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Not every episode of South Park is a hit, and not every episode of South Park is a miss. But only one episode of the long-running series really caused Trey Parker to lose it.
The current revival era is giving TV audiences a chance to reconnect with some of their favorite characters of past years, but what about characters that have been missing from shows that are still on the air? Here are 9 characters that we want to see returning to the shows that made them popular.
Every year around this time, we put together a list of the top shows we feel really pushed above and beyond and had a year for the ages. Among them is a a series that is quietly thoughtful, a few fantasy dramas with beautiful costumes and one USA series with one of the tightest first seasons I’ve ever seen.
Netflix has such a wide variety TV shows that the most difficult part of watching tends to be settling on what to pull out of the queue. There’s always a deep disappointment to the realization that some shows aren’t available anymore. Here are 7 big shows that I miss Netflix streaming.
Seemingly nothing exists that won’t get put in the crosshairs on South Park, which has attacked everything from religious figures to the government. But it was something else entirely that inspired a recent incident at a middle school.
The Internet has done a lot of good since it became a fixture in our lives, from allowing us Netflix binges to…some other things. But one of the worst aspects involves the plethora of websites that decided that putting fake news out there would be a great idea.
Last night, South Park aired the second episode of Season 19, and it should come as a surprise to exactly no one that it featured some insanely messed up material, culminating in the death of Donald Trump. Oh, and Caitlyn Jenner gets skewered, too.
There are somehow a solid group of shows still cranking out new episodes that premiered all the way back in the 1990s. In fact, an overwhelming majority of them are so old they competed against Home Improvement at one point. How nuts is that? Get ready to feel really old…
We’re brought you some great banned TV posters, and now we’ve put together a list of the greatest banned TV episodes of all time. From comedies like South Park to memorable dramas like The X-Files, we’ve found that there are a lot of episodes that have been banned, and this is the crème of the crop.
The modern era of television can be summed up in many ways, with plenty of trends and tropes to choose as foundations. We’ve rounded up 11 of the most gruesome deaths TV characters have faced over the years. Yes, there will be spoilers.
Anytime a show makes it to the point where it’s one of the longest running series on TV, conversations inevitably turn to when it might end, and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are used to it. Thankfully, they seem to be putting that ball in Comedy Central's court.
During the Golden Age of Television, showing a toilet was risqué. Skip forward a few decades, and there’s South Park, using an animated piece of feces to celebrate Christmas, But it almost didn't get there, thanks to one disastrous focus group.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
When you're searching Google for a particular TV show, do you ever think about how many other people are searching for that exact same thing? Luckily, you don't even need to Google that information, because we have it for you right here...thanks to Google.
South Park has had a great season in terms of recurring gags and callbacks. One of the funniest of these has been the season’s obsession with Lorde, including Stan’s dad dressing up as the wild-haired pop singer. This week, the South Park guys released the audio for the “Lorde” song “ Push (Feeling Good On a Wednesday) which may or may not have actually been sung by pop singer Sia.