'Rick and Morty' Season 3 Updates, News & Spoilers; Reason Why Season Won't Push Through This Year

By Chad Jarvis - 02 Dec '16 05:10AM

The Fans of "Rick and Morty" all along thought that the coming in of the heavily awaited Season 3 series comes this month.  However, fans were disappointed that it won't happen after all. This came after announcements were made that the 2016's pilot episode will push through next year.

The "Rick and Morty" has amassed a huge fan base since its beginning in 2013.  Rick, the mad scientist and his chronologies of misbehavior, antics, and humor, together with his equally mind blowing grandson continue to entertain on Season 3.  And since it's ending in 2015, the followers continue to hope and hold on to   updates on the dark comedy series.  One of the details that they are hanging on to is the character of Mr. Poopybutthole, seemingly telling the people that the animation returns a year and a half after it ended. 

"Rick and Morty" writers, Sarah Carbiener and Erica Rosbe,  in one of their appearances in a podcast, made a statement that the script has been finalized and a portion of the animation is already done. 

There were also rumors that the reason why the pilot of "Rick and Morty" is moved due to its censorship issues, but nonetheless, the reason why the airing takes a little longer is not detailed in their official 'Adult Swim' website.

The different attack on the comic animation of the "Rick and Morty" is a huge hit among fans.  It was famous for being one of the smartest TV shows airing albeit bordering on the adult side. Meanwhile, there's a lot to expect in the upcoming "Rick and Morty" Season 3. The world being taken over by an alien, Rick being under the intergalactic prison, and his family's outrageous action on dealing with his imprisonment are just a few of the scenes that fans can expect coming in the next season.

As one of the writers in Season 3 Mike Mahan says, the upcoming show is worth the wait.

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