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Six Days to South Park: Behind the Scenes
Howdy Parkateers! Summer is winding down, and the mid-season premiere is about a month away. To help pass the time until the new episode, we've got some delicious South Park goodness for our fans. Today we are launching Six Days to South Park, a day-by-day behind the scenes look at the episode "Super Fun Time." Like many episodes, this one was produced from script to broadcast in just six days. Production began on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 10 AM and it aired on Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at 10 PM.
Each day's video represents the actual progress of the episode for one day of production. In the video for day one, you will see how the show looked less than seven days before it aired on Comedy Central. Watch as the show comes together and changes over the course of those six days. Make sure to come back daily for an updated version of the episode. Next Thursday, September 11th, it starts all over with commentary by the South Park crew on a day-by-day basis.
A South Park clip form "Trapped in the Closet" has made it to the final 10 Memorable Comedy Moments of all time in the ABC.com Emmy Contest. Voting is open until Monday. Go now and cast another vote for South Park, and tell all your friends and family to help make South Park #1 . The winners will be announced and the clips shown live on the Emmy's, September 21st.
And the Winner Is.....
Imaginationland wins the Animated Program Emmy (Programming One Hour or More)!!! Congratulations to the entire crew of South Park on the big win last night. And make sure to check out the Emmy-Winning Imaginationland episode, for free, only at SouthParkStudios.com.
From South Park, with... some love?
We've learned today that South Park fans in Russia have organized their own pro-South Park rally -- check out pictures here and video here and here.
Super Lame Time
The world of South Park will get a little smaller today. Fans in France, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland will no longer be able to watch full episodes at SouthParkStudios.com. If you live in one of those countries or the U.K, Australia, and New Zealand we want you to know that we are working hard to bring you full episodes as soon as possible.
If you click on a video clip and are taken to a page that says "full episodes are not available in your country," please enter your email address at the bottom of the page. We will let you know as soon as possible when we can start streaming episodes to your country again.
The good news is that fans, no matter where you are in the world, will still have access to this site. For many countries this includes the over 2,500 embeddable and sharable video clips, all the games, the avatar creator and most importantly the Official South Park Forum. We invite you to comment on the situation.
We are sorry, and hope to have these issues resolved as soon as possible.