South Park Season 25 Episode 2 Release Date Updates!

Let’s go down to South Park and have a good time for the 25th season. The animated comedy series South Park, which follows the lives of odd people in the town of South Park, Colorado, is returning for Season 25 and will premiere on Comedy Central very soon.

Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the show’s creators, took a break from regular episodic storytelling to produce feature-length episodes in the form of South Park: The Fractured but Whole. South Park: Post COVID: The Return of COVID for Paramount+ and Post COVID and South Park: Post COVID: The Return of COVID for Paramount+

South Park is a Comedy Central animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and developed by Brian Graden. The show follows the exploits of four boys—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick in and around the titular Colorado town. South Park became famous for its profanity and dark, surreal humor that satirizes a wide range of topics aimed at adults. While the specials were only available on streaming services, South Park has now returned to its Comedy Central roots.

South Park Season 25 Episode 2 Release Date

South Park season 25
South Park season 25

Episode 2 of the show is soon going to be released.  The release date of episode 2 is set for 9th February 2022.  Season 25 of South Park was premiered on Comedy Central on Wednesday, February 2nd. The first episode i.e., “Pyjama Day,” of Season 25, has already been released and is being immensely loved by the audience.

It is expected that episodes will continue to air on the channel on Wednesday nights.

South Park Season 25 Episode 1 Release Date2 February 2022
South Park Season 25 Episode 2 Release Date9 February 2022

South Park Season 25 Total Episodes

Comedy Central has announced that the new season will begin with six new episodes, but it is not yet known if there will be additional episodes following these. Except for Season 24, which only had two long episodes due to COVID-related delays, the previous seven seasons of South Park each had ten episodes.

South Park is back for weekly episodes for the first time since Season 23 premiered in September 2019. New episodes of South Park will premiere on Comedy Central first, and will then be available to stream on,, and the Comedy Central App.

“To be halfway done with South Park is a great accomplishment-we can’t lie,” co-creators Stone and Parker said after announcing the Season 25 premiere date.

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South Park: The Next Chapter

South Park season 25-Episode 2
South Park season 25-Episode 2

While Season 25 of South Park may be shorter than previous seasons, there is still plenty of South Park on the way. Stone and Parker have signed a deal with MTV Entertainment Studios to produce five more seasons of the show, which will run until Season 30 in 2027.

In addition, they have committed to producing 14 exclusive projects for Paramount+ in addition to the regular episodic series. The first two of those 14 specials, titled South Park: Post COVID, aired in November and December 2021.

South Park Season 25 Episode 2 Characters

Most of the male characters are voiced by Parker and Stone. Until her death in November 1999, Mary Kay Bergman provided the majority of the female characters. Mona Marshall and Eliza Schneider took over for Bergman, with Schneider departing after the seventh season (2003). April Stewart, who, along with Marshall, continues to voice the majority of the female characters, took her place.

To protect her reputation as the voice of several Disney and other kid-friendly characters, Bergman was originally listed in the credits as Shannen Cassidy.  Stewart was originally credited as Gracie Lazar, while Schneider was sometimes credited as Blue Girl, her rock opera performance pseudonym.

Supervising producer Jennifer Howell voices student Bebe Stevens, co-producer and storyboard artist Adrien Beard voices Token Black, the school’s only African-American student until the introduction of Nichole in “Cartman Finds Love,” and writing consultant Vernon Chatman voices an anthropomorphic tow truck. Various small children of the show’s production staff have provided the voices for toddler and kindergarten characters throughout the show’s run.

When voicing a child character, the voice actors use their normal vocal range while adding a childlike inflection. The audio is then edited in Pro Tools to make the voice sound more like that of a fourth-grader.

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