Those Rick and Morty Season 4 negotiations were bigger than we thought. Not only have creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon confirmed Season 4 is go at Adult Swim, but the title duo’s adventures could well take us through Season 10.
It’s not an easy time for Rick and Morty fans. Season 4 remains perilously in limbo, and further away by the minute. And where April Fools last year brought a wonderful surprise for fans, Adult Swim has followed up with a bizarre Australian remake that may or may not be sanctioned by creators…
We’re going to be pretty desperate for new Rick and Morty until at least late 2019, so Adult Swim has thankfully provided some relief. Our favorite cosmic adventurers do their best Men in Black for a new Adult Swim music video from Run the Jewels.
Few in the galaxy know when Rick and Morty Season 4 might happen, but co-creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland are at least serving up seconds from a fan-favorite. See what became of Mr. Poopybutthole with an extended clip of the character’s new life.
Rick and Morty caused enough chaos inspiring fans to pursue lost McDonald’s sauce; let alone the restaurant itself trying to keep pace. Now, after weekend return shortages, McDonald’s promises the Szechuan dipping sauce is coming back full-time this winter.
For one beautiful moment, it seemed the multiverses of Rick and Morty aligned to bring us the McDonald’s Szechuan dipping sauce that Rick famously ranted about. Now, it seems McDonald’s one-day promotion has turned more sour than sweet, as empty locations rile up fans.
We’re not quite ready to say goodbye to Rick and Morty Season 3, especially after only ten episodes and multiple prior delays. However long Rick and Morty Season 4 might take, there’s at least good news – co-creator Dan Harmon is aiming for an expanded episode order.
The all-consuming Game of Thrones vortex left little room for other TV on Sunday, but those who caught Rick and Morty Season 3’s latest saw even more fire. Adult Swim took a shot at Game of Thrones’ writing these past years, and they may have a point.
It’s hard to believe Rick and Morty Season 3 is finally upon us (for real), but even July 30 seems too far away. Go inside the first two episodes with new featurettes, including a Mad Max-type world, and sneak a peek at the new opening credits!
Guest stars are something of an afterthought when it comes to the sci-fi madness of Rick and Morty, but Season 3 won’t be without familiar voices. Not only will co-creator Dan Harmon stage another Community homage of sorts, but Susan freaking Sarandon will also lend her voice.
Adult Swim finally broke its Rick and Morty silence to give us a full Season 3 trailer and July premiere, so there’s little left to do but get schwifty. And by “schwifty,” we mean trip out on Rick and Morty in every animation style possible for a series of new promos.