South Park Season 25 Episode 7, is shrouded with plenty of mystery, doubts, and speculations at the moment. The sixth episode of South Park, titled “Credigree Weed St. Patrick’s Day Special”, aired this Wednesday. The episode followed Butters and his shock upon learning that people in South Park don’t understand what St. Patrick’s Day is really about.
However, is the sixth episode the last one of this season? Will the 25th installment have more episodes down the way this year? Let’s delve into all the possibilities and all that we know about new episodes so far. Information and announcements regarding the new stuff are rare, so it’s hard to tell. Below is all that we know about the 25th season and new episodes, or the lack thereof, in this year.
South Park Season 25 Episode 7 Release Date
Episode 7 of South Park Season 25 doesn’t have a release date. At least not yet. Comedy Central surprised the fans at the beginning of 2022 when they announced that the 25th season will only run for a total of 6 episodes. This is a deviation from its usual run of 10 episodes each season. This change has triggered a flurry of doubts and speculations among the viewers and forums regarding the new episodes. The last episode didn’t seem like it was the conclusive entry of a season. This may indicate that the season 25 finale is yet to arrive.
Will There Be More Episodes in Season 25?
Although only six episodes have been announced for Season 25, there’s no confirmation if there are only 6 episodes in this installment. It could be that only six episodes out of the total ten episodes have been announced. If there are more episodes in this season, we can expect some information on them very soon. However, it could also be that the sixth episode really did mark the end of this season. In that case, we can expect to see more from the show in the next season. As for when season 26 will arrive, anytime later next year is your time bracket to pay attention to.
Watch South Park Season 25 Online — Streaming Details
South Park Season 25 aired on Comedy Central every week on Wednesdays, at 8:00 pm ET, United States. The online alternatives are abundant. You can watch the show via Live TV services such as Hulu+Live TV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Spectrum. You can also turn to VOD platforms such as Apple iTunes, Amazon Direct Video, Vudu, and Microsoft store. All these platforms let you purchase or rent individual episodes.