The controversial cartoon, launched in 1997, has been a resounding success for 22 seasons. The Amazon Prime and Netflix platforms will soon offer its distribution.
Adored by some, hated by others, South Park is still alive. The lively American satirical drawing, the first season was aired in 1997, now in its 23rd season in the United States.
Soon available on platforms in France
The series has been a great success with several generations in France. So much so that the platforms Amazon Prime and Netflix have announced the next availability of the first 22 seasons, available in France, in their catalogue.
Y a d’la place pour se garer.
Tout l’monde vous dit BONNE JOURNÉE. https://t.co/Wjgixx1uKC
— Prime Video France (@PrimeVideoFR) 3 September 2019
Amazon Prime has confirmed the date of Monday 30th September 2019 for the inclusion of the series of Trey Parker and Matt Stone in its catalogue of programs available. In contrast, Netflix has not yet released an official date.
The series follows the adventures of four CM1 boys, Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman, in the fictional town of South Park, Colorado, with omnipresent black humour. The cartoon has been controversial many times because of its raw language and graphic content but continues to be adored by many fans.