The South Park season finale was centered around the president of the United States and his relationship with the Whites.
‘Tis the season to trim your Christmas tree, and what better way to personalize it than with your favorite movies, TV shows, music, and other pop culture favorites? The Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Stormborn, can fly alongside the King of the Seas, Aquaman. Pair up a dancing Baby Groot with the TARDIS from Doctor Who (maybe he can time travel his way into growing bigger), and see how well the Friends get along with Luke, Leia, Yoda, and the Star Wars gang. Christmas is a time to bring everyone together, right?
"South Park" acknowledged Trump's election anniversary this week by bringing back President Garrison and welcoming Mike Pence, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to the fold.
On 'South Park,' fake news was running rampant on Facebook about Coon and Friends so they faced off against Mark Zuckerberg in a street brawl.
"South Park" took on the hot-button topic of Columbus Day. Disdain for the long-standing national holiday has grown as historians have pointed out the atrocities indigenous people suffered as a result of Christopher Columbus “discovering” the Americas.
On the “Put It Down” episode of South Park, creators called out “The President” for inciting violence with North Korea on Twitter.
Comedy Central released the first clip from Wednesday’s long-awaited premiere, titled “White People Renovating Houses."
It likely won't totally blow your mind, to paraphrase Toni Basil's 1982 hit “Mickey,” but today the ex -So You Think You Can Dance guest judge is going after the Walt Disney Company, Viacom, South Park and others in court for non-consensual use of her persona, image and voice. At more than $750 for every time an "unauthorized use" was seen, heard or broadcast, highly respected choreographer Basil could be looking at some mighty fine dough, especially where Barack Obama was…
Aug. 13, marks the 20th anniversary of the airing of the first episode of “South Park” on Comedy Central. Here are five surprising facts you might not know about the work that went into making that episode.
It’s April 20 (aka 4/20), and cannabis lovers around the world will be celebrating “Weed Day.” In its honor, the video above highlights 10 memorable times TV characters used pot.
The Kiefer Sutherland series about the Oval Office has had troubles in the leadership department and will hire a fourth person to fill the showrunner’s shoes.
Now that the election is over on “South Park,” Mr. Garrison started making the transition to President Garrison. In a scene straight out of “Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back,” President Garrison was seen getting a Trump-style hairpiece lowered onto his head like Darth Vader did with his helmet in his meditation chamber. Also, throughout the show, President Garrison was accompanied by music that sounded similar to “The Imperial March.”
Stick around after the season premiere of “South Park” to check out “Legends of Chamberlain Heights,” another minimally animated, guaranteed-to-offend Comedy Central series premiering Wednesday night.
Westworld finally gets a premiere date! Well, a vague one at least. The HBO series from husband and wife team, Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan, has been plagued by delays, production halts, and controversy, but it is supposedly going to debut in the Fall. The futuristic drama dealing with an amusement park populated by artificial intelligent robots may have you yelling, “Simpsons did it!” And you’d be right – Itchy and Scratchy Land was a parody of the 1973 Michael Crichton original.
People around the world will be celebrating “Weed Day” April 20. In its honor, this video, running four minutes and 20 seconds, highlights some of television’s most memorable marijuana moments.
While the official origins of April Fool’s day still remain a mystery, there is no doubt that people have embraced April 1st as a fun-filled day of practical jokes, pranks, and hoaxes. And several television shows have delighted viewers by paying homage to the day with special “April Fool’s”-themed episodes.