Comedy Central has just announced that another pandemic-themed special from South Park is on the way. After the tremendous success of the first "Pandemic Special" from last fall, the show will get a second-round for even more Coronavirus-inspired comedy to dish out.
The one-hour "South ParQ, The Vaccination Special" episode will follow South Park's citizens on their journey to get the Covid-19 vaccine. In it, we will see a newly formed militant group try and stop the squad of boys from getting their teacher the vaccine.
In the first Pandemic Special, we saw the creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone touched on the many events of 2020 that transpired throughout the year. The 24th season of the edgy show was not shy to stay away from making jokes that went over the line. We saw the season dishing out harsh but hilarious jabs to the former President Donald Trump, the Coronavirus Pandemic, and the police brutality as well in its typical South Park fashion.
The Pandemic Special drew attention to the show and became quite the trending topic on Twitter after airing. People's opinions of the episode were split, with half of the crowd singing the episode's praises and its creators calling it absolutely hilarious. In contrast, the other half couldn't believe it was aired on the network offending many of them. It was almost as people have forgotten about how the show has been from the start since it originally aired back in 1997.
In 2019, South Park was renewed till 2022 by the network, which means another season for the controversial animated comedy show is to come.
South ParQ, The Vaccination Special, will premiere on Comedy Central on Wednesday, March 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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