If you weren't able to make it to San Diego Comic-Con to experience #SouthPark20, we have you covered with video from Matt and Trey's panel and images from the #SouthPark20 experience!
Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance: Trey Parker as PC Principal, Cartman; “South Park”, “Stunning and Brave,” Matt Stone as Craig Tucker, Tweek, Thomas Tucker; “South Park,” “Tweek x Craig” Outstanding Animated Program: “You’re Not Yelping,” “South Park”
South Park comes to life...at Comic-Con! Comedy Central and South Park Digital Studios will kick-off the global celebration of the Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning series’ 20th season by bringing “South Park” to life in San Diego.
Cartman is determined to turn Coon and Friends into the biggest superhero franchise of all time. ""South Park: The Fractured But Whole"" will be available on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC - December 6. For more info, check out SouthParkGame.com.
They may not always be smart, reasonable, or even sober. But they are always the dads of South Park! Check out this tribute to the wonderful father figures of the quiet little mountain town. Enjoy our Dads and Grads collection!
Fan Question: I don’t think I’ve seen Sparky since he ran away in season one. Did he run away for good?
According to internet rumors… Craig’s parents aren’t really his genetic parents. We can neither confirm nor deny this, but here are the reasonings behind the theory.
FAQ Friday: Who is Cartman’s father?
Fan Question: What’s the deal with Towelie? Answer: What’s not to understand about Towelie? Towelie is a self aware genetically enhanced RG400 smart towel created by Tynacorp’s Zytar in order to spy on humans. One day he got high and just sort of wandered off… From the writers: Towelie was originally created on a houseboat […]
Who lives in the east ‘neath the willow tree? Sexual Harassment Panda! According to Matt and Trey: We were trying to make a political statement here… He came at a time where frivolous lawsuits, specifically sexual harassment lawsuits, were becoming more and more commonplace and it felt like anyone and everyone could get sued for […]