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‘Rick And Morty’ Season 3 Canceled? Series Creators’ Conflict Might End The Show

By Rae Mendez , Jun 23, 2017 04:40 AM EDT
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Adult Swim gave fans the surprise of their life when they announced and confirmed “Rick and Morty” Season 3 earlier this year. The official first episode was aired on April Fool’s Day just after the network pranked fans with a fake video. Now that everyone’s looking forward to the rest of the episodes, there are rumors that the third season might actually be the last.

Adult Swim may have released the first episode of “Rick and Morty” Season 3 but it has kept the rest of the episodes in the vault to air it a later date. The third season is expected to make its return this summer, most likely in July but it is still uncertain since Adult Swim has not confirmed any details yet. The third season might actually also be the final one after rumor has it that the creators of the said animated show are in a feud.

Rumors are flying that creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon just can’t seem to agree on the direction of “Rick and Morty”. Because of the rumors, there are further speculations that the animated series might just be canceled. “Rick and Morty” Season 3 has already revealed details on its next few episodes but there is no news on the rest.

Harmon admitted that it keeps longer and longer to write episodes for “Rick and Morty” and he actually doesn’t know why. Harmon also confessed that he and Roiland were in fights more frequently but explained that these fights are not feuds. The creator pointed out that these were merely arguments between writers and usually have something to do with thinking of what jokes to come up with in the series. Harmon emphasized that it was a professional argument and that they don’t have any personal issues against each other. He then debunked rumors and said that “Rick and Morty” Season 3 is not delayed because of their so-called fighting.

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