Airdate: South ParQ: Vaccination Special

10 Shake will fast-track a 1 hr special as Colorado Rockies clamour for the COVID-19 vaccine.

In March 10 Shake will fast-track a new one hour special South ParQ Vaccination Special.

The ruthlessly funny new episode follows on from the 2020 premiere of South Park The Pandemic Special, where the citizens of South Park came to terms with the continued challenges of the on-going pandemic.

The residents of the small town in the Colorado Rockies are all clamoring for the COVID-19 vaccine. When a new militant group arrives to town and tries to stop the boys from getting their teacher vaccinated, the foul mouthed misadventures kick off.

Comedy Central’s South Park launched on August 13, 1997. Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the co-creators of South Park. Parker, Stone, Anne Garefino and Frank C. Agnone II are the Executive Producers of the Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning South Park. Eric Stough, Adrien Beard, Bruce Howell and Vernon Chatman are Producers. Chris Brion is the Creative Director of South Park Digital Studios.

11 March at 8.30pm on 10 Shake.

8 Responses

  1. Ok the episode is so many levels of wrong but I thought it would have been so much worse but I actually enjoyed it. I haven’t watched South Park for awhile but I still enjoyed it

  2. I’ve said it about the last special and I’ll say it again about this one… with mostly bugger all on 10’s primary channel, and with their primetime offerings rating as underwhelmingly as they do (new NCIS only pulled 264,000 in the same timeslot this week; a far cry from its heyday), why, oh, why is 10 not considering a primary channel slot for this, especially being as topical as it is and the show often attracting headlines?

    It is a gamble, sure, but hell, an 8.30 offering rating at only 264,000 (not even cracking the overnight top 20) is hardly a benchmark. And considering that it’s only a one-off, what really do they have to lose? And they’d also have stockpiled an NCIS episode for another week to pad out a schedule that is affected by the lack of programming and with many US shows opting for shorter seasons.

    1. Ignoring the demographic clash, they’d technically be able to reach more viewers on Peach..

      Maybe 10’s looooooooooong reliance on The Simpsons has lead to some kind of tribal conflict with South Park and they’re parking it on Shake to die?

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