It looks like fans of Rick and Morty Season 3 shouldn’t wait long because Adult Swim has just previewed a sneak peek for the next episode. We are treated to a scene of Rick dragging Morty out of school to join him in a series of twisted scape-escapades, including a tribute to Star Wars.
The footage originally aired on an Adult Swim-hosted livestream earlier in December. The three-minute NSFW is laden with the F word. So, you better be aware of kids hanging around while you’re watching the clip. Season 3 was supposedly set to premiere last December, but this has been pushed to March 2017 because of conflicts in scripts and other what-nots.
All about Rick and Morty Season 3
According to co-creator Dan Harmon, as quoted by Den of Geek, we might see the two characters going to Hawaii for Rick and Morty Season 3. He said that it’s time to demand the network to allow him and co-creator Justin Roiland to bring Rick and Morty to the sunny state of Hawaii (and maybe dance around the shores?).
At the end of Season 2, we saw Rick “not okay.” This should not be the case in Season 3 because as Harmon said, there is no way they would create one whole season to spend on the same plot. Rick, in this third season, should be okay.
Fans of this animated science fiction comedy will be happy to know that they may count less than three months before Rick and Morty premieres. The scripts were reportedly completed by Sept. 28. But the animation of the characters takes a while. It’s quite possible that the show will commence mid-March of this year.
New blood in Rick and Morty
There’s a lot to expect this season, primarily because there is new blood in the production team. Yes, you heard that right. Seeing as the show garnered quite a number of following in the past year, Harmon and the others decided it’s time to let a woman’s touch affect the show. For Season 3, we may see more sensitive matters being discussed than in the previous two seasons.
Rick and Morty Season 3 will have 14 episodes. Season 1 had 11 episodes and Season 2 was cut down to 10 episodes.