Here’s a quick review of the complete fourth season of South Park as well as what to look out for in the upcoming Blu-ray release.
South Park was renewed for the twenty-fifth season with an order set at twelve episodes. Now, almost four years later, fans can finally enjoy the show on Blu-Ray in its final form.
Having said that, it’s not the best season in the show’s history. That honor still belongs to the ninth season and its Christmas trilogy episode. The fourteenth season also has its moments, but they’re few and far between as they tried to focus too much on a format change.
The twenty-fourth season is all over the place in that it doesn’t know if it wants to go back to what made South Park great, or keep going with its new format of semi-long story arcs with a few episodes here or there that are just flash-in-the-pan ideas (I’m looking at you, “The Fractured But Whole” video game episode).
Introduction to The South Park
The show is now in its twenty-second season, with over 175 episodes broadcast so far. South Park follows the misadventures of four elementary school students, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick. The town’s eccentric adults include their teacher Mr. Garrison and the owner of a mom-and-pop shop Mr. Mackey who counsels them during their bizarre but true adventures.
Character names in The South Park
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Story of The South Park
The episode was directed by series co-creator Trey Parker and written by Parker and Matt Stone. The show has won six Emmy Awards for Outstanding Animated Program, as well as twelve Annie Awards, eleven Critics’ Choice Awards (including a win for Best Animated Series), two People’s Choice Awards, ten Television Critics Association Awards, and three Writers Guild of America awards.
South Park is an American adult animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone that aired from August 13th, 1997 to December 15th, 2017 on Comedy Central in the United States.
Creators of South Park’s Donald Trump Deepfake Movie Reveal Details
An abandoned DeepFake movie featuring Donald Trump is revealed by the show’s creators in an article from Entertainment Weekly.
The episode is called “Make America Great Again”. The story idea was scrapped by Matt Stone and Trey Parker because they couldn’t get the timing of Donald Trump’s voice right.
Matt Stone also said that it felt like “something we had to do to have done something.” And speaking about the idea originally being a story about how someone created a Hillary Clinton DeepFake movie, he said there was only one problem with that idea: “Hillary doesn’t even exist.” That’s because she died in 2008.
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