#CancelSouthPark? New Promo Has Some Fans Wondering What Is Going On

We all love South Park right? While the quality of the show may have dipped from time to time over the years, it’s comforting to know we can always rely on South Park to offend  anyone and everyone with their unique brand of humor. Moving into it’s twenty-second season at the end of the month, a piece of new promotional material (at least I think it’s promotional material) from the show insists the show must be cancelled. That is pretty weird right? Not sure what Matt and Trey are up to, but they have my attention. You can check out the video below.

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In a way, this sort of thing reminds me of how the band Primus had “PrimuSucks” as their official website. Perhaps creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker really are tired of doing the show, and want out. Even if that is true, it seems unlikely that it would be handled in this way. South Park has been a mainstay on Comedy Central for over two decades, staying topical with current events from politics to religion, and any other controversy that interests the show.

South Park Season 22 premieres on Comedy Central September 26.

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