Arguably one of the most whimsical and darkest adventures on television is about to get more whimsical and darker. The surprise drop on April 1st of the season premiere left people in the dark on when we were going to see our favorite mad scientist and whipping boy.
For those who haven’t watched before, Rick and Morty follows a brilliant but sociopathic grandfather and his half-witted grandson as they explore the multiverse where they explore themes like religion, slavery, family, and Squanching. If you’ve never watched before it’s something recommended to watch from the start since there is an overarching story through the series.
This season looks to be tackling parodies of Mad Max and attack of the 50 Foot Woman which is no surprise since the show has no hesitation to parody movies in the past like Inception and The Purge. From the trailer Rick can’t stop reiterating that this will be the darkest season yet. Coming from a show that’s main characters have destroyed the earth once already, it begs the question how much worse does it get from here?
Co-creator, Justin Roiland couldn’t stop himself revealing that they’re already working on an inevitable fourth season already. Season 3 will be 10 episodes including the April season premiere. Don’t worry guys, Pickle Rick is almost here.
Rick and Morty Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, July 30th, 2017
Time: 11:30 P.M. EST/ 9 P.M. Pacific
TV Channel: Adult Swim
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From the Adult Swim website you can every episode of Rick and Morty and every subsequent airing.