Nov 22, 2016 06:59 PM EST

'Rick and Morty' Season 3 Air Date, Latest News & Update: New Episodes To Come In December 2016, What To Expect

"Rick and Morty" Season 3 will be premiering this December 2016, to the delight of fans who have been waiting for the show to finally air. As for what to expect this season, there are rumors that Mr. Meeseeks will be making a comeback.

According to GameNGuide, "Rick and Morty" Season 3 writers Erica Rosbe and Sarah Carbiener revealed at the Chicks Who Script podcast that the show will premiere before 2016 ends. The writers, though, didn't specify what date it would air.

But it's more likely to air on December, considering that season 1 of the show first premiered on December 2. If indeed it is true, this is great news for the fans, who have been waiting for so long on the air date of "Rick and Morty" Season 3.

As to what to expect this season, there are rumors pointing to Mr. Meeseeks comeback. Executives of "Rick and Morty" Season 3 have already considered the comeback, but have yet to confirm it.

iTechPost reports that the problem with a Mr. Meeseeks comeback is that they want the character to come back in a way that won't make him irrelevant. Staff writer Ryan Ridley said that bringing a character from the past should be grounded by a new angle.

Aside from a Mr. Meeseeks comeback, the show could continue where it left off in season 2, Rick being taken to a space station. A good portion of the first few episodes of "Rick and Morty" Season 3 will probably be about Rick trying to escape the space prison.

There are even rumors that the Galactic Federation will form a group of elite villains who had a run-in with Rick in the past to help in capturing him. The plot twist for this rumor is that a prominent character will be behind all this.

With so many things coming out on what will happen in "Rick and Morty" Season 3, it's hard not to get excited when it finally airs. And if reports are true, we can expect to see the first episode this December.

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