For Rick and Morty Season 4, lovers will need more episodes than that which we just obtained. Dan Harmon believes its potential.
While year three was initially defined as 14 episodes, production delays because of their very own self-described "perfectionist" tendencies necessarily caused a 10-episode third year.
Can Rick and Morty year 4 match a bigger episode sequence? Harmon looks optimistic, but needs fans to match their own expectations of the quality of the extra four episodes.
"I mainly blame myself for performing 10 rather than 14," Harmon informed EW. "I am still learning the way to perform the series economically while catering to the perfectionist in all people. I'd love to believe I have heard enough from my errors in year 3 which we can certainly do 14 today, but then I must say, 'Yeah but you are the man who says we could perform 14 who turned out to be incorrect so we are not talking about you today.'"
He proceeds to state they will need to demonstrate they could make the leap.
"The wonderful healthier way to approach that is that I wish to prove it using the initial 10 of year 4 -- prove it to ourselves, to creation, to the community -- which it is so simple that we will earn extra episodes."
Rick and Morty is among the most well-known shows on TV at the moment, so Harmon understands what fans will say about the situation.
"I think that the audience would vote unanimously for the concept of 14 episodes rather than 10 on the condition that 4 of these are [Purge Earth degree] episodes."
Hahaha! You have to be joking! Mr. Poopybutthole has assured that it's going to be "a really long time." Perhaps his "Santa Claus blossom" crack has been a hint and it'll arrive in time for the holiday year in 2018! Do not hold your breath. But we will see. Anyhow, nothing official has been declared yet seeing when we will get Rick and Morty Season 4, however if you seen any other hints that we may have missed, then please inform us.
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