“South Park” has been known to cause controversy since it first premiered in 1997. However, now it appears that the popular animated television show has been banned in China due to the content of a ‘
According to the Hollywood Reporter, following the release of the new show titled “Band in China,” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will no longer be able to have their work shown in the country.
In the installment, one of the storylines revolves around Randy “getting caught attempting to sell weed in China and getting sent to a work camp.” Another part of the plot “follows Stan, Jimmy, Kenny, and Butters forming a metal band” but quickly learning that they will have to adjust their work in order for it to be distributed in the region.
Publisher: International Business Times
Author: Sarah Guy
Reference: Visit Source
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THR (from Hollywood, CA)
Mon Oct 07 18:39:07 +0000 2019
Watching this past week’s South Park, and now I’m convinced that Matt Stone and Trey Parker are prophets.
SirajAHashmi (from DC)
Mon Oct 07 15:09:19 +0000 2019
MY GOD. I LOVE TREY PARKER AND MATT STONE. https://t.co/wo0T0OYI34
TarheelKrystle (from Arizona, USA)
Mon Oct 07 18:57:58 +0000 2019