Rick and Morty is expected to return for season 3 in 2016, and it will be super-sized.
A video from Magic City Comic Con from late January is quickly spreading around the Internet featuring a pretty big announcement by Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon.
"I think Season 3 is--we're targeting around the end of this year," Harmon said, resulting in big applause from the audience, to which Harmon replied, "You guys do realize we're at the beginning of this year?"
As for the bigger news, Harmon first asked, "Is there any press here? Nobody blog about this," before adding, "I think we're doing 14 episodes this year."
This is an improvement over the first two seasons, which had 11 episodes and 10 episodes, respectively, leaving many fans hungry for more.
Little has been revealed about the third season of Rick and Morty, though Harmon did say in a Den of Geek interview last November that there wouldn't be much time devoted to the season 2 finale cliffhanger.
"I don't think anybody wants to do a third season that simply spends a whole bunch of episodes dealing with a situation that we created at the end of the second season," Harmon said. "So I think that's a non-spoiler way of saying things should be okay pretty quickly."
Rick notably turned himself in at the end of season 2 for his various criminal acts against the galaxy.
Asked if everything was now in the clear for Rick, Harmon simply teased, "Well, we'll keep you posted on that in the form of our cartoon."