However, there's a theory that this might not be the real season premiere, and there is actually some evidence to support that theory.
To the 900 waiting in Chicago: Rick and Morty's season 3 premiere started airing. What can be said is that it picks up not too long after the second season ended.
Samurai Jack airs every Saturday at 11 p.m. on Cartoon Network.
The new episode addresses the cliffhanger ending of season two, but it may be hard to catch it from the beginning on the stream. This post will have spoilers for Episode 1. A hundred years Rick & Morty, y'all. The clip doesn't offer an airdate, but the series will be here with the warm weather before you can say pickle Rick.
After months of delays and contention between co-creator Dan Harmon and fans over when the season would finally premiere, Harmon released the first episode last night. Kind of! We promise this isn't an April Fool's prank, but it's also kinda complicated! But the sauce is now "no longer available", at least not in this reality.
In the event that you can't do such a thing and have to wait for the show's scheduled return in the summer, we won't spoil "The Rickshank Redemption" here. After all, in that Comic-Con video above, Dan Harmon indicates that they have an episode that's entirely about alcoholism though booze isn't mentioned once.