• “Rick and Morty” Season 4, episode 6 might be released in April
  • “Rick and Morty” released a new trailer for season 4
  • “Rick and Morty” fans want new episodes 

“Rick and Morty” Season 4, episode 6 might not be ready until after two months.

“Rick and Morty” Season 4 premiered on Nov. 1. The gap between each episode was usually one week except for the fourth and fifth, but the last episode aired on Dec. 15 and it’s almost two months since then, fans have been wondering when episode 6 will be aired.

According to The Cinemaholic, the next episode of the popular Adult Swim animation will be released sometime in April 2020 after a break of around three months and a half. Adult Swim and the series’ producers have not released an official date yet, so it might return earlier or later. But one thing is sure, the next episode is coming this year because on Dec. 17, the producers wrote on Twitter, “‘Rick and Morty’ Season 4 will return in 2020.”

Meanwhile, Otakukart suggested that “Rick and Morty” Season 4, episode 6 might return in March. But then again, the people behind the popular show haven’t confirmed the exact date yet.

Just recently, a new trailer for the fourth season was shared on Twitter. In the clip, Morty and Jerry are in an adventure and Rick isn’t featured in the video. The father and son are telling an alien to “take the app down” after learning that just like them, it has no weapons.

The post was flooded with comments from fans who have been waiting for episode 6. Meanwhile, others already wanted to see the rest of the episodes of the current season. 

“Episode 6 please,” one commented.

“release episode 6 you pigs,” another added.

“Just release the rest of the season already!” @quantimun opined.

“WE WANT THE REST OF SEASON 4,” @loadingsharif wrote.

Meanwhile, series creator Dan Harmon revealed after season 3 that they could do more episodes for season 4, but he was only considering 14. However, when Adult Swim renewed the series, the cable network ordered 70 episodes, which is more than double the number of episodes combined in the first three seasons.