Rick and Morty will have another 70 chapters, as announced by Justin Roiland

The creators of Rick and Morty announce that they have signed for 70 new episodes of this great animated series, so seven seasons will arrive, of ten episodes each.

One of the craziest, most absurd and grotesque animated series of recent years, it could be back soon and in a big way. We are talking about Rick and Morty, the mythical series that without the need for great graphics, has caused a sensation due to the absurd and crazy adventures experienced by Rick and his grandson, Morty. There is no date for the return of the animated series, but the co-creator of the series, Justin Roiland, has posted on Twitter an image of a drawing, where it is clearly seen that 70 new episodes of this animated series will be made.

It will be spread over seven seasons of ten episodes each, which will take the series to XNUMX episodes, which means that it can be syndicated. The pity is that no data has been given on when this series will be broadcast again or when the presentation of the new episodes will be, but less gives a stone. Most surreal is co-creator Dan Harmon's video on Instagram, where Roiland and Harmon appear, rubbing their backs, joking about needing to get to work on the series.

It was previously rumored that the long-awaited fourth season was a long way off. One of the writers said he was working on the series, but Roiland and Harmon preferred to wait for Adult Swim to comment. This screenwriter put the fourth season in 2019, at the earliest.

The third season of Rick and Morty has been the most successful of this series and took another step towards the maturity and consolidation of the characters. Its success was such that McDonald's ran out of stocks of its Szechuan sauce last year in the United States, something that caused the company to decide to launch its sauce independently.

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Robert Sole

Director of Contents and Writing of this same website, technician in renewable energy generation systems and low voltage electrical technician. I work in front of a PC, in my free time I am in front of a PC and when I leave the house I am glued to the screen of my smartphone. Every morning when I wake up I walk across the Stargate to make some coffee and start watching YouTube videos. I once saw a dragon ... or was it a Dragonite?

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