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Recent ‘South Park’ episode lampoons Yelp reviewers for confusing themselves with legitimate food critics.
The five nominees for Outstanding Animated Program are FX’s ‘Archer,’ Fox’s ‘Bob’s Burgers’ and ‘The Simpsons,’ Cartoon Network’s ‘Over The Garden Wall’ and Comedy Central’s ‘South Park.’ VFX nominees include Starz’ ‘Black Sails,’ The CW’s ‘The Flash,’ HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones,’ Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,’ and the History Channel’s ‘Vikings.’
TripTank spin-off created and executive produced by Sean Donnelly and Alessandro Minoli alongside ShadowMachine’s Alex Bulkley and Corey Campodonico slated to premiere in 2016.
Fox nets two nominations for ‘Bob’s Burgers’ and ‘The Simpsons,’ while Comedy Central’s ‘South Park,’ Disney Channel’s ‘Gravity Falls,’ Disney XD’s ‘Star Wars Rebels’ and FX’s ‘Archer’ each receive a nod.
Ten-episode season of ‘Legends of Chamberlain Heights,’ based on an original concept by Mike Clements, Quinn Hawking, Josiah Johnson and Michael Starrbury to premiere in 2016.
Designer Mike Perry discusses the evolution of the animated title sequence and visual identity for Comedy Central’s ‘Broad City.’
Creative collective collaborates with Comedy Central on its new animated series, ‘Pixelheads,’ with gameplay from Divekick, award-winning games from Electronic Arts, and the voices of comedians Steve Agee, H Michael Croner and Rich Fulcher, among others.
Everyone’s favorite maladjusted park rangers are back for more adventures when ‘Brickleberry’ returns for a third season on Tuesday, September 16 on Comedy Central.
Comedy Central expands its animated offerings with ‘@DadBoner,’ an animated comedy project based on the popular Twitter feed from comedian Mike Burns.
The entire ‘South Park’ library will be available for free on Hulu before the start of the animated comedy's 18th season on September 24.
Nominations for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards are announced, with nods for Outstanding Animated Program going to FX’s ‘Archer,’ Fox’s ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ Comedy Central’s ‘Futurama’ and ‘South Park,’ and Nickelodeon’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.’
Comedy Central signs a deal with Twentieth Television for the off-network rights to ‘Archer,’ basic cable’s second-highest-rated comedy among adults 18-49 and No.1 on FX.