Kenny, Cartman, Stan and Kyle will continue to cause mischief in the sleepy town of South Park, CO. for at least two more seasons. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Comedy Central has signed a deal with series co-creators and executive producers Trey Parker and Matt Stone that will keep the irreverent animated comedy on the air through at least 2005.
Parker and Stone will produce 15 new episodes per season. Also on the table is an option for a third year, which could make the show the longest-running primetime comedy series on basic cable.
South Park is now in its seventh season and will broadcast its 100th episode on April 9.