The much-awaited South Park The Streaming Wars Part 2 will premiere on Wednesday, July 13, according to Paramount+. The Streaming Wars, the made-for-TV film, was widely appreciated by both fans and critics in the upcoming Part 2, as a result of a drought.
While the film is titled "The Streaming Wars," Cartman steps down with his mother in a wills battle, and the movie leaves fans wondering if Steve Black, his father, was brutally beaten and killed by ManBearPig. Part 2 is expected to cover a variety of questions, including whether Steve Black, Steve, and the rest of the town farmers and landowners regained control of their water rights from Pi Pi, the mischievous and fan-favorite. Also
South Parks'' creators signed a $900 million agreement with Paramount, which promises 14 feature-length specials and six additional seasons of the series. This is indicating the fact that the series is splitting its focus between the specials and shorter seasons.
South Park is renewed on Comedy Central until 2027, completing cable''s longest-running scripted series for an unprecedented 30th season.
A 25-year anniversary of the South Park series on Comedy Central was first seen in the animated short The Spirit of Christmas, and they went on to make television history from there. Co-creators Parker and Stone are both acting as executive producers for the made-for-TV and film. South Park Digital Studios has Christopher Brion.
South Park The Streaming Wars Part 2 will premiere on July 13 in the United States and roll out internationally in all markets where the service is available. The first three South Park events South Park: Post-Covid, South Park: Post-Covid: The Return of Covid, and South Park The Streaming Wars are available for download only on Paramount+.
See the new trailer below: