After over a decade since its last season, "Samurai Jack" is finally returning to the silver screen. The show's creator, Genndy Tartakovsky, has long teased about an upcoming installment since the show ended in 2004, and fans would be happy to know that everyone's favorite Samurai is coming to Adult Swim really soon. Many expected that "Samurai Jack" season 5 was all but a pipe dream -- since there was a 13-year wait. But good news finally arrived in 2015 when Adult Swim confirmed that #JackIsBack with the show seeing a fifth -- albeit final -- season

Jack finds his inner Samurai again

"Its been 50 years since we saw Samurai Jack and time has not been kind to him," the Adult Swim YouTube channel's description of the teaser read.

"Aku has destroyed every time portal and Jack has stopped aging, a side effect of time travel. It seems he is cursed to just roam the land for all eternity."

The fifth season starts off with Jack convinced that he won't be able to defeat Aku any longer -- he's lost all hope and has also grown out his hair and beard, even though he doesn't look like he's aged since he started his quest 50 years ago.

Surely, the program wouldn't be the show that it has been with Jack just sitting around and feeling sorry for himself. He eventually finds the Samurai in him once again and regains the determination to defeat Aku once and for all. Of course, this only happens after he gets attacked by Aku's assassins and receives some pretty intense visions from the past.

Same vibe, new style

It's definitely exciting to see that the fifth season of "Samurai Jack" still keeping its original roots and animated style within the storyline that fans all know and love. Considering that avid watchers of the show back in 2011 have all grown up, it's not so surprising to see the show engaging in more action and more violence.

Unfortunately for fans, the show's final season will only have 10 episodes. So it's best not to miss an episode and savor every single moment. "Samurai Jack" season 5 premieres on March 11 at 11PM ET/PT on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. Until then, watch the teaser trailer below!