Rick & Morty Creators Ditch Long Wait Between Seasons
Rick & Morty has always been like a good cup of coffee.
It takes a while to make, but when it's ready, it tastes goooood and fills you with adrenaline-induced heart palpitations.
In knowing that we're probably going to have to wait until 2019 for Season 4 to hit our screens, we'd basically reconciled the fact that we'd be twiddling our thumbs like this between every season from now on.
However, all is not as it seems.
With 70 BRAND NEW episodes being commissioned all at once, show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland will have more time to get their ideas down on paper and complete the production process before each season airs. WOO!
We don't know if this decision is going to affect the time frames for the next Season, but we can sit comfortably in knowing that we'll never have to wait so long again to get schwifty.
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