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Three-Year Deal Nets Hulu Exclusive Rights To South Park 138

First time accepted submitter gunner_von_diamond writes with news about a deal between the creators of South Park and Hulu. If you're a fan of South Park, you better be a fan of Hulu as well. Specifically, Hulu Plus. The creators of the funny, foul-mouthed animated TV show have signed a deal with the online streaming service. Valued at more than $80 million, the three-year deal grants Hulu exclusive rights to stream the 240+ episode back catalog of South Park in addition to all new episodes (as soon as they've aired on Comedy Central). "This is a natural partnership for us. We are excited that the entire library will be available on Hulu and that the best technology around will power South Park Digital Studios," said creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, in a statement.
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Three-Year Deal Nets Hulu Exclusive Rights To South Park

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  • by ArcadeMan ( 2766669 ) on Monday July 14, 2014 @04:24PM (#47450993)

    What about Canada, you uncle fuckers?

  • by tysonedwards ( 969693 ) on Monday July 14, 2014 @04:25PM (#47451005)
    Mr. Garrison: What do you think, Mr. Marsh? You ready to put a down payment on that baby?
    Randy Marsh: Well yeah, but I just had one question about how it works. Well, it seems all the buttons on these front and rear flexi-grips are also found on the side of the vehicle.
    Mr. Garrison: Yep.
    Randy Marsh: So, they don't really do anything.
    Mr. Garrison: Right.
    Randy Marsh: So then, couldn't I just order one that works without going in and out of my ass and mouth?
    Mr. Garrison: [pause] ... Well, I guess you could.
    Customers: Huh? What's that? What'd he say?

    So... they give us Hulu...

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