There is a group of animation buffs that have been losing their minds over Rick and Morty for a few years now. The third season has been in development for two years though and with that kind of wait people have started to talk. The second season ended on a cliffhanger which hasn’t helped the fanbase when it comes to waiting for new episodes. There have been a lot of rumors as to why there have been delays and while the creative team owes no one anything Dan Harmon was hungover this morning and took to twitter to explain what took so long.
The answer turns out to be a creative team that got a little lost in the creative process. Harmon explains that there isn’t any dramatic explanation that involves lots of infighting or anything else. Harmon has seen sites posting articles about how the third season isn’t happening or it’s the last and he feels he owes it to the fans to provide some sort of explanation. He doesn’t a two years isn’t even that long to wait for a season of a show. It’s long enough and Harmon just wants people to stop making something out of nothing.
The first episode to the third season was dropped on April 1st out of no where and Harmon assures people that the third season is coming this summer. There isn’t a definitive release date yet though Harmon assures that the rest of the third season will be here sometime this summer. The full twitter thread is below but it is very long.
An animated series that follows the exploits of a super scientist and his not so bright grandson.
Rick and Morty, created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, stars Justin Roiland, Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer, Sarah Chalke, and Kari Wahlgren.
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