Twenty-two years after the release of South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, the first and only feature in the franchise, more South Park films have been announced. Fourteen more.
Franchise creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have struck a deal with MTV Entertainment Studios to produce 14 original movies for Paramount+, the recently rebranded streaming service. They will also create new episodes of the series for Comedy Central through its 30th season in 2027. MTV, Comedy Central, and Paramount+ are all owned by ViacomCBS.
The deal will earn Parker and Stone more than $900 million over the next six years, according to Bloomberg. This makes it one of the most lucrative pacts in tv history.