‘Community’ Creator Dan Harmon Will Have Animated Series ‘Rick and Morty’ On Adult Swim

    Community fans have a lot to be frustrated about these days. The cult comedy’s season four premiere has been delayed by NBC to focus on marketing the network’s new programs, and a new premiere date hasn’t been set. As star Joel McHale has been joking for weeks on his E! clip show The Soup, the cast and crew are still waiting for a text from the network. On Oct. 19, the new season’s original premiere date, the cast even gave fans a funny video explaining the delay. After a continuous battle to keep the show on the air, this postponement is just annoying.

    An earlier setback for Community fans was the sudden ousting of the show’s creator, Dan Harmon. While his departure from the show is still upsetting for viewers, Harmon hasn’t left television for good.

    Rolling Stone is reporting that Harmon’s animated comedy series Rick and Morty has been given a series order on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. The show, which Harmon created with Justin Roiland, is about a brilliant inventor and his not-so-smart grandson.

    The new show is set to premiere in 2014.

    Harmon is also reportedly developing two new live-action comedies for FOX and CBS.

    Still waiting, NBC…