The patrons of "Rick and Morty" have been very restless as there is still no exact premiere date for the "Rick and Morty" Season 3. But then, the TV series Creator Dan Harmon explains in a video the episode's current status.
According to iDigitalTimes, "Rick and Morty" Creator Dan Harmon has started burning the fans who kept on asking for the "Rick and Morty" Season 3 release date. But aside from that, Harmon has taken into his podcast Harmontown to explain the detailed reason for the prolonged "Rick and Morty" Season 3 development process.
"They're drawing it," Harmon says in his video before beginning into a basic justification of the animation process. "Here's how cartoons work. First you write them, then you draw them. For a really long time... so if all I do is write it and then put it on TV it will look like a script, instead of 'Rick and Morty', which you seem to like."
Furthermore, Cinema Blend also noted that Dan Harmon already clarified the reason behind "Rick and Morty" Season 3's delayed release date. He stated that he really wanted the next season of "Rick and Morty" to be perfect and he also wanted to make sure that funniest jokes made it into "Rick and Morty" Season 3.
Harmon also pointed out that the decision for the "Rick and Morty" Season 3 release date is up to Adult Swim and not his own decision. This may indicate that Adult Swim may pick a more eye-catching time in the year to launch the next season of "Rick and Morty" but it doesn't indicate that the soonest the audiences will see Rick And Morty will be next fall. It can be remembered that the Season 2 of "Rick and Morty" premiered July 26th, 2015 which is a little more non-traditional when matched to average hot show premiere date.
Although there is still no concrete details on "Rick and Morty" Season 3 release date, the viewers are assured that Dan Harmon along with the other staffs of production are doing their best to deliver the fans the show they deserve. For now, the fans of Rick and Morty are encouraged to keep an eye for further announcements from Adult Swim.