'Rick And Morty' Season 3 Release Date Spoilers, First Episode Will Be Released Late April

By Charisse Mae Villanueva | Mar 25, 2017 10:46 AM EDT
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(Photo : Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images) BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 24: Producers Justin Roiland (L) and Dan Harmon speak onstage during the Adult Swim: Rick and Morty panel at the Turner Broadcasting portion of the 2013 Summer Television Critics Association tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 24, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.

"Rick And Morty" season 3 is taking so long.The work is not easy when the team aims for perfection. But with delays from left to right that leaves fans' hope up and down, fans seems to have untold deadlines for the team.

From left to right, there are speculations about "Rick and Morty" season 3 release date. There have been rumors that the show will be aired this March, but with the month nearing its end, it seems impossible. And it seems like the following month is more promising than this ending one.

There was news about how many episodes are going to consist season 3. And it seems like there will going to be additional episodes to compromise for the long wait. There will be 14 episodes all and all, so "Rick And Morty" season 3 will be longer than its previous seasons.

According to "Rick And Morty" season 3's IMDB page, the first episode is slated to come on April 24, 2017. There is no info about the first episode's plot, but it is expected that the show will pick up to where it has left last season. Meanwhile, the only episode that has plot synopsis is the untitled Episode #3.6. According to a contributor named Aaron. Interesting stuffs are presented, and Rick going to Emmerdale is kickass. The synopsis is made not to be taken seriously.

Well, but who knows. With the show's silly humor, nothing is impossible. The first teaser from "Rick and Morty" season 3 is a video where a lot of clips from the show. The clips were put together to make a mini music video of "Rick and Morty" characters singing "Never Gonna Let You Down" by Rick Astley. According to NME, the show's writing phase has been finished. The team is now wrapping things up on recording and drawing the animation.

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