South Park Tackling Coronavirus With Hourlong Pandemic Special

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Having said that though, the coronavirus has been such a odd thing that South Park are dedicating an hour-long episode to the pandemic.

Comedy Central has announced that their award-winning adult animated series South Park will officially be having an hour-long special event, centering around how the town deals with the ongoing pandemic.

Fans may kip down at 8 p.m.to view the very first proving, as well as additionally 9 p.m.as well as 10 p.m.

In the hour-long special called The Pandemic Episode, we'll see Randy dealing with his role in the COVID-19 outbreak as the pandemic reaches the citizens of South Park.

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The teaser promises to cover additional "2020 problems", and shows the kids with germ barriers around their desks in the classroom, while their teachers have been replaced by cops.

Long-running Comedy Central animation "South Park" will definitely come back September 30 along with an hourlong Season 24 best regarding the coronavirus, depending on to Deadline.

Several live action series have turned to animation during the extended COVID-19 production shutdown, including Pop TV's "One Day at a Time", which aired its special episode back in June. Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the co-creators of South Park. Eric Stough, Adrien Beard, Bruce Howell, Jack Shia and Vernon Chatman are Producers.

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