adult Swim!

But hopefully the fifth season to come after won't have us waiting too long before it makes its debut! Rick and Morty Season 4 returns to Adult Swim on Sunday night, May 3rd at 10:30PM CST. Are you excited to see what's to come from the rest of the fourth season? What do you think Rick and Morty will be getting into in the midseason premiere, "Never Ricking Morty"? What did you think of the first five episodes of the season? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or talk to me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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