New ‘South Park’ Made-For-TV Film Dropping In June On Paramount+

Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone agreed to 14 movies, in addition to the weekly Comedy Central sitcom, when they signed their $900 million ViacomCBS deal last year.

‘South Park,’ ‘Beavis And Butt-Head’ Moving To Paramount+

South Park, which will continue to air new episodes on Comedy Central, will see its vast library make the move from HBO Max to Paramount+ in 2025. Internationally, the long-running animated comedy will be available on Paramount+ next year. New episodes will launch on the streamer in the U.S. and globally starting with season 27 in 2024. Beavis and Butt-Head, meanwhile, will return with new episodes this year and forgo its debut on Comedy Central in favor of Paramount+.

Comedy Central Renews ‘South Park’ Through Season 30 In $900M Deal

South Park has been renewed through Season 30 at Comedy Central and 14 original movies based on the show have been ordered at Paramount+, as part of a new deal signed between MTV Entertainment Studios and co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

‘South Park’s Pandemic Special Scores Series’ Best Ratings In Seven Years

‘South Park’ Close To $500M Streaming Deal

HBO Max, Peacock and the animated show’s current streaming home Hulu are all in the mix.

‘South Park’ Creators Offer Mocking ‘Apology’ To China Over Episode

‘South Park’ Scrubbed From Chinese Internet After Critical Episode

‘South Park’ Season Finale Drops Uncensored C-Word

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Man Faces Sentence For Online ‘South Park’ Threat

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Federal prosecutors are seeking more than 12 years in prison for a Muslim convert from Brooklyn who pleaded guilty to posting online threats against the creators of the “South Park” television show. Sentencing is scheduled Friday in Alexandria, Va., for Jesse Curtis Morton, who founded the now-defunct Revolution Muslim website. Earlier […]

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