Oh my god, they’ve not killed Kenny! Or Cartman! Or Kyle! Or Stan! Sure, regardless of the present’s personal creators desperately hoping for a cancellation, it appears South Park can be staying put for some time but.
Following Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s (failed) #CancelSouthPark marketing campaign, US community Comedy Central has confirmed that the irreverent animation can be on its books for 3 extra seasons – and possibly extra.
Crack out the Pabst Blue Ribbon, people!
Forward of the cartoon’s 23rd season later this month (and its 300th episode), Comedy Central introduced plans to air the collection till its 26th run, so long as Trey and Matt are additionally on board.
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In a press release, the creators mentioned: “Apparently, our efforts to get our personal present cancelled have fallen quick. Fortunately, we love Comedy Central… and our workers, so we’re wanting ahead to new cancellation alternatives within the subsequent few years.”
Comedy Central’s president Kent Alterman stored the pair candy by calling South Park “the best comedy within the historical past of tv, unmatched in its satirical energy and cultural relevancy”.
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“If humanity continues to be intact in 1,000 years, historians will see essentially the most transcendent artists of our period as The Beatles, Muhammad Ali, and Matt and Trey,” Kent added. “We’ll do as many seasons as they want.”
So, sure, count on to see South Park in your screens for the remainder of your lives. In truth, it’s going to in all probability outlive us all. Nicely, it isn’t going to expire of fabric any time quickly, is it?
South Park airs on Comedy Central.
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