While the first episode Rick and Morty's third season has debuted, fans are growing impatient regarding when the rest will finally be delivered.
Showrunner Dan Harmon has taken to Twitter to explain exactly why the wait between seasons has been so long, giving multiple reasons.
“A hungover thread where I address Rick and Morty devotees because I feel bad for any fan worrying about any show-threatening issue,” the long thread starts. “Justin [Roiland, co-creator] and I are very regretful about the season taking way too long.”
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Harmon basically says himself and Roiland want season three to be better than the previous two seasons, something that will no doubt be a huge challenge. He also clarified that the pair have not been fighting despite rumours that have swollen on the Internet. Read the entire thread below.
Also intriguingly, Adult Swim has announced a Rick and Morty live-stream to air this Thursday, 29 June, without giving any real context. Can we expect a release date?
So far, all we know regarding the release date for definite is season three will come ‘summer’ 2017. When? Who knows. In the meantime, you can read our ‘everything we know’ article on season three — featuring clips and episode titles — here.
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