Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland have just signed a huge deal to deliver more "Rick & Morty" episodes than they’ve made to date. “Rick and Morty” fans have a huge reason to celebrate. Adult Swim is not only renewing the popular animated series for a fourth season, they are making sure fans get to see several more seasons of the hit series.

Roiland and Harmon announce new deal

Leave it to Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon to announce their new deal with Adult Swim in the weirdest way possible. First, Roiland posted a “Rick and Morty” sketch on Instagram that announced the 70-episode Adult Swim renewal.

Dated May 10, the drawing shows the popular characters with Rick saying, “It’s official Morty. 70 more adventures Morty. You and me. 70 more Morty.”

This wasn’t the weird part of the announcement from Roiland and Harmon, though. Things got weird in a video that popped up soon after. In it, you can see Dan Harmon taking a shower. As he soaps up his massive beard, Justin Roiland pops up in the shower with him. Roiland proclaims that he’s “Got to get going, Dan.” He says that he can’t live in the shower anymore because he has to get back to work.

As he exits the shower, Justin Roiland says, “See you soon, Dan!”

It’s safe to say that this was one of the weirdest ways to announce the renewal of a fan favorite television series. Then again, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland have some weird and very creative tendencies, and that’s what makes “Rick and Morty” so great.

What does this mean for ‘Rick and Morty’ fans?

“Rick and Morty” typically releases 10 episodes per season, with the first season having one extra. If Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland continue to deliver 10 episodes per season, that means we can look forward to seven more seasons of the Adult Swim hit.

This is great news for fans of the show, who have been waiting to find out whether or not “Rick and Morty” would even be returning again.

Considering the enormous popularity of the show, it would be hard to ever imagine a cancellation but stranger things have happened. Considering the amazing ratings the show brings for Adult Swim, signing on for so many more episodes is definitely a win for the network.

There’s no telling if Adult Swim plans to continue with that format or if they will add more episodes to each season. There’s still no official release date for Season 4 of “Rick and Morty," however, knowing that there will be at least 70 more episodes of the show in our future, it’s that much easier to wait for news confirming when the new season will start.