‘Rick And Morty’ Season 3 Release Date Moved To 2017: Dan Harmon Hints On Delay In Airdate [SPOILERS]

By Georgina Davin, Parent Herald November 30, 07:00 am

"Rick and Morty" Season 3 release date was initially expected this December based on previous statements from the show's creators and writers. However, the year 2016 is closely coming to an end, but Adult Swim still has not released any updates about the series. Is Mr. Poopybutthole's prediction right?

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"Rick and Morty" Season 3 release date remains unclear to fans and viewers. As iDigitalTimes notes in its report, the show was initially expected to come out this December.

However, a recent interview with series creator Dan Harmon hints on a possible delay in the "Rick and Morty" Season 3 air date. According to the publication, Harmon shared that he is not authorized to say anything about the release of the show on air.

With December fast approaching and no news from Adult Swim on "Rick and Morty" Season 3 yet, it is expected that the new episodes will drop in 2017. Mr. Poopybutthole previously teased on the show's return in March 2017 and fans could not help but wonder if that is true.

Not much is known about "Rick and Morty" Season 3 except for the fact that they are done with the first episode. Some of the issues behind the delay in the return of the show may be the censorship that comes with producing the show.

As Movie Pilot reports, "Rick and Morty" often goes through a number of censorships before episodes get released on air. For example, in the episode titled "Auto Erotic Assimilation," there was a planet-wide orgy happening.

The show has never shied away from explicit themes either. In a previous "Rick and Morty" episode, there was a scene wherein Morty convinced Rick to get a sex robot named Gwendoline.

Do you think "Rick and Morty" Season 3 will air in 2017 or is it still possible to get a December release? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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