Ugly Americans and South Park return to The Comedy Network

The laughs and howls start early when UGLY AMERICANS and SOUTH PARK scream onto The Comedy Network this October.

First, the foul-mouthed fourth-graders from SOUTH PARK are back when the second half of Season 14 premieres Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, beginning October 8, exclusively on The Comedy Network.

Next, the ghouls of Mark Lilly’s frighteningly hilarious New York City are back to their old tricks when Season 1 of UGLY AMERICANS continues with all-new episodes on Sunday, October 10 at 12 a.m. ET/PT.

Airing uncensored and uncut, SOUTH PARK and UGLY AMERICANS are available exclusively on The Comedy Network and

After reaching its 200th episode earlier this season, SOUTH PARK continues to raise the bar by getting down and dirty with seven all-new episodes from Season 14. Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone distort social norm and work their magic yet again, eerily in tune with the beat of pop-culture. From the boys’ sex obsession and Kyle’s dilemma with Facebook ‘friends,’ Season 14 reclaims SOUTH PARK’s spot as the most badass and foul-mouthed series on The Comedy Network.

Under the back-drop of New York City, UGLY AMERICANS is set in an alternate universe oozing with demons, vampires, werewolves and other poisonous creatures. The animated series follows the hectic life of Mark Lilly (voiced by Matt Oberg), a social worker at the “Department of Integration.” There are easier tasks than weaning vampires off of blood, socializing land-whales and house-breaking werewolves, but Mark is up to the challenge.

With seven all-new episodes from Season 1, UGLY AMERICANS takes New York City’s sinister streets to the darkest and funniest level yet. Mark and Randall venture to the depths of hell to celebrate Halloween with Callie’s family. Little does Mark know, he is in for a devilish surprise. Randall joins a Zombie cult, leaving Mark to deal with a clingy new roommate. Twayne finds himself on dangerous ground when he toys with the fate of a politician’s soul.

UGLY AMERICANS is developed and executive produced by David M.Stern (THE SIMPSONS).

Canada’s first-and-only specialty comedy service, The Comedy Network airs comedy of all kinds, 24-hours-a-day, across multiple platforms, including a revolutionary broadband service at Launched in October 1997, The Comedy Network broadcasts, uncut and uncensored, an eclectic mix of scripted, stand-up, sketch, improv, and animated comedy – as well as topical comedy talk shows, game shows and classic situation comedies. Offering an unrivalled slate of original Canadian programming, The Comedy Network reinvests nearly 50 per cent of its revenues into home-grown productions. The Comedy Network, a division of CTV Television Inc., is available to nearly six million households across the country. Visit The Comedy Network’s website at

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