South Park Renewed for Three More Seasons by Comedy Central

Oh my God, they’re going to keep killing Kenny!

Comedy Central has ordered three additional seasons of South Park — each comprised of 10 episodes.

The deal with creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will carry the edgy animated series through Season 23 — and past the 300-episode mark. The duo will continue to write, direct and edit every episode.

South Park premiered in 1997 — and its nineteenth season kicks off Sept. 16.

Excited to see the further adventures of Stan, Kyle, Eric and Kenny? Sound off below!


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  1. Chris says:

    Awesome. Just don’t go too crazy for 300, I still have yet to see 200 and 201 because of…well, you know…

    • feenix219 says:

      They are on line. Pretty sure 200 is on the dvd set with a censored 201, but i know torrent sites have them, and i have even gotten ahold of an uncensored 201.

  2. David4 says:

    They really need to do more than 10 a year.

  3. BrookeBS says:


  4. Joey Padron says:

    great news! can’t wait to watch new season this September!

  5. dman6015 says:

    Holy crap!

  6. Jim J. says:

    Not going back to watching terrible old “South Park”. There’s plenty of other live-action stuff I’ve moved on to.

  7. feenix219 says:

    Stupid writer. They don’t kill Kenny anymore. Its been years really. They’ve explained that he has a super power that resurrects him, too. The gag got old years ago and they stopped going to it. Thats such a cliche and shows that you do not even watch the show.

    • Actually, they can’t kill Kenny anymore for the sake of just killing him. Real kids named Kenny started killing themselves expecting to be brought back, and of course, they died and stayed dead. The parents sued South Park.

      That is why they can’t just kill off Kenny for random amusement. Now, they have gotten around this by giving him that superpower and the God’s Warriors storyline.

      This isn’t the first time that a show/movie has had to stop doing something. Beevis and Butthead had to stop saying “Fire” after a bunch of kids started fires and burned down their houses. And there was a movie where kids were playing chicken by lying down in the street in the dark and seeing how calm they could be as cars approached. Needless to say, people did this in real life and got run over (drivers couldn’t see them). That scene was edited out of every movie copy. I think if you can get your hands on an unedited print copy that it’s worth a good penny.

      • Akbahr Kanizaj says:

        ACTUALLY, the Kenny thing is a B.S. rumor (please, point me to a place that has a creator of South Park or executive of Comedy Central saying, “We didn’t stop using the ‘OMG, Kenny’s dead’ gag cuz it was getting old – we got rid of it cuz of that suicide thing. That’s why you can still buy DVDs [or see repeats] of the early seasons where Kenny dies.”). I’m old enough to remember the football movie rumor – do you REALLY think the studio would spend millions of dollars to recall every film print, re-edit the master, re-print the thousands of 35mm reels [no digital film back then], and expect to make a profit? Yeah, you probably do…

        Yes, if I recall correctly they did pull the B&B “FIRE!!” episode, only cuz it was so cheap nobody cared. If you remember, each “episode” of B&B was about 3 minutes of B&B “story”, 19 min. of music videos, and 8 min. of commercials/credits.

        So, do you also believe you can’t walk into a Best Buy and purchase unedited copies of “Basketball Diaries” cuz there was a scene where DiCaprio shoots up his class with a shotgun while wearing a leather trenchcoat? Too much like Columbine! Or, if you look closely at “Wizard of Oz”, you can see several frames that have one of the lil’ people hanging from a tree? Oh, TV focus, right… did you know Bill Cosby bought up the rights to all the “Lil’ Rascals” episodes cuz they were racist?

  8. Joseph says:

    I hope they take some time and make the episodes good. The last few seasons have been kind of lame.

  9. At least they keep the ‘gar’ to a token