Earlier this summer, the announcement that South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone signed a new deal with ViacomCBS and MTV Entertainment Studios brand to bring not only six more seasons of the series to television but 14 films for Paramount+ using the South Park franchise.
It’s been less than a month since this announcement was made but now we know that the first of these 14 films will be available much sooner than we thought. Speaking during the Paramount+ panel at the Television Critics Association panel, Chief Programming Officer ViacomCBS Streaming Tanya Giles has confirmed that the first two of these South Park movies will debut before the end of 2020 with two more coming every year through 2027.
These films will likely be more akin to The Pandemic Special and South ParQ Vaccination Special which were produced and released over the course of the COVID-19 lock downs, and probably not like South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, the actual theatrically released South Park movie. The order of six more seasons of South Park will carry the hit animated series to its 30th total season. South Park’s most recent season, its 23rd, carried the series to over 300 total episodes.
South Park season 24 is in development.