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‘Rick and Morty’ Season 3 Release Date Confirmed: 19 Episodes Total; Visiting China’s Titanic-Themed Park, Claims Report

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By now, it is clear that fans can most likely expect Rick and Morty Season 3 sometime in the early part of next year. Fortunately, there are a few somewhat confirmed tidbits regarding the show’s possible release date, how many episodes and perhaps some trips to other places.

To start, it is rumored that Rick and Morty will be going on an adventure! Well, sort of. But they are said to be going to Hawaii and China for Season 3. It has yet to be confirmed, but a tweet they made quoting a Titanic-themed park in the Sichuan Province seems to back up this claim. The tweet read, “Sounds like Jerry’s going to China.”

The Titanic-themed park will also simulate the ship’s collision with the iceberg. The life-sized replica of the Titanic will repeatedly collide with the iceberg, to be exact.

The Number of Episodes

The show’s co-creator and voice actor Dan Harmon supposedly confirmed that Season 3 will have a total of 19 episodes, running a little longer than the previous two seasons of the show. The episodes of the upcoming season will shed some light on some unanswered questions from the previous season. It will also mean some fun and adventure for the two main characters.

According to Harmon, having more episodes would mean more ideas to bring to the table. More ideas also mean more possibilities for the two characters’ adventures, which is what everyone wants.

With all these tidbits in mind, the only question left is the specific release date for Rick and Morty Season 3. Despite Harmon previously hinting that it will come out by the end of 2016 or before the end, no teaser nor update has surfaced. The lack of updates caused a wave of angry and impatient fans-turned-trolls to harass both the show’s creators on Twitter with demands to air the third season.

Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon responded to the trolls in the manner of how their characters would respond. Harmon effectively shut them down, asking them how they think TV shows and movies are made.

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