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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.
Today, Comedy Central announced new premieres are coming for a lot of its well-liked programs, and many of our favorite Comedy Central shows are coming sooner than audiences might guess. New seasons of South Park, Tosh.O and Key & Peele and many more are hitting homes soon.
A mashup of The Book Of Mormon and South Park seemed inevitable, but we might not have expected such a well constructed fan video. The video above takes the opening song from Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez's Broadway Musical The Book Of Mormon, "Hello," and sets it behind South Park animation, inserting settings and characters from Trey Parker and Matt Stone's Comedy Central series and adding in a lot of doorbell ringing, singing Mormons.
If you caught last week’s episode of South Park, ”Black Friday”, then you know it ended with a cliffhanger, as the war between Playstation people and Xbox people was just heating up, and winter was coming. Well, winter is still coming and so is Black Friday. “A Song of Ass and Fire” will continue to Game of Thrones theme
The console wars have begun. Ok, they’ve been ongoing for years, and many would argue that battles of words have been waged pretty continuously for months now, but the only just got to South Park, and just in time for Black Friday! Winter is coming and you must choose a side. Are you a Playstation person or an Xbox person? You might want to figure that out, if you haven’t already, considering the PS4 and Xbox One are both set to arrive in the coming weeks.
For the first time ever, South Park has missed its deadline, which means there will be no new episode of the long-running Comedy Central animated series tonight. The cable network issued an update today that, due to a power outage, tonight's planned episode, titled "goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers" was left unfinished and not ready for air tonight. A rerun will air in its place.
South Park returns for its 17th season this Wednesday night, and we now have a look at what the kids are getting up to as the Comedy Central animated series resumes. Based on the new clip from Wednesday night's "Let Go, Let Gov," seems Cartman's having a rather strong reaction to learning that the NSA is snooping into people's personal business, but he's found a way around that.
South Park is practically synonymous with celebrity mocking. Well, that and poop jokes. But until today, I wasn’t aware of just how many celebrities have been given the South Park treatment. From Pope Benedict to Oprah Winfrey, Comedy Central’s flagship animated series has taken a shot at hundreds of famous people. And now, we have a comprehensive list of them.
With Trey Parker and Matt Stone continuing to branch out in the entertainment industry, it's not all that surprising to hear that, moving forward, South Park will be airing shorter seasons. But given the animated comedy series' lengthy run and the mentioned busy professional lives of its creators, a few less episodes is hardly terrible news by comparison to Stone and Parker being too busy to make the show at all, right?
For those of us who don't partake in the Christmas festivities, there are still many great ways to celebrate the winter holidays. And obviously, since there are also many television characters who are also on the outside looking in when it comes to Santa, stockings and trees, not to mention the whole birth of Jesus thing, the small screen offers plenty of plot lines that don't involve chestnuts roasting on an open fire and celebrate, well, a wide range of festivities
South Park closed out its 16th season with an episode that combined the two things everyone's been talking about for the last week and a half. One involves voting, the other involves the Force. Those who weren't able to keep up with the plot had the benefit of a certain beloved actor and narrator there to explain it. And for those who didn't catch the episode last night, it's online now! Grab your lightsaber and a plate of General Tso's Chicken and check it out!