This is mostly speculation based on the last Harmontown (I think Dan was talking about not being to talk about a second season or something, I’d have to rewatch), but I hope it’s happening. There’s also a post on the Harmontown subreddit that claims Erin said season two is happening on an Irish podcast, but I have no idea if that’s true.
This isn’t Harmon-related exactly, but I love AD so this is good news.
In an interview with Today’s Al Roker, Jeffrey Tambor, who plays both George and Oscar Bluth, indicated that the Emmy-winning show was rounding into shape.
“My marching orders are to go to work in January,” Tambor told Roker in what sure seemed like a “big announcement.” The actor offered no other details on the show that hasn’t produced a new episode since 2013.
This is nuts, and I love it.
His guest from the past is Harry S. Truman (Matt Walsh). Dan takes Truman to a gay bar to teach him a lesson on gay rights.
It doesn’t appear to be Geoblocked.
Also, it’s incredible.
I love it.
You should all watch it.
The Rick and Morty panel at San Diego Comic-Con is happening on Friday, July 22nd.
Executive producers Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland (Adventure Time), writer/producer Ryan Ridley (Community), and voice talent Spencer Grammer (Greek), Sarah Chalke (Scrubs) and Chris Parnell (Archer, The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show) invite fans for a sneak peek at the highly anticipated third season. Moderated by Brian Q. Quinn (Impractical Jokers). Friday July 22, 2016 2:15pm – 3:00pm Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
I hope we get a premiere date, or at the least a definite confirmation of it premiering either this year or early next year.
Harmontown will be at Comic-Con once again this year, on July 22nd.
Community and Rick & Morty creator Dan Harmon, with cohort Jeff Davis (Whose Line is it Anyway), return to SDCC with their popular Harmontown podcast, live on Friday, July 22, at 10pm.
His guest from the past is John F. Kennedy (Dana Carvey). Dan, Kennedy, Spencer, and the whole Great Minds team are threatened by an unwanted visitor.