"South Park" is the latest show to be tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
Airing September 30 at 8 p.m. ET on Comedy Central, "The Pandemic Special" will find Randy Marsh coming to terms with his role in the COVID-19 outbreak as the pandemic upends the titular community. Eric Cartman and the rest of the kids head back to school, but their new normal is anything but normal.
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The incident, which will definitely include a myriad of "2020 Problems", will definitely be actually offered to flow on HBO Max 24 hrs after it opens.
Having said that though, the coronavirus has been such a odd thing that South Park are dedicating an hour-long episode to the pandemic.
After close to a quarter of a century on air, South Park remains a huge hit for Comedy Central in the U.S., and the network recently rewarded the success by renewing the series through 2022.
The show, which usually runs for 30 minutes, has never done an episode running longer than a half-hour in its 23-year history.
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. Eric Stough, Adrien Beard, Bruce Howell, Jack Shia and Vernon Chatman are Producers.