'Rick and Morty' Season 3 Air Date, News, Spoilers & Updates: Dan Guterman Confirms Series Close To Completion; Airing This December?

By Wenilyn A. , Updated Nov 09, 2016 10:09 AM EST
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"Rick and Morty" Season 3 is coming back on screens sooner than expected. So "Rick and Morty" fans can now drink away the stressful election night with our drunkard-yet-lovable scientist Rick Sanchez.

Considering the sad and real crazy finale of "Rick and Morty" Season 2, the wait is too painful for words. But, good news, fans can unravel the mess left by Rick's arrest sooner than what Mr. Poopybutthole teased. That is, "Like a year and a half or longer." Which means that "Rick and Morty" Season 3 might be coming in March 2017.

Reports, however, suggest that "Rick and Morty Season" 3 might be hitting small screens before 2016 ends. This might seem bleak at the moment considering that 2017 is two months away and Adult Swim has not announced a premiere date for "Rick and Morty Season" 3 yet.

As per Cinema Blend, "Rick and Morty" writer Erica Rosbe revealed during the "Chicks Who Script" podcast that the third season is already written but the animation process taking some time.

"We ended four weeks ago, I think. I think they're done soon, they're done really soon. I think in a week or two they're going to have screenings in the production office," Rosbe said.

Dan Guterman also confirmed that "Rick and Morty" Season 3 is officially done through his tweet las October 31. Guterman wrote on Twitter, "And I'm officially done. #RAM #S3," into which the fans have reacted to excitedly.

 It is safe to assume that the writing is done but this could also suggest that the whole "Rick and Morty" Season 3 is done. For now, however, the premiere date of "Rick and Morty Season 3" is not known yet so anticipating fans should treat this news with a pinch of salt. After all, it could be like "a year and a half or longer."

Stay tuned for more exciting updates about "Rick and Morty Season 3!"

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