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It seems hard to believe, but the long-awaited third season of Rick and Morty is almost over. The season finale airs in a matter of days, which is about the time fans will start chomping at the bit for Season 4. There was a pretty long gap in between Season 2 and 3, and creators/showrunners Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland owned up to the delay themselves, chalking it up to being perfectionists—but I think it’s been well worth the wait. Nearly every episode of this third season has immense rewatchability, fantastic jokes, and is extremely emotionally impactful. In short, it’s the best season of Rick and Morty yet.
So this now means that Harmon and Roiland have turned their attention to Rick and Morty Season 4, and in a new interview with EW, Harmon revealed that they could possibly extend that season to 14 episodes instead of 10:
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“I’m still learning how to do the show efficiently while catering to the perfectionist in all of us. I would like to think I’ve learned enough from my mistakes in season 3 that we could definitely do 14 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.” The nice healthy way to approach this is I want to prove it with the first 10 of season 4 — prove it to ourselves, to production, to the network — that it’s so easy that we’ll earn additional episodes. Because I never got this far [working on NBC’s] Community. I fell apart in season 3 of Community and got fired in season 4. Now I’m about to do season 4 of Rick and Morty and want to prove that I’ve grown.”
Indeed, Season 3 was...
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