How to Watch Rick and Morty Season 4 Outside of the US?.
After an excruciatingly long hiatus in the season, more precisely two years, Rick and Morty are back with a fourth season. This time, we have 10 episodes, which will unfortunately be split into two halves: the first five episodes of Rick and Morty are available on their channel, website and app every Sunday, and the remaining five are available after vacation. The episodes will eventually hit Netflix, but not before the entire season airs first.
The first episode premiered on November 10, 2019 on US Cable TV. Adult Swim also streams episodes on their website immediately after airing. Just visit the Adult Swim website and click Play, no registration required. Unfortunately, things are not so simple if you live outside the United States.
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Before we start
If you are in the US and have a cable TV subscription that features Adult Swim, you can watch Rick and Morty during its premiere, even if you are not in the US. You can access Adult Swim through the website or app. Simply connect a VPN on your computer or smartphone, log into the Adult Swim app or website using login credentials provided by TV service providers such as Comcast, DirecTV, and AT&T, and watch the show. If you do not know your login credentials, contact your cable TV service provider.
If you love cutting the cord, you can get Hulu Live or YouTube Live to watch the Rick and Morty episode when it airs.
Watch Rick and Morty Season 4 outside of the US
In addition to Cable, Rick and Morty will be streaming for free on the Adult Swim website and app. While the website can be accessed from any device with a web browser, the app is available for Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku, but if you live outside of the US, then the stream just shows a blocked page. To avoid this, we can use a quality VPN. Let’s set it up on all devices.
If you intend to stream episodes on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android or iOS, install the VPN app on those devices. However, if you want to watch episodes on Apple TV, Fire TV, or Roku, you’ll need to set up a VPN on your router.
After setting up the VPN, connect it to a server in the US. Adult Swim airs the episode on the website immediately after airing on TV. Or you can visit the Adult Swim website and watch when the episode airs as shown below.
Now you can simply open the website or app on your device and start watching the show. Wubba Lubba Dub Dub. If the stream is blocked again, clear the cookies and cache of the app and your web browser, then reconnect the VPN. I’ve tested it on all devices and the Adult Swim site and app are working fine. Chat with me on Twitter after watching the episode and we’ll discuss all the new details, okay?