How many times will they kill Kenny in the span of eight days?
Comedy Central is embarking on a celebratory “South Park” marathon ahead of the debut of the show’s 21st season this September.
The network announced on Wednesday that it would air every episode — all 254 — during the days-long event. However, there will be a break for the regularly scheduled program “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” each night.
“It will be wall-to-wall South Park for eight historic days!” a statement from Comedy Central reads.
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The marathon kicks off on Sept. 6 at 10 p.m. leading right up to Season 21, which will debut on Sept. 13.
FXX just pulled in its highest ratings ever with a multi “Every Simpsons Ever” three years ago — and it looks like CC is following in its footsteps.
“South Park,” created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, first launched on the network on Aug. 13, 1997 and has a solid running ever since. A special “South Park” emoji will be launched to commemorate the occasion and will accompany a number of hashtags related to the show for the entire 21st season.
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