South Park will release two feature film specials this year


South ParkThe feature film specials aren’t going anywhere, with two more announced for this year.

Although episodic material from the animated sitcom has been scarce in recent years, it still offers fans plenty to watch with four pandemic specials on Paramount+, including SSouth Park: Post Covid and South Park: Post Covid: The return of the Covid.

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Participating in the recent Television Critics’ Association, spokespersons for South Park were asked if the specials will still air at the end of the year and if they will be split into two parts.

“Not necessarily always at the end of the year and not necessarily two-part events. We keep these options [open]and like we said, we’re incredibly flexible in bringing those stories to Paramount+, but there will be two this year,” was their response (via ScreenRant).

At this rate of two per year, the team’s contractual obligation of 14 films for Paramount+ will be honored by 2027.

Kristen Schaal in Bill and Ted 3 in a futuristic outfit

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In other news, Bill and Ted face the music star Kristen Schaal previously revealed she was fired from the South Park writers’ room at the start of his career.

“I was pitching too much. I had never been in a writers room before. So I was just like, let me make a living. I was like, ‘What about this? And this isn’t like this that it works.

“I was there for about a month and I was told – I got a warning that I was talking too much. I couldn’t (do the movie parodies they were big on at the time), so I kept throwing something else. So looking back, yeah, they let me go,” she recalled. “I was too nervous and too excited to be in there.”

South Park broadcast on Comedy Central. It is also available through streaming services including Amazon Prime Video and NOW in the UK, with selected episodes on Netflix. In the United States, it is also available on HBO Max.

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