“South Park” season 20 has just ended but it was already reported that they’ve just renewed their contract. What is more interesting is that not only “South Park” season 21 is confirmed and will air in September 2017, but also seasons 22 and 23, which gives the sitcom a sure spot in our list until 2019.
Show creators and voice artists Trey Parker and Matt Stone expressed their gratitude towards the success of the animated television sitcom. The two of them solidified their intent to continue the show after the confirmation of “South Park” season 21 and in addition, the latest three seasons that will be airing through 2019.
The series originated from a pair of animated shorts titled “The Spirit of Christmas,” and the first episode of South Park originally aired on August 13, 1997 on Comedy Central. And now that ‘South Park’ Season 21 is about to unfold, we will be expecting another season full of crude language and dark, surreal humor that criticize a wide range of topics.
The story revolves around four boys-Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick-and their bizarre adventures in and around the eponymous Colorado town. According to GameNGuide the confirmation of “South Park” season 21 would only mean that we are going to expect more craziness from these boys from Colorado. Fans still want to know if Cartman will be able to score with Heidi, as their love triangle with Butters is going to another level.
A lot of fans were saddened by the finale of the show as reported by The Guardian, thinking that it would be the last season and episode they’ll get from South Park. But the recent announcement of the release of “South Park” season 21 is an advance Christmas gift for everyone. Comedy Central announced that there is still more to come and confirmed that the boys will be back on its Season 21 and has set a contract to keep the show through its 23rd season.