Entertainment

South Park creators get a new $900 million deal, new episodes and films until 2027

  • Last Updated:
  • Aug 20th, 2022 8:07 am
[OP]
Deal Expert
Jun 20, 2020
15251 posts
19299 upvotes
Toronto

South Park creators get a new $900 million deal, new episodes and films until 2027

South Park has been renewed through to season 30, with 14 original films based on the series also ordered for production.
Created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker, South Park has been a vital mainstay for Comedy Central since it began in 1997 – becoming one of the most successful animated shows of all time.

In a landmark new deal, the show is set to continue on the channel through to season 30 in 2027. This deal also includes an order for 14 original films based on the show for the US streaming service Paramount+.

The order comes after two hour-long South Park specials were released over the course of the pandemic, titled ‘The Pandemic Special’ and ‘South ParQ Vaccination Special’, with the former nominated for Outstanding Animated Program at the 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards.
from https://www.nme.com/news/tv/south-park- ... ms-3012084


Anybody still watch South Park?


Happy Birthday, Cartman!
Destiny is all
22 replies
Deal Guru
User avatar
Nov 21, 2002
11424 posts
3796 upvotes
Winnipeg
Dhanushan wrote: South Park has been renewed through to season 30, with 14 original films based on the series also ordered for production.



from https://www.nme.com/news/tv/south-park- ... ms-3012084


Anybody still watch South Park?


Happy Birthday, Cartman!
lately who hasn't?

"the show is set to continue on the channel through to season 30 in 2027. This deal also includes an order for 14 original films"

That's 900 million bucks worth of USA grade tegridy!!

Jr. Member
User avatar
Jan 29, 2017
164 posts
134 upvotes
Mississauga, ON
What I don't understand is how South Park has survived in today's overly PC environment? Where everyone is actually EAGER to be offended by something so they can spout of on social media....
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jan 16, 2011
7030 posts
8897 upvotes
The NORTH
Angellz wrote: What I don't understand is how South Park has survived in today's overly PC environment? Where everyone is actually EAGER to be offended by something so they can spout of on social media....
I think that's the point of South Park. For every SJW or Karen our there you must have a hundred other people sick of tip toeing around political correctness... I doubt the viewership of South Park is growing much but the fans that it has are not changing the channel. It's kinda like a guilty pleasure, like a glass of good scotch, a toke on some good weed or just speeding because F the man (not all at the same time!!).
Jr. Member
User avatar
Jan 29, 2017
164 posts
134 upvotes
Mississauga, ON
kr0zet wrote: I think that's the point of South Park. For every SJW or Karen our there you must have a hundred other people sick of tip toeing around political correctness... I doubt the viewership of South Park is growing much but the fans that it has are not changing the channel. It's kinda like a guilty pleasure, like a glass of good scotch, a toke on some good weed or just speeding because F the man (not all at the same time!!).
Hey don't get me wrong! I'm here for all of it. I'm an OG SP watcher so I totally get it. It just boggles my mind sometimes is all.

Now I'm off for my scotch, soak and toke. Have a great weekend!
Deal Expert
Dec 26, 2010
23117 posts
8172 upvotes
I got introduced to the series when I was working for Walmart back in 2000 before anyone else where I was knew about it. I used to bring tapes to work and loan them out to people to watch. It became very popular among them. Flash forward 20 years and i don't think I've watched an episode in the 11 years I have been living in my new house. So, in response to who isn't watching the show? Me...
Deal Guru
User avatar
Mar 12, 2005
10766 posts
2610 upvotes
Victoria
DougO wrote: I got introduced to the series when I was working for Walmart back in 2000 before anyone else where I was knew about it. I used to bring tapes to work and loan them out to people to watch. It became very popular among them. Flash forward 20 years and i don't think I've watched an episode in the 11 years I have been living in my new house. So, in response to who isn't watching the show? Me...
My first encounter with South Park was "The Spirit of Christmas". It's the first viral video that I can remember, except there was no streaming back then. Everyone saw it because they shared the video file, which was pretty impressive for later 90's technology.

I watch the TV show for the first bunch of seasons.. then parted ways, but started watching again a number of years ago. I still enjoy it (most of the time). It's seasons are so short it's not a huge time commitment :)
Deal Addict
Dec 22, 2014
1145 posts
397 upvotes
Regina, SK
Angellz wrote: What I don't understand is how South Park has survived in today's overly PC environment? Where everyone is actually EAGER to be offended by something so they can spout of on social media....
I think the people who would be offended by South Park are simply ignorant of it due to it being a cartoon with "stylized" animation. They have no desire to watch it because they already do not like how it looks or sounds. Complaints carry less weight when you have nothing substantive to say. Anytime South Park seems to have a controversial moment pop up in news/social media it doesn't stick around long in the headlines.
[OP]
Deal Expert
Jun 20, 2020
15251 posts
19299 upvotes
Toronto
Behind the $935M ‘South Park’ Deal: How Trey Parker, Matt Stone Keep Cashing In

A 2007 contract with Comedy Central that negotiated a 50-50 split on "digital rights," including an ad-sharing deal, helped set the stage for rich pacts with WarnerMedia and ViacomCBS.

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv ... 234995748/
Destiny is all
[OP]
Deal Expert
Jun 20, 2020
15251 posts
19299 upvotes
Toronto
"Speaking during the Paramount+ panel at the Television Critics Association panel, Chief Programming Officer ViacomCBS Streaming Tanya Giles confirmed that the first two of these South Park movies will debut before the end of 2020 with two more coming every year through 2027."

Paramount+ Confirms Two New South Park Movies Coming This Year
Destiny is all
Deal Guru
User avatar
Nov 21, 2002
11424 posts
3796 upvotes
Winnipeg
Dhanushan wrote: "Speaking during the Paramount+ panel at the Television Critics Association panel, Chief Programming Officer ViacomCBS Streaming Tanya Giles confirmed that the first two of these South Park movies will debut before the end of 2020 with two more coming every year through 2027."

Paramount+ Confirms Two New South Park Movies Coming This Year
Image
[OP]
Deal Expert
Jun 20, 2020
15251 posts
19299 upvotes
Toronto
Paramount+ has unveiled the premiere date for the first of two South Park films, South Park: Post Covid.

South Park: Post Covid will stream exclusively on Paramount+ around Thanksgiving this year on Thursday, Nov. 25. Though no details have been revealed about the first film, Paramount+ also revealed that the second film is set to premiere in December.

https://deadline.com/2021/10/south-park ... 234863692/
Destiny is all
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 20, 2009
7440 posts
5284 upvotes
Toronto
Just finished watching Post Covid - The Return of Covid.

All in all, pretty amazing.
Loved Victor Chause and the NFT's, lol.
Also, awesome mockerage on those refusing the vaccine.
"When someone is burning a book, they are showing utter contempt for all of the thinking that produced its ideas, all of the labor that went into its words and sentences, and all of the trouble that befell the author . . .” ― Lemony Snicket
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Oct 24, 2004
7863 posts
3037 upvotes
Toronto (Central)
The first 3 episodes from this season are all great with the most recent 'City People' being my favourite so far.
Deal Guru
Oct 7, 2010
12611 posts
3735 upvotes
Love South Park. So good for so many years.
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Oct 24, 2004
7863 posts
3037 upvotes
Toronto (Central)
Creators did a concert several days ago - I would have given anything to be in what appears to be a children's concert for grown-ups.
Here are some highlights:





Deal Addict
Jun 11, 2016
4698 posts
5897 upvotes
Angellz wrote: What I don't understand is how South Park has survived in today's overly PC environment? Where everyone is actually EAGER to be offended by something so they can spout of on social media....
South Park is on CableTV which has different rules then networks.
Basically they can get away with pulling stuff the ABCs, NBCs, FOX and CBS can't do. Besides I don't think Comedy Channel cares

Lastly, I stand by.... if it offends you, just don't watch it. Don't be a wuss, watch then moan about it.

Top