This is hardly the first time Trey Parker and Matt Stone have poked fun at the supreme leader. read more
The satirical cartoon has a perfect chance to turn around and bite the trollish right-wing hand that feeds it. “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are harboring a dirty secret: Much of their audience, the 18- to 34-year-old demographic, overlaps with a certain young, male, white slice of President Donald Trump’s base. Show More Summary
For the past two decades, South Park has been eliciting strong reactions from viewers by poking fun at off-limits subjects and swearing up a storm in the process. But for the premiere of the 21st season, creators Trey Parker and Matt...Show More Summary
Amid jokes skewering white nationalists and home improvement shows, Trey Parker and Matt Stone brilliantly did something no satire show has yet succeeded in doing: waking up a nation of Google Home and Amazon Echo devices every time Cartman said "Alexa" or "OK Google." [ more › ]
Hey, Alexa, how does it feel to be trolled? For last night’s season 21 premiere of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone opted not to make a fool of Donald Trump, but instead a had harder target: the viewers at home — by literally invading their homes. “White People ... More »
Was this done on purpose? Well, it is Trey Parker and Matt Stone. read more
“SOUTH PARK” is accustomed to triggering public sensitivities. What even the Comedy Central series is not used to setting off, though, is its viewers’ own devices. Trey Parker and Matt Stone kicked off their 21st season Wednesday with an episode titled, “White People Renovating Houses,” that alludes to last month’s Charlottesville protests. In South Park, […]
The entire marketing campaign for South Park’s 21st season has centered around a back-to-basics promise. According to promos and interviews with creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, it will be a season without serialization; a season with more silliness and less politics; a season without Donald Trump. Read more...
NB: This review contains spoilers. Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s season 21 of South Park started up tonight on Comedy Central with what, in relative terms, might be described as a subtle takedown of white supremacists. When a screaming...Show More Summary
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have already said that they’ll be backing off from Donald Trump storylines for the next season of South Park, but the show isn’t giving up on current events entirely. As reported by The Wrap, the show’s upcoming season 21 premiere will tackle the rise of white nationalism in America, with a… Read more...
South Park writers Matt Parker and Trey Stone haven't ever really shied away from social commentary (president Donald Trump notwithstanding) and that doesn't look like it's changing with the upcoming South Park: The Fractured but Whole. Show More Summary
South Park has never been shy when it comes to comedy. While writers Matt Stone and Trey Parker will sometimes go for pure shock value, their satire tends to be very biting and very reflective of modern society. It looks like that final...Show More Summary
Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk Mr. Garrison, Cartman's girlfriend and Member Berries. read more
(Joe Malchow) Were you aware that, in 1996, cocreator of South Park Trey Parker directed a film called For Goodness Sake on the subject of race in American life? Dennis Prager and Larry Elder host, and, though it’s rough around the edges,...Show More Summary
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone won't tar Trump in the show's upcoming season. That made the media very, very angry. Cartman, Kyle and Kenny, meet Jimmy Fallon. The Tonight Show host once treated Donald Trump like a guest on his late night program. Show More Summary
Creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have said they plan on laying off the Trump jokes this year. read more
We did not exactly love Despicable Me 3, but South Park co-creator Trey Parker’s press tour for it has resulted in some fascinating peeks into his mind. It first provided some insights into how he and Matt Stone were planning on dealing...Show More Summary
Trey Parker knows this much about moose... they're curious creatures and his family's close encounter is all the proof he needed. The "South Park" co-creator and his family were in their Steamboat Springs, CO home hanging in the po...
Co-creator Trey Parker says he doesn’t want ‘South Park’ to become CNN. But what is the show’s responsibility in the age of Trump?
South Park has been on the air longer than some of its viewers have been alive. For twenty years, the satirical antics of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, as seen through the eyes of the most profane pre-teens on TV,...