While The Simpsons hasn’t been funny in over a decade, and Family Guy seems to go round in circles before being cancelled again, South Park has somehow managed to keep powering on with laughs. This is possibly because the creators and showrunners work with a very small team of writers, do not write the show months in advance, and seemingly don’t give a sh*t who they offend. In today’s woke infested, cancel culture enabling world that isn’t just refreshing, it stands out.

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Also, maybe it just chimes with our massively juvenile sense of humor?

So good luck to them. We are set for more South Park as Paramount+ has set a July 13th launch date for South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2. Part 1 released on June 1st.

According to the blurb:

“Cartman locks horns with his mom in a battle of wills, while an epic conflict unfolded and threatened South Park’s existence. Meanwhile, Randy Marsh is threatening to go ‘full nuclear Karen’.”

He most definitely wants to speak to the manager.

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone executive produce alongside Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II.

Originally Parker and Stone met in film class at the University of Colorado in 1992. They bonded over a shared love of Monty Python. They created an animated short entitled The Spirit of Christmas by animating construction paper cutouts with stop motion.

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They had a mutual friend, Fox Broadcasting Company executive Brian Graden, who commissioned Parker and Stone to create a second short film as a video Christmas card in 1995. It contained two shorts, Jesus vs. Frosty, and Jesus vs. Santa.

Graden sent copies of the video to several of his friends, and from there it was copied and distributed on the internet. They were famously among the first ever viral video.

The rest is history.

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