It seems that the next season of Adult Swim's "Rick and Morty" will be one of the best seasons so far, as has been claimed by the creators of the show. However, fans are more concerned regarding the official air date of "Rick and Morty" Season 3.
In a recent tweet by Mike McMahan, writer of the show, he asked when the Season 3 will be coming and afterwards, continued to say that the third season will be the best one and is worth the wait.
"Greatness takes time," McMahan's tweet reads.
WHEN ARE WE GETTING RICK AND MORTY SEASON 3?!?!?
just relax- it's our best season and worth the wait. Greatness takes time.
— (((Mike McMahan))) (@pleaseprint) August 26, 2016
Season 3 of "Rick and Morty" is scheduled to air in late 2016 and will continue airing till the first quarter of 2017. Though the official release date has not been announced yet, most probably, the third season will premiere sometime in December. Even though the fans don't have any clue regarding the release date of Season 3, the creators of the show are making sure to keep them updated with every detail through social media platforms. Most recently, Erica Hayes, the show's artist, posted the latest drawing board from Season 3 of "Rick and Morty," with the caption, "There was... an attempt."
The previous season of "Rick and Morty" ended with Rick surrendering himself to the space cops so that his family won't have to live in hiding anymore. Recent speculations regarding Season 3 plot states that Rick will be escaping the jail with the help of Evil Morty, who is his grandson but from an alternate dimension.
The storyboard images also hint that Evil Morty will be having a conversation with Rick, possibly discussing a plan for Rick to escape from the Galactic Federal Prison. Rick's granddaughter, Summer, might also assist Evil Morty with the plan.
Fans are also looking forward to whether there will be an Inter-dimensional Cable episode in the next season or not, as was stated by show's creator Justin Roiland in the San Diego Comic-Con 2016. However, Roiland has said that he is still unsure about the idea and has yet to decide upon that.