Paramount+ has announced that its South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 film will show up on the streaming service in July in the U.S. A new trailer for South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 was likewise shared on South Park’s Twitter that shows Randy going “full atomic Karen” as chaos assumes control over the town.
As per the official plot synopsis, a drought has carried the town of South Park close to catastrophe, and they’re certain to be plenty more rambunctious and ludicrous moments in the Paramount+ exclusive. While the runtime wasn’t revealed, the sequel will probably be a comparable length to the first Streaming Wars, which got started at close to 48 minutes.
Viewers outside the U.S. will probably need to stand by somewhat longer to watch the film, however, it’s unclear how long as Paramount+ just said it would be carried out to worldwide markets later, with no particular mention of timings. The original was reported in May and debuted on Paramount+ on June 1, spoofing the streaming wars that the new service had entered against Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, etc.
On 29th June, Wednesday South Park Studios and Paramount Plus made it official that the film is coming on Wednesday, 13th of July.
South Park: The Streaming Wars will be the fourth of 14 South Park specials to be made for the streaming service Paramount+. It’s the second two-parter, following South Park: Post Covid, and South Park: Post Covid: The Return of Covid, which were released last November and December. Very much like those specials, South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 drops soon after the first chapter release (June 1).
The South Park: Streaming Wars Part 2 Trailer
The South Park: Streaming Wars Part 2, the made-for-TV film, has gotten another trailer, featuring the last part of the Streaming Wars adventure.
The new trailer features Randy Marsh completely turning into a Karen, and threatening people within a supermarket before prodding the finish of the adventure. The film is set to debut solely on Paramount+ on July 13, 2022.
Cartman clashes with his mother in a battle of wills, while a legendary conflict unfurls and threatens South Park’s actual existence, read the official synopsis of the upcoming film. Alongside the made-for-TV films, South Park has additionally been proceeding with its run on TV, as the 25th season of the series as of late wrapped recently, after broadcasting six episodes on Comedy Central.
The series was made by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The Emmy and Peabody Award-winning series is led and produced by Parker, Stone, Anne Garefino, and Frank C. Agnone II. Eric Stough, Adrien Beard, Bruce Howell, and Vernon Chatman are Producers.