South Park's Next TV Movie Is About The Streaming Wars And It Arrives June 1

This is the third of 14 planned South Park TV movies for Paramount+.

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Paramount+ has announced another South Park TV movie, and it'll be here very soon. South Park The Streaming Wars will debut through the streaming platform on June 1 as part of the network's far-reaching partnership with South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

The Streaming Wars is the third of 14 planned TV movies for Paramount+, following Post Covid and Post Covid: Covid Returns.

"In South Park Streaming Wars, Cartman locks horns with his mom in a battle of wills, while an epic conflict unfolds and threatens South Park's very existence," reads a line from the description (via Deadline).

In addition to announcing The Streaming Wars, Paramount+ confirmed that the fourth South Park TV movie will arrive later this summer, though it has yet to be officially announced or detailed.

As part of their deal with ViacomCBS, Parker and Stone are being paid $900 million to produce the 14 TV movies, more seasons of the main show, and a South Park video game. The deal also helps Parker and Stone start a marijuana company based on the fictional Tegridy Farms pot business from the show.

Nothing is known about the new South Park video game, but it will follow 2017's The Fractured But Whole, which was developed by Ubisoft in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios.

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