You don’t need to travel to another dimension to get brand new episodes of Rick and Morty you might only have to wait until the end of the week.
According to the official Rick and Morty twitter account there’s going to be a special live stream on June 29 at 9 p.m. EST (that’s 2am for us here in the UK), which fans won’t want to miss.
The last time something like this happened was on April 1 when fans were treated to an early preview of the first episode of Season 3 The Rickshank Redemption.
The R&M live stream is happening! Will you be there? Or will you stream it? https://t.co/ZTVopZCWsU
— Rick (((and Morty))) (@RickandMorty) June 25, 2017
Of course it’s very possible that series co-creator Dan Harmon is just trolling us.
Let’s be honest it’s totally the type of thing he’d do to troll fans but we’re as desperate for new episodes as Rick is for the Szechuan sauce so we’re willing to believe new episodes are on the way.
Only last week Harmon explained that season three was taking o long because he and Justin Roiland were trying their best to maintain the high bar they’ve set for themselves and let’s be honest no one want to see bad episodes.
I’m looking at you Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate.
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