South Park renewed for three new seasons at Comedy Central

South Park has renewed for another three seasons at Comedy Central and will now have at least 26 seasons.

This is the long-running adult-animated series in the world. There are already 22 seasons will air for the series. Also, season 23 premiere on September 25th. But they want to 30-episode renewal announcement. Which this is will hit the 300th episode milestone during the next season.

In this announcement interview on EW, South Park creators Parker, and Stone in the same statement: “Apparently, our efforts to get our own show canceled have fallen short. Luckily, we love Comedy Central and Kent and our staff. So we are looking forward to new cancellation opportunities in the next few years.”

Also, Comedy Central president Kent Alterman added, “will do as many seasons as they would like.”

South Park animation series follows a group of unruly Colorado kids, Cartman, Kenny, Stan, and Kyle, along with their outrageous and colorful town, through all of their foul-mouthed adventures — while never shying away from controversial social and political topics. Also, co-created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

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South Park’s first episode premiered on August 13, 1997. Parker, Stone, Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II are the Executive Producers of the series. South Park season 23 will premiere on September 25, 2019, on Comedy Central.

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