Rick and Morty's fourth season still up in the air


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"I'm sure they all have their reasons", said Ridley in the radio interview.

When are we getting the new season of Rick and Morty?

Ridley said that, based on how long it's taken the staff to get the scripts written and the episodes animated in the past, he would be surprised if the fourth season debuted before late 2019.

"I never understood why everybody - all parties, Dan, Justin, and Adult Swim - didn't get their shit together, and make the show fast", said Ridley, jokingly. "I would like to think I've learned enough from my mistakes in season 3 that we could definitely do 14 [episodes] now, but then I have to say, 'Yeah but you're the guy who says we can do 14 who turned out to be wrong so we're not listening to you now, '" he explained. It can be frustrating for fans, but all of the delays could probably be forgiven if Rick and Morty maintains its high level of quality. I don't care what you do, you just gotta get it together. If that were the case, it would mark the longest inactive period for the show, surpassing the 18 months people waited for the third season. Well then get your shit together, get it all together and put it in a backpack, all your shit, so it's together. Movies and TV series take a long time to write, produce and release.

"I highly doubt there won't be [a season four], I'm just shocked that it's taking - we got done writing season 3 in November of [2016] and here we are 11 months later".

Ryan Ridley, a writer and producer on Rick and Morty, appeared on the Detroit Cast, and he didn't have good news to share about the state of season four. That's stupid!' vs. 'Yeah, I dunno, that seems right, that sounds cool.' Which is, by the way, every time travel movie, because time travel isn't real and no one knows if it's possible.

Another seemingly endless wait is upon "Rick and Morty" viewers, according to reports. Let's just hope it doesn't escalate to the crowds forming outside McDonalds because they ran out of Szechuan sauce. Because I never got this far (working on NBC's) Community. Listen to it here.

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