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‘Rick and Morty’ Seasons 1-3 Box Set Coming To Blu-ray and DVD Next Month
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Rick and Morty

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a little over five years since Rick and Morty first aired. Especially considering there’s only been three seasons so far. Food Network churns out 22 seasons of some of their shows in the same amount of time.

We’re currently a little over 15 months into our wait for Rick and Morty season four, with no return window in sight yet. The wait for season two was around 15 months. The wait for season three was a particularly painful one, lasting about 18 months. But fans are used to earning those new seasons with unwavering patience. Something that’s much easier now that we know that lots and lots of new episodes are coming our way.

If you haven’t seen the animated comedy yet, or you don’t own any of the seasons yet, a new box set containing all three seasons is coming to Blu-ray and DVD soon. You can find all of the details on it below.

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‘Rick and Morty’ Season 4 Confirmed As Adult Swim Orders 70 New Episodes — Yes, 70!
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Rick and Morty

Because of how massively popular Rick and Morty has become, it was automatically assumed that a season four was on the way. Fans knew it would be a while, but one day it would arrive and that patience would be rewarded. Then came the troubling surprise that, despite fans already being nearly half a year into the wait for season four, that season hadn’t even been ordered yet. Much worry spread.

At the time I theorized that perhaps Adult Swim was just as excited as the rest of us about the show and forgot to do the proper paperwork. Or perhaps they wanted to top that memorable April Fools’ Day joke. Whatever the case, all has now been remedied and all is well in the world once again (sorta) as Adult Swim has not only confirmed season four, but they’ve ordered 70 new episodes. 70. FREAKIN’. EPISODES. That’s more than double the amount of episodes we’ve gotten since the show debuted back in December of 2013 to look forward to.

Show creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon made the big announcement that they were heading back to work, rather hygienically, in a video you can find below with the full announcement.

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Wait, What? ‘Rick and Morty’ Season 4 Hasn’t Even Been Ordered Yet
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Rick and Morty

We’ve already had a “wait, what?” moment with Rick and Morty when the premiere episode for the long-awaited third season was surprise aired on April Fools’ Day almost one year ago. The wait from season two to season three was nearly two years for fans, so it was clear that the wait to season four would also be lengthy.

Like other popular shows such as Game of Thrones and Stranger Things, it looked likely we wouldn’t be seeing new Rick and Morty until at least 2019. That could still happen, but it turns out that one rather crucial step in creating a new season is the network actually ordering it. Who’da thunkit?! Despite the show being immensely popular and a season four seeming like a no-brainer, it appears that Adult Swim has not actually given the greenlight yet.

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Realease Date and Special Features For ‘Rick and Morty’ Season 3 Blu-ray/DVD Announced
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Rick and Morty Season 3

We know we’re in for a lengthy wait before Rick and Morty season four makes its way to our eyes, so the best way to pass the time is to of course re-watch the previous three seasons over and over again.

If you’re the type of person who prefers to own episodes so you can watch them whenever you please instead of waiting for them to re-run on Adult Swim, the release date and special features for the Rick and Morty season three Blu-ray and DVD have been announced.

You can find all of the information below.

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TV Review: Apollo Gauntlet 1.1 “Origins”
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Apollo Gauntlet
Season 1 Episode 1: “Origins”
Directed by Greg Franklin
Written by Myles Langlois
Created by Myles Langlois
Starring Myles Langlois, Tom Kenny, Betsy Sodaro, Mark Proksch, Kelsy Abbott, James Urbaniak
Adult Swim
Air Date: Monday, July 10th, 2017, 12:30am

Early in the AM hours, Apollo Gauntlet joined the parade of lunacy that is Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. Adult Swim started back in 2001 and quickly became a cult hit with its briskly paced, sarcastic, and crude series like Home Movies, Harvey Birdman, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Apollo Gauntlet, created by Myles Langlois, is a perfect fit for Adult Swim with its old fashioned style of animation and nearly unending stream of consciousness style puns, one-liners, and pop culture references.

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