‘Rick and Morty Season 3' Update Upcoming Episodes Nearly Complete; Release Date Anytime Now
"Rick and Morty" season 3 episodes are reportedly almost finished. This was the claim of two female writers connected to the show.
"Rick and Morty" Female Writers Interview
Two female writers for "Rick and Morty" season 3, Sarah Carbiener and Erica Rosbe were recently interviewed on the Chick Who Script Podcast. They generally talked about a lot of stuff about their work. It was during the podcast interview that the announced some good news about the upcoming season for "Ricky and Morty". The episodes are almost complete, according to the two female writers.
As of press time, the scripts are already finished and the it's up to the animation people to do their magic to bring Rick, Morty and the rest of the gang back to life in the small screen, according to Christian Today.
"Rick and Morty" Season 3 Due To Air Anytime?
The female writes also confide that their work was over more than a month ago. They estimate that Canadian based Bardel Entertainment may deliver the screenings in a week or two for approval. Once the final episodes for season 3 have been approved, the finished product is practically ready for public viewing, according to iDigitalTimes.
Female Writers' Describes Making of "Rick and Morty" Season 3
Carbiener and Rosbe were part of almost a dozen writers for the upcoming season of "Rick and Morty". The two described the writing process as intensive since they were still formulating ideas for the upcoming season. The writers have to watch a lot of science fiction films or shows including "Farscape" to borrow some inspiration and keeps the creative juice flowing.
Ideas are first shared among the group but each episode will be assigned to a smaller group of writers for finalization. The two described how a script will be re-written or edited for several times before it get approved.
"Rick and Morty 3" Air Date
Fans are hoping that "Rick and Morty" will be aired this year but there has been on official air date set for the upcoming season.