The Rick and Morty fanbase is known for getting a little... exuberant about the show, whether it’s in sauce-based shenanigans or the panicking that ensued during the lengthy time it took for Adult Swim to renew the show for a fourth season. But the reason it took so long in the first place was actually to make sure…
Last weekend Dan Harmon, one of the minds behind Rick and Morty, sent fans into a worrisome spiral when he tweeted about the nebulous future of the show. While Harmon was right in that a fourth season has yet to be ordered by Adult Swim, the reason for it is... well, a little boring in comparison to thinking the show…
In spite of the more extreme elements of Rick and Morty’s saucy fanbase, the Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland-created scifi parody remains a pretty entertaining watch. But after three stellar, wildly popular seasons, its future is uncertain.
Universal has just announced a slate of new genre TV shows, including three new adaptations of fantasy and scifi books. But hidden among those are the first details about Dan Harmon and Evan Katz’s next TV series: Sirens of Titan, an interplanetary epic based on the Kurt Vonnegut novel.
Adult Swim recently shared a video where Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon challenged Justin Roiland, show creator and voice actor, to go method in shooting a season 3 scene where Rick gets really, really drunk. Talk about a contact buzz.
As we wait—and wait—and wait—for Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s animated series Rick & Morty to return, this near-three-minute look the upcoming third season might help tide us all over. It’s only storyboards nd voices, but it still has that ol’ Rick Sanchez magic, by which of course I mean science. (Mad science.)
We’re a few weeks away from meeting the newest Marvel movie hero, Doctor Strange, and it seems the character got a last minute assist. The Hollywood Reporter says Dan Harmon, the co-creator of Rick and Morty, was called in to write some additional scenes after principal photography was finished.
If you’ve ever wanted the tabloid staple “stars, they’re just like us!” to be about role-playing games, then Dan Harmon has the show for you.
There is hope for original ideas in Hollywood after all! Isaac Adamson’s Black List-topping script told from the point of view of Michael Jackson’s pet chimp, Bubbles, will be made into a stop-motion animated film produced by Community’s Dan Harmon.
Rejoice! Adult Swim’s fantastic show Rick and Morty is coming back to television by the end of 2016, and will include more episodes than originally anticipated!
At Comic-Con today, io9 and half a dozen other reporters sat down with the writers and creators of Rick and Morty. We asked Dan Harmon why science fiction can be used to explore any experience. His answer made us wish we didn’t have to wait two weeks for Rick and Morty season two.
There's so much sadness in this story: Nicole Yvette Brown has announced that she will not be joining the show on Yahoo! in order to take care of her ailing father. That's just heartbreaking on every level.
After being fired from his own show, Dan Harmon hit the road with his podcasters to find solace in the unknown... and alcohol. Watch one of the wittiest fellas in television struggle with whatever it is someone like Dan Harmon struggles with while his comrades from Community discuss the legacy that is Harmontown.
After a brief montage of Community seasons 1 to 5 highlights, the screens in Ballroom 20 flat line – but that's when Yahoo brings it back to life. After announcing, "We have the technology, we have the capability to make the world's first bionic show. Community will be that show. Better than it was before."
So it looks like the six seasons portion of "Six Seasons and a Movie" is coming to fruition. Community has found a home on online television, just not on Hulu.
Hulu will not be bringing us all back to Greendale. Bummer.
So much for #sixseasonsandamovie. Sigh. But at least we're glad Community got to go out on top with a great season, instead of ending with the lackluster previous season. We shall miss you, Greendale. [via Deadline]
The creator of Community, Dan Harmon, has been hosting a mashup podcast meets role-playing game with a collection of his friends. And now these hilarious podcasts have been animated, thanks to the series Harmonquest. And we have an exclusive look inside the fantasy world Harmon created.
The premise isn't too original, but the idea of casting Seth Rogen, Patton Oswalt and Will Ferrell is 100% wonderful.
Last night Community unleashed all of the hard science fiction parodies. We have been waiting for this moment — we knew once Dan Harmon was done poking fun at Star Wars, action movies, zombie movies, horror movies and gangster films, eventually he would move on to weird dystopian films. And Community did not…