An excellent two-part reckoning culminates in a glorious staging of the climate-change debate as a clash of the titans.
The next few months will deliver a host of wondrous, strange, challenging pictures — and a live-action Dumbo remake, courtesy of Tim Burton.
A frustrating but pivotal reckoning with some past sins suggests there are limits to South Park’s giggling nihilism after all.
“I knew this girl. She was for me.”
The Gang wraps its best season in years with an exploration of Mac’s homosexuality that’s far and away the series’ most open display of earnestness.
Call Me By Your Name, Purple Rain, Black Swan, Paddington 2, and more.
The great e-scooter plague has reached South Park just in time for Halloween.
The Paddy’s crew goes to the Super Bowl to make sure Philly gets represented properly.
The stop-motion animation team recruited an all-star cast to write and voice a 1967 Halloween movie that’s as much for grown-ups as kids.
Charlie reenacts a famous Christmas movie in the first of a pair of Super Bowl–themed episodes.
The South Park kids discover vaping and problems snowball from there.
Musings on the past take a strange turn in an inventive spin on the clip episode.
The I Still See You star gets real about ghosts and see-through shirts.
The Roseanne debacle and the Kavanagh confirmation provide fodder for an episode in which Mr. Hankey commits some grave errors.
The gang tackles the debate over how to address gender identity and bathroom use, taking it to absurd, crude extremes.
From Ojka to The Do-Over.
“I see a lot of humor in the toxic masculinity on the right, where they make that feeling such a centerpiece.”
The series tries to take an evenhanded approach to the scandals swirling around the Catholic Church.
A look back at all the various stars that have been born, including Judy Garland, Janet Gaynor, and Barbra Streisand.
Everyone looks for new ways to get around, be it cars or bicycles, and discovers that some rides are better than others.