'Rick And Morty' Season 3 Air Date Reportedly Moved To Earlier Date; Showrunners To Finalize Premiere
"Rick And Morty" Season 3 air date are just around the corner and the fans are delighted to know that their favorite science fiction animation will be returning soon. In the past months, talks about the cancellation of the said series have raised the concerns of the fans. However, it looks like the green light has already been given to Adult Swim's animated series and the production is already in full force.
That said, fans are curious to read about "Rick And Morty" Season 3 spoilers. The first season of the series was more on a serious tone while Season 2 was mostly a string of parodies of events and characters. This unpredictable theme of "Rick And Morty" series has fans wondering what could be in store for them in "Rick And Morty" Season 3.
Meanwhile, fans who can't seem to wait for "Rick And Morty" Season 3 air date can toy around with dozens of linked Instagram accounts that allow users to explore various locales in their current state. According to Inverse, it's like a tour of the different worlds in "Rick And Morty" which is a pretty neat diversion while waiting for the third installment.
On another note, there seems to be a discrepancy in the "Rick And Morty" Season 3 air date. In previous reports, the air date was supposedly slated for Oct. 2017. However, a new set of reports reveals that "Rick And Morty" Season 3 might be released as early as Apr. 24. According to Korea Portal, eagle-eyed fans noticed the said information in IMDB.
However, as of writing, no specific air date can be seen on the IMDB page for Episode 1 so the page administrators may have tweaked the information. The earlier "Rick And Morty" Season 3 air date elicited mixed reactions from the fans, with some doubting that IMDB page was hacked while some were also very excited to know that the air date is only less than a month away. As of writing, showrunners for Adult Swim's animation have yet to give an official statement regarding the matter.