Full episodes of SOUTH PARK are now available for free on the official website: www.southparkstudios.com.
The full library includes 3,000 video clips and every episode of the popular animated Comedy Central show.
The new beta site also includes a new avatar creator, where you can create your very own SOUTH PARK fourth grader, adult, kindergartner or Canadian.
Toyota is sponsoring the episodes for now; you can skip forward and backward through the program but cannot during the advertisements.
All 12 seasons -- more than 150 episodes -- are on the site, but are not embeddable.
The launch is a joint venture between co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker and Comedy Central (owned by Viacom); the two will split ad revenue 50/50, according to MEDIAWEEK.
Comedy Central announced last year that SOUTH PARK was renewed for three more seasons.
In other SOUTH PARK news, the episode premiering March 26 at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) on Comedy Central, "Major Boobage," will pay homage to the 1981 movie HEAVY METAL, a 1970s-era sci-fi fantasy magazine.
HEAVY METAL will be the inspiration for a upcoming Paramount Pictures animated film.
To honor the movie, Kenny is skipping school and the other boys are sure it's because he's hooked on the latest drug craze that's popular with the junior high and under crowd. Meanwhile, Kyle's parents become concerned that their son is getting high when they find contraband in his room.