"Rick and Morty" is an American comedy animation which was created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon. The series follows the adventures of scientist Rick Sanchez and his grandson Morty. The idea for the series came from a short animated parody of "Back to the Future". The series first seasons was launched in 2013 and was followed by the second season in 2015. A third season of "Rick and Morty" was announced and fans have been eagerly awaiting for the release date. It has been confirmed that the show will return on July 30th and in case of fans were questioning if this were true or not Adult Swim has released a trailer for the third season.

The trailer for season 3

The trailer begins with Rick calling for his grandson. Morty walks into the garage where his grandfather has transformed himself into a pickle. For Rick Sanchez, this experiment is light in the context of what his character has done in the past. The trailer then goes on to show fans snippets of what they can expect in the third season of the hit TV show. "Rick and Morty" are seen fleeing from a Mad Max inspired group of thugs. Summer and Morty appear to have found Rick's teleporter but their grandfather is nowhere to be seen.

The trailer goes on to show some antics that Rick and Morty somehow get themselves involved in. In one scene, they are tied up while death appears imminent.

in the next snippet, Summer and the alternate universe Summer are about to save Rick from aliens. There is no doubt that season 3 of "Rick and Morty" will fulfill fans expectations of the show.

According to Metro, the first episode of the season was already released on April Fools Day by Adult Swim. The episode was titled "The Rickshank Redemption" and fans were shocked to see episode 1 of season 3 already released.

Fans can expect 10 more episode to be released every Sunday starting July 30th.

How can fans watch the America TV series

For American fans, the series will be broadcast at 11.30 on Cartoon Network during Adult Swim. The series will continue to air every Sunday at the same time until the series finale which is scheduled for October the 8th.

According to the Independent, the next episode of the series is titled "Rickmancing the Stone" and will be available on July 30th. For non-US viewers, the TV series will be added to Netflix every Sunday.

"Rick and Morty" will return to the small screen in only five days. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the highly anticipated return to their favorite series.