South Park‘s latest movie has just released its first official teaser trailer, and things are looking pretty different in the Colorado town.
South Park: Post Covid – one of 14 new movies set to be released as part of a bumper new deal – will premiere next week in the US, just in time for Thanksgiving on November 25.
Ahead of its festive release, the TV movie has shared a glimpse of what we can expect from the latest adventure – and ageing is certainly part of it.
Set 40 years on from the original animated series, South Park: Post Covid will show the boys “dealing with a post-COVID world,” co-creator Trey Parker has explained.
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The trailer confirms as much, showing an adult Stan and Kyle getting in touch with each other about a mystery problem they’re facing.
“They’re just trying to get back to normal,” Parker told The Hollywood Reporter. “So, it is like our show. We’re just trying to get back to normal.”
As well as Post Covid, a second feature-length South Park movie is believed to be just around the corner, with a further title eyeing up a December release on Paramount+.
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Series creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker recently opened up about the impressive $900 million deal they signed with ViacomCBS, joking that they were now locked in for a very long time.
“Comedy Central has been our home for 25 years and we’re really happy that they’ve made a commitment to us for the next 75 years,” they said.
South Park airs on Comedy Central. It’s also available via streaming services including Amazon Prime Video and NOW in the UK, with selected episodes on Netflix. In the US, it’s also available on HBO Max.
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