Rick and Morty Fans Share Their Frustrations On Why They Can't Watch Season 4 on Netflix

Netflix just released the first five episodes for Season 4 of Rick and Morty, and naturally, it’ll take another few months for the second half of the season to release. The release date for the second season remains unconfirmed, but let’s not worry about that yet, since the first half of season 4 is currently available for watching. Rick and Morty’s fourth season has received positive feedback from critics and fans alike, and with it being available on Netflix for streaming, viewers are now able to watch the episodes as many times as they want. 

Rick And Morty Season 4 Unavailable In North America

Netflix recently released the first half of the 4th season of Rick and Morty, making it available for online streaming

While the rest of the world got to enjoy the first half of Season 4 of Rick and Morty, several fans across the United States and Canada received some bad news. Since the series works with its own licensing streaming deals in North America, it isn’t available for watching on Netflix yet. Naturally, it ignited several angry and hurt feelings in the form of tweets from fans across the United States and Canada. 

Second Half of Rick And Morty Season 4 

Rick and Morty revolves around a mad scientist who takes his 14-year old grandson, Morty, on crazy science adventures with him

Another element that adds into the current situation is the fact that season 4 isn’t completely over it, and its second half will be released sometime in the future – on an unknown date. It means that Rick and Morty Season 4 won’t be available for viewing until the entire season is wrapped up, and the audience doesn’t have a single inkling of when. 

Responses From North American Fans 



Source: Comicbook, TechRadar


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