The New York Times is reporting that Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the co-creators of South Park, have just signed a deal with Comedy Central to renew the show to a 15th season (in 2011), evenly split ad revenues, and significantly raise their salaries and back-end advances on merchandising revenues (registration required). As part of […]
Tvshowsondvd.com reports that Paramount and Comedy Central will release Christmas Time in South Park on DVD on November 13th. The box set will contain every Christmas episode from Comedy Central’s controversial series. The original version was made in 2000 by Warner Brothers and had the first 3 Christmas episodes. This version contains 7 episodes. Christmas […]
Donick Cary is a veteran of television comedy, starting out as a writer for Late Night with David Letterman and The Simpsons. Late last year, he was tapped by Amp’d Mobile to create animated shows for broadcast on cell phones. The result was Lil’ Bush, a comedy series that follows the misadventures of a pint-sized […]
Microsoft and Comedy Central have teamed up to deliver Xbox 360 owners the first episode of South Park in high-definition video. Starting today until March 20, 2007, the season 8 episode “Good Times With Weapons” will be available as a free download from Xbox LIVE Marketplace. The episode will also be given to customers who […]
A press release from Comedy Central states that the 11th season of South Park will begin on Wednesday, March 7, at 10:00 PM Eastern/Pacific time. The release states that the seven all-new episodes will include a parody of Fox’s 24 and a visit by Senator Hilary Clinton (D-NY). The press release also notes that the […]
Tvshowsondvd.com reports that Season 9 of South Park will be out on DVD on March 6, 2007. The ninth season will contain the Emmy award winning episode “Best Friends Forever,” as well as the controversial Emmy nominated episode “Trapped in the Closet.” No word yet on bonus features. Stay tuned for further announcements. Update 12/14: […]
The Hollywood Reporter (via Reuters) reports that Larry the Cable Guy will work on an animated pilot for Comedy Central. The “Blue Collar” comedian will star as a misguided but well-intentioned co-owner of a cable TV station whose other owner is a woman of class and taste who does not share his vision for programming […]
ComicBookResources.com has spoken to Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser, the co-creators of Comedy Central’s Drawn Together, which puts a variety of animation archetypes together into a reality TV show. The pair discuss the characters on the show and what’s coming up in season 3 of the show, which begins airing in October.