South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 Gets a Release Date And a New Trailer

Paramount+ has announced that its South Park: The Streaming Wars Part 2 film will arrive on the streaming service on July 13 in the U.S.

A brand new trailer for Part 2 was also shared on South Park’s Twitter (below) that shows Randy going “full nuclear Karen” as chaos takes over the town.

According to the official plot synopsis, “a drought has brought the town of South Park to the brink of disaster,” and there’re sure to be plenty more rowdy and ridiculous moments in the Paramount+ exclusive.

While the runtime wasn’t revealed, the sequel will likely be a similar length to the first Streaming Wars, which clocked in at around 48 minutes.

Audiences outside the U.S. will likely to have to wait a little longer to watch the film, though it’s unclear how long as Paramount+ only said it would be rolled out to international markets after, with no specific mention of timings.

The original was announced in May and premiered on Paramount+ on June 1parodying the “streaming wars” that the new service had entered against Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and so on.

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