Oct 19, 2016 03:09 AM EDT

‘Rick And Morty’ Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers: Show Nearly Completed; Beth And Jerry To Finally Divorce?

Fans who have been waiting for the new season of popular animated series "Rick and Morty" are no longer in the smoke. With several new writers on board, the series has been reported to be on track to release the third season before the year ends.

Only three episodes into the second season, it has been noted that "Rick and Morty" season 3 will have nineteen episodes which are more than what it has in the previous seasons. This was due to the high viewership that the series has since it started.

"Rick and Morty" Season 3 Spoilers

 According to series creator Dan Harmon, the Beth and Jerry divorce bit was originally meant to run as a running gag for the show. However, they seem to have a change of plans. In a recent commentary track for the "Little Rick" episode, Dan Harmon said, "I thought that Jerry and Beth getting a divorce would be like Kenny being killed in South Park, like, when we first conceived the show... that it would never run out of shelf life that that was the kind of joke of like, oh all our parents were about to get a divorce,"

Dan Harmon further added, "But, I think Millennial viewers are like, 'I don't understand, why don't they just recycle more?' So, season three we kind of move the Beth story forward." To which co-creators Ryan Ridley and Justin Roiland responded: "Spoilers."

For fans who had been following the show, Beth and Jerry have been threatening each other with divorce since the first season. And with the recent revelations, it looks like they will finally do it. Even more, Beth is also rumored to have a new love interest.

The show runners have not released an exact air date yet, but it looks like Dan Harmon and his co-creators will surely live up to their promise to release "Rick and Morty" season 3 by December 2016.

For the meantime, fans can satiate their "Rick and Morty" craving by checking out the comic miniseries "Rick and Morty: Lil' Poopy Superstar."

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