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‘Rick And Morty’ Season 3 Release Date, News & Updates: December Premiere Imminent As Writers Confirmed Episodes Are Done

By Mario Manlupig, Jr. , Oct 14, 2016 12:46 PM EDT
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"Rick and Morty" season 3 premiere is just around the corner as writers of the hit animated sci-fi comedy confirmed via podcast that they already finished the script over two weeks ago. Given this accomplishment in production, is "Rick and Morty" season 3 feasible to air before the year ends as what reports claimed?

"Rick and Morty" fans are on a major Christmas holiday treat from show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland as its season 3 has partly been confirmed for release in December 2016. This imminent release by this year was disclosed by its writers Erica Rosbe and Sarah Carbiener via interview on the "Chicks Who Script" podcast.

Season 3 Nears Completion

In the said podcast, Rosbe and Carbiener talked about the arduous process of crafting the show's script. As they admitted, "Rick and Morty" season 3 nears completion. In the final days last September, Rosbe and Carbiener disclosed that the material for the show's new episodes had already been forwarded to Bardel Entertainment in Vancouver.

The duo, however, noted that it remains uncertain as to when the Canadian studio will return the script and neither do they have any idea when they will take hold of their script. What is certain for now, Carbiener stressed out, is that in a couple of weeks Bardel will have screening.

"Rick And Morty" Season 3 - A Surefire Hit

The creatives behind "Rick and Morty" season 3 expect the show to be a surefire hit. The team vowed a distinct season will rock American television as plot changes have been observed. Rosbe noted that they are not just minor changes.

"Rick And Morty" Season 3 Spoilers

The show's upcoming season also has been spoiled around the web for many times over. The latest is 70s sci-fi movie Logan's Run that will make an appearance this season. In many familiar ways, "Rick and Morty" will be inspired by the movie's outright eccentricity.

 

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