Fans are anxiously awaiting the rest of "Rick and Morty" season 3, which seems to be taking forever. Several days ago, Dan Harmon, sick of hearing rumors about the possible demise of the show, took to Twitter to set everyone straight. In a lengthy Twitter rant, Harmon explained that the "Rick and Morty" Season 3 delay didn't mean the show was doomed and that he wasn't even fighting with co-creator Justin Roiland. According to Harmon, the season just took a really long time to write. Harmon went on to explain that he and Justin Roiland have done their jobs and the show is written.

"Rick and Morty" has moved on to the drawing room, literally.

What is taking so long?

The first episode of Season 3, titled "The Rickshank Redemption" was released as an April Fool's Day surprise. Ever since, we haven't heard anything about the rest of the "Rick and Morty" season except that it will be released at some point this summer. Not that June is almost over, Adult Swim fans are growing increasingly impatient to hear something about the premiere date for the remainder of Season 3.

Adult Swim livestream news

"Rick and Morty" fans are still in the dark regarding the Season 3 premiere date but news of an upcoming Adult Swim livestream has everyone hoping that an announcement will be made.

So far, the network is being just as secretive about the upcoming livestream as they are about when the popular animated series will continue airing new episodes.

According to Polygon, all we know about the upcoming Adult Swim livestream is that it will be "Rick and Morty" themed and that it will be "spontaneous," whatever that means.

What we do know is that fans are really hoping for some insight about when the next episode will air and maybe some season spoilers to give everyone an idea which direction the show is headed and what characters might be making a comeback.

Even though the livestream event has been called "spontaneous, it has an actual date to tune in.

"Rick and Morty" fans who want all of the info about the upcoming season, straight from the source should tune in on June 29 at 9 p.m. ET. The Adult Swim livestream will be available right on the network's website. Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland will be on hand to discuss the show.

Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland will be on hand to discuss the show. We're hoping that they talk about all the rumors surrounding "Rick and Morty" Season 3 and let us all know exactly what to expect from the upcoming episodes.