Comedy Central has extended the comedy's run through 2016.
November 16, 2011
Comedy Central has extended the run of its animated comedy South Park, renewing the series for three additional seasons - ensuring it will be on the air through 2016. The show premiered in 1997 and this renewal will see it mark its 20th season five years from now.
"COMEDY CENTRAL has been our home for 15 years and we love working there," said Parker and Stone in a press release. "'South Park' is a blast and we can't wait to make more."
New episodes of South Park begin tonight.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
05/24/15 at 04:34am
Reality TV sucks Shannon, South Park is the only cartoon that is watchable.
03/05/12 at 00:59am
I have been watching since about its third season. I look forward to the seasons yet to come, but hope they can keep coming up with orginal ideas themselves. The last few seasons did not seem like the South Park I have grown up watching and neither has the jokes. Hopefully they can continue to come up with some good material.
01/22/12 at 07:28pm
this is stupid shows like this stay on an shows like Detroit 1-8-7,Life Unexpected,Extreme Home Makeover,3 Rivers,one life to live and after 2 episodes of Work It......better not get rid of Ringer,90210,Hart Of Dixie,Southland (thats the only place i can see Ben Mckenzie since OC went off air)and the first 48
12/15/11 at 04:04pm
5 more seasons! Matt + Trey, please start spending more than 6 days writing/producing episodes. You've always been quick to criticize, you obviously realize you could've done better for the last couple of years.
12/04/11 at 09:01pm