‘South Park’ Along with Other Shows Will Premiere On Comedy Central
One of the most popular adult animated shows “South Park” created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker is said to be returning for its 19th season this September along with other shows that will be premiering with it. The show that revolves around four boys living in the fictional town of South Park in Colorado has been known for its content, which is intended for mature audiences. With Comedy Central announcing its fall line up, fans can expect more entertaining content coming their way.
According to Digital Trends, when Comedy Central announced its fall line up, “South Park” was its priority. The animated show that will be coming up with its 19th season has already been contracted till the 23rd season. This means the show has been locked up till the year 2020 at least. The upcoming season 19 will feature about 10 episodes and will premiere on September 16th at 10 pm. With the upcoming season, it should come as no surprise that this season will also have its share of vulgarity and mockery as it grills each week’s controversial issues. This is good news for the series as it certainly has consolidated itself on the channel.
“South Park” is the only show that has something good in its stable. The reason we mention that is because that is not the case with “The Daily Show” that first started in 1996. Jon Stewart who joined the show in 1999 and mainly shifted the focus to politics and national media will be retiring from the show. It is being said that August 6th will be the date of his final broadcast and after that Trevor Noah, a South African comedian will be taking over the show. It is being called as one of the hardest shoes to fill in and one will be able to know how good Trevor Noah is when his first episode airs on September 28th.
Other shows like “Moonbeam City,” second season of “Trip Tank” and third season of “Nathan For You” are said to have formed the rest of the channel’s Fall schedule. It remains to be seen what good does this new schedule do to Comedy Central as it will be expected from “South Park” to anchor the transition.
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