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South Park returns to Comedy Central with season 15’s Ass Burgers

South Park returns to Comedy Central with season 15's Ass Burgers

Fifteen years in, and South Park is just as outrageous as ever. Tonight, October 5th, TOON over to Comedy Central at 10pm for the first episode of season 15: Ass Burgers. The Trey Parker and Matt Stone creation will also be available on Xbox LIVE, iTunes, Amazon Video on Demand, Sony’s PSN, and SouthParkStudios.com. In the premiere episode, Cartman believes he is suffering from the rare Asperger’s Syndrome, which, according to the episode title, seems like he clearly misunderstands. Take a look at the sneak peek teaser clip right here

Comedy Central’s Futurama is more science than fiction, Discovery.com

Comedy Central's Futurama is more science than fiction, Discovery.com

Futurama has been tied to Fox, Comedy Central, the Simpsons, Matt Groening, the concept of cancellation and the concept of renewal during it’s span of the past decade or so. Now, the folks over at Discovery.com are trying to tie the popular animated series to relaity, claiming the sci-fi series might have a little more science than fiction to it. As Fry, Bender, Leela, and the rest of the Planet Express crew do their best to entertain us, Discovery also points out a number of ways in which the toon uses actual science, and reality-based scientific theory, including a Futurama Theorem, to connect to things that could actually happen. Maybe that doesn’t necessarily mean squid-faced people, but there is something to it! What parts of Futurama do you wish were real?

Futurama season 6B on Comedy Central

Futurama season 6B on Comedy Central

Futurama returns tonight, with an all new seasons! Er… half season! Appropriately dubbed “season 6B”, thirteen episodes making up the second half of season 6 kicks of with the June 23rd debut on Comedy Central. The (half) season premiere is actually a back-to-back mini marathon! The first episode is Neutopia, where the crew crash-lands on an unknown world, with unknown creatures. The second episode, Benderama, features Bender creating a new generation of Benders, each one smaller than the last. Odd. And maybe a little creepy. But absolutely hysterical! Other season highlights will include the Robot Mafia, Law and Oracle, Reincarnation, and so many more hits. Be sure to TOON in to the debut tonight, and stick around all season for the rest!

Futurama returns to Comedy Central June 23rd

Futurama returns to Comedy Central June 23rd

On June 23rd, Futurama is back on the air. The second half of the sixth season is set to kick off on Comedy Central this Thursday, bringing the lives of Fry, Leela, Bender, Professor, Zoidberg, Hermes, Amy, Zapp, Kif, Nibbler, and all the rest of your sci-fi favorites back into your living room. Matt Groening’s often-revived series (a quasi spinoff of The Simpsons) made the transition from Fox to Comedy Central (with a few pit-stops at “off the air” in between) and has found a huge, loyal following at its new home. Not only will the remaining 13 episodes run from June through this summer, nicknamed “season 6B” but the network has picked up a seventh season of 26 episodes scheduled to air in 2012. So TOON in this Thursday at 10pm, and let the future times roll.

New South Park tonight on Comedy Central

New South Park tonight on Comedy Central

South Park kicks off it’s 15th season tonight at 10pm on Comedy Central. And, also, XBOX Live. And iTunes. And Sony’s PlayStation Network and Amazon’s Video on Demand, and South Park Studios. The boys are everywhere! Seven all-new episodes will make up the first portion of this season, ensuring South Park will remain the highest-rated series on the laugh network. In case you miss the new guys, repeats will stream through the channel at midnight the same day, then again on Thursday and Friday, every week. The Trey Parker and Matt Stone toon will no doubt continue to be just as crass, and just as funny… and just as topical as ever! Be sure to TOON in tonight!

The Dating Guy is set to splash on Teletoon at Night

The Dating Guy is set to splash on Teletoon at Night

There are not that many cartoons on TV that we would categorize as strictly “adult” cartoons. Outside of the world of movies or anime, I mean toons with a regular schedule. Family Guy, the Simpsons, and South Park certainly have their moments. Comedy Central’s Drawn Together is likely the the best candidate for the role of “kids shouldn’t be watching this” type of cartoon. Well, Marblemedia’s Dating Guy kicks things up a notch, bringing Teletoon’s late night segment, Teletoon at Night (think Adult Swim on Cartoon Network) to a whole new level. The toon follows four 20 year olds; Mark, Woody, Sam, and VJ, as they explore the challenging world of dating and romance as it mixes into jobs, rent, and other daily struggles. Oh, and maybe there’s a jewel thief. And a werewolf. It happens!

Futurama returns as Comedy Central revives the Fox classic

Futurama returns as Comedy Central revives the Fox classic

Matt Groening is the well-known creator of the weller-known mega series, The Simpsons. For decades, Homer, Bart, Marge, Lisa, and Maggie have ruled Fox television, but for a brief period, they shared the spotlight with “sister series” Futurama, which followed the adventures of a 20th-century New York City pizza delivery boy, Philip J. Fry (Billy West), who was cryogenically frozen for a thousand years, then awakened in the 31st-century to a world of robots and aliens. Futurama ran from 1999 to 2003, later finding a popular home on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. After which, four straight-to-DVD films were created that performed so well, Comedy Central purchased the rights to air them on TV. After receiving rave reviews, Comedy Central decided to sign up for an entirely new season, reviving the Futurama series. Now, fans old and new, and all over the cosmos, can tune in regularly to check out 26 new episodes of Futurama every Thursday evening. You an old fan or new?

The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! on DVD today

The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! on DVD today

Get “drawn in” all over again! The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! is not only a funnily confusing title, but more importantly, it’s a funnily confusing title that could now be sitting on your shelf, as the DVD is available today! Seth MacFarlane, of Family Guy fame and fortune, is now revealed to have a special role in the film, bringing in a whole new level of animated icon. The Comedy Central and Paramount Home Entertainment film can be grabbed at stores, or downloaded via iTunes, Xbox Live, Amazon, and more. Take a look at the full press release for more details

South Park season 14

South Park season 14

South Park kicked off a brand new year last night, airing the first episode of season 14. The Comedy Central series has been going strong since the mid 90s, lampooning numerous celebrities and recent events, and reaching a point of fame where even The Simpsons has to tip its hat in honor. This year, producers promise to bring Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman to all new adventures across their small, animated Colorado town, as the show races towards it’s 200th episode, set to run in April. Anyone catch the new episode last night?

Drawn Together Movie: The Movie screening

Drawn Together Movie: The Movie screening

Anyone lucky enough to attend Comic Con in Anaheim next month will be treated to a special screening of Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! The flick, based on the Drawn Together Comedy Central animated series, is set to debut on DVD just a few days afterward, on April 20th, from Comedy Central Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment and creators Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser. Take a look at the full press release, and for your chance to grab some spots at Comic Con

The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie

The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie

The Comedy Central animated series, Drawn Together, is getting the movie treatment, titled The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie! Yes, “the movie” is actually part of the title. The DVD is set for an April 20th release, according to the distributor Paramount Home Entertainment. The silly and often irreverent comedy series returns all of the former housemates after living together for three seasons. Take a look at the trailer and box art

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