The rumors are flying that "Rick and Morty" might be coming to an end already and the fans are really upset to hear this news. This show is a huge hit and if it was canceled already everyone would be shocked to hear that news. They are working on season three of the show right now, and it would be pretty sad if they didn't get to finish getting it ready for fans.

What is going on with "Rick and Morty"?

The co-creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon have allegedly been at odds for a while now. It makes it pretty hard to work on a show together if you aren't getting along very well.

The issue is allegedly that they don't know what direction they want to take the show.

Now, they will have to figure out what direction they want to go with season three before they can start doing it. If they can't figure it out, then this could end up being the end of the show, which would really upset the diehard fans for sure. Two seasons of "Rick and Morty" is not enough. The fans are getting really impatient waiting to see how it goes down.

So could it really come to an end?

"Rick and Morty" is known for surprising fans. They actually did that with the latest season when they put the first episode up online on April Fool's Day. They could just be messing with the fans and then the next thing you know season 3 could start.

It is a bit confusing right now on what is really going to happen. Normally, it would be time for a third season right now, and it isn't airing.

Honestly, the bad part is that right now there is no way to know what will happen and the fans just have to wait and see. "Rick and Morty" fans want a third season and will be upset if it doesn't end up happening.

It was clear back on April Fool's Day when the first episode of season three aired and now months later, there is no word about what is going on with the show.

Dan Harmon actually went to his Twitter to address these rumors and as long as he is telling the truth, then there is nothing to worry about right now. He said, "As I speak, more articles are coming out about me and Justin fighting.

Because it's a less boring reason for a season to take long." He goes on to explain that if they were fighting they would be eager to share it with fans, making it sound like that is not the case at all. He basically said it just took too long to write and that is why it has taken so long.

Are you happy to hear that "Rick and Morty" isn't being canceled? Would you be upset if this show was gone? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Rick and Morty."