South Park Season 21: What We Know So Far

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South Park Season 21: What We Know So Far
South Park Season 21: What We Know So Far

 

It’s been a while since we’ve seen new episodes of South Park, and with Season 21 set to premiere on September 25th, fans are gearing up for what is sure to be another hilarious season. So far, we know that the season will be about the “PC Principal,” but other than that, nothing is confirmed.

So what do we know so far? Here are all the details on Season 21 of South Park.

What is South Park Season 21?

South Park Season 21 is set to air on Comedy Central in 2019. The show has not been released a full season yet, but here is what we know so far.

The first episode will be titled “Chinpokomon” and the season will be 10 episodes long. Trey Parker and Matt Stone teased that this season will be “the darkest” South Park has ever been. They also said that it will feature some “crazy new stuff.”

Here is a list of all the confirmed cast members for South Park Season 21:

Trey Parker as Stan Marsh Kyle Broflovski as Eric Cartman Wendy Testaburger as Timmy Testaburger Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Kenny McCormick Mindy Kaling as Teri Hatcher Danny Trejo as Mr. Garrison Butters Stotch Scientology Guy Nina Garcia as PC Principal Pam Street Terry Crews asToken Black Kevin Swanson

Premiere Date and Time

South Park is returning to Comedy Central on Thursday, October 17th at 10:00pm ET/PT. The premiere date and time has been confirmed by Matt Stone and Trey Parker themselves in a recent interview with Rolling Stone.

Fans of South Park have been debating the show’s return for months now, even going so far as to create fake social media accounts in an effort to leak spoilers ahead of time. As it turns out, those fans were right – South Park is coming back!

Stone and Parker recently sat down with Rolling Stone to discuss the Season 19 premiere and reveal some interesting bits of information about the upcoming season. For one thing, they dispelled rumors that this will be South Park’s last season. In fact, they go so far as to say that they’ve already written 20 episodes and plan on producing at least 24 new episodes this season.

As for the premiere date and time, fans can expect the new season to air on Thursday nights at 10:00pm ET/PT beginning October 17th. This means that we’ll likely have a few more teasers before then – stay tuned!

Cast and Characters

South Park Season 20 is premiering on Comedy Central on Wednesday, September 25th at 9pm ET.

The new season will feature 10 episodes and the first episode has already aired.

The cast and characters are as follows:

Stan Marsh (Butters Stotch)
Kyle Broflovski (Kenny McCormick)
Eric Cartman (Cartman)
Timmy Turner (Tweek Tweak)
Wendy Testaburger (Wendy Testaburger)
Mr. Garrison (Garfield)
Mrs. Garrison (Martha McPherson)
Butters Stotch Jr. (Butters Stotch III)

Plot Summary

South Park is returning for its 17th season on September 25th, and with it comes a lot of speculation about what storylines will be tackled. Here’s everything we know so far about the new season.

The first episode is titled “The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to South Park” and features references to The Lord of the Rings trilogy. It is also rumoured that Kenny will be killed off in this premiere, which would leave Stan as the lone black character in town.

Other speculated storylines include Butters becoming gay, Kyle going into foster care, and Cartman becoming president. All of these plot points were teased in an interview with series co-creator Matt Stone last year.

Stone also hinted that Season 17 might be the end for South Park. However, he has never ruled out future seasons and has even said that he would like to do an 18th and 19th season. So there’s definitely still hope for fans of South Park!

What We Know So Far

South Park Season 20 is set to air on COMEDY CENTRAL on September 18th. Here’s what we know so far about the new season.

The first episode of South Park Season 20 will be a two-parter and it will be called “Bring the Pain” and “Reverse Cowgirl”. This episode is about Stan getting kicked out of school for being gay and Kyle getting his parents’ divorce reversed.

In addition, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have teased

There might be a crossover event with another popular show on Comedy Central, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Noah has interviewed both South Park creators in the past, so it would make sense for them to team up for an episode sometime this season.

As always, fans can expect plenty of crude humor, outrageous plotlines, and over-the-top characters when South Park returns next month.

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