Wow. So it looks like Kyle is a counsellor. Stan and Randy still wind each other up. And boy I cannot wait to see adult Eric Cartman.
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Today, Paramount+ revealed a first look at their upcoming event South Park: Post COVID, which is one of the 14 South Park projects they’re developing. On Thanksgiving Day (November 25, 2021), the special will premiere in the U.S., the Nordics, Latin America, Australia, and Canada. The special will explore the future lives of the kids who grew up during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, seeing where Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny find themselves as adults.
This teaser shows that even after 23 seasons of South Park, the creators are willing to experiment and push the show past its edges. Even though the show has plenty of material to explore in its main timeline, there is even more to plumb when it’s taken to the future. This teaser has given audiences a glimpse of just a few of the grown-up characters who will be featured in the special (including Stan’s father Randy), but it is certain that they will pack every minute with as many cameos as they can manage.
Well, I guess they can’t keep them as kids forever, especially since the creators of South Park signed a $900 MILLION deal earlier this year for 6 more seasons and 14 South Park movies. Honestly I had no idea they were still making South Park episodes and I’m not sure I even know anyone who watches the show anymore, but it looks like it’s still going strong and might just be one of those shows that never ever dies. Pretty impressive given the amount of people and groups Matt Stone & Trey Parker have offended over the years.
I don’t know if ageing up the kids is permanent but it for sure is something they can have fun with. Again I cannot wait to see what a raving lunatic grown up Cartman will be like. The South Park special drops next week on November 25, so not long to wait now.
For the time South Park came under fire for making Macho Man Randy Savage a transgender female athlete, click HERE.