'Rick and Morty Season 3' News & Update: Release Date, Expectations & Intergalactic Prison Continuation?

By Switchy Sam , Updated Nov 22, 2016 01:50 AM EST
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The ending of the season 2 of "Rick and Morty" was (spoiler for those who haven't watched it yet) Rick being incarcerated inside an intergalactic prison. The awaited "Rick and Morty" season 3 will feature the continuation of the last finale in season 2 and it is expected that some characters fans and people know of will return and have their episode on season 3. Aside from characters, the said cartoon series will also have continuity from other characters such as one of the notable characters in the series, which is Evil Morty because of his interesting personality and funny character.

Expectations to be seen in Season 3

According to Vailskibum94 in YouTube, there will be expectations that a certain scene, which involves more action and story will be present in "Rick and Morty" season 3. The scene was released during the San Diego Comic-Con and it reveals Rick fighting gigantic rats in the short clip, which can be viewed at the last part Vailskibum94's video. Going along the story about aliens invading the Earth, the story will provide a much more in-depth scenarios that will prove that the characters are not only there to provide entertainment and laughs. People and fans are going to have a feeling the same as they had during the episode of Mr. Meeseeks and the trip to Pirates of the Pancreas.


Will Jerry be the one to convince Rick to escape from the intergalactic prison? The theories are popping out everywhere and expectations to be met when "Rick and Morty" Season 3 will be revealed. Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, the creators of the series, still has something up their sleeves and it is only a matter of time until people discovers the secrets of the said series. Aside from Justin Roiland, being known to voice as Rick and Morty in the series, this will feature a brand new perspective that will slowly progress the story on each episode.

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