'Ricky and Morty' Season 3 Latest News & Update: Half The Animation Completed? Predicted To Roll Out In December!

By Jyotirupa Sarma , Updated Nov 15, 2016 06:12 AM EST
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"Ricky and Morty" fans will be happy to know that their favorite show might premiere in December. The rumors are making the rounds that half of "Ricky and Morty" Season 3  animation is already completed.

"Ricky and Morty" fans are still positive despite the ongoing controversy and allegations revolving around the show's explicit content. The news was also there that there will be no season three after the popular Season 2 aired in 2014. The creative difference was reported as the reason behind the bleak future of "Ricky and Morty" Season 3, as stated by Counsel Heal News.

Nevertheless, One of the producers Dan Guterman has put speculations to rest  and announced that half of the animation of "Ricky and Morty" Season 3 is already completed. Dan even said that the team "Ricky and Morty" is eagerly waiting for the Season 3  premiere.  

According to Itech Post, "Ricky and Morty" got positive feedback from the critics and TV buffs. The animated science-fiction comedy tickles the viewers' funny bones with its geekiness. However, the much awaited "Ricky and Morty" Season 3 is still on hold as its exact release date is not disclosed yet.

Previously, Christian Daily reported that "Ricky and Morty" Season 3 will be premiered on December 2. But there was no confirmation of the news which disappointed the fans a lot. The report further said that the makers are releasing it as a holiday gift for the viewers.

It also claimed that writers Erica Rosbe and Sarah Carbiener had confirmed that they had done working on "Ricky and Morty" Season 3. However, Rosbe also hinted that "Ricky and Morty" Season 3's animation department are going very slow. At the same time, both the writers were on the same page as Dan Guterman and implicitly stated that half of the animation is already done. 

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