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South Park Creators Actually Want To Launch Tegridy Weed Farms In The Real World

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South Park Creators Actually Want To Launch Tegridy Weed Farms In The Real World

South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have big plans for the future.

After signing a near $1 billion deal with ViacomCBS, the comedic geniuses are ramping up the content to keep everyone laughing.

But we could be getting the giggles because of a very different reason.

The duo recently revealed they have plans to bring Tegridy Farms into the real world.

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For those who haven't seen recent episodes of the hit animated show, Randy Marsh forces his family to leave South Park so he can start a marijuana farm on the outskirts of town.

Credit: ViacomCBS
Credit: ViacomCBS

They go through hilarious highs and lows of the weed business, and while it's been a brilliant storyline, it appears Trey and Matt want to use part of their enormous new wealth to spread the tegridy.

Matt told Bloomberg: "I think we're really for the first time going to bring Tegridy Weed into real life."

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The product would no doubt be a massive hit with consumers all over the world, who would lap up the chance to buy strains featured on the show.

There's no timeframe on when we could expect to be puffing away on the famous weed but at least we know they are planning to bring it to life.

But that's not the only thing they're doing with their money.

Matt added: "We're a media company. We use the proceeds from this to invest. These are multi-year projects we invested a bunch of money in.

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"We have a South Park 3D video game, release date unknown. We're doing deep fakes. We have a studio with a dozen people who are deep fake artists. We're working on a little more of this deep fake movie we're trying to piece together. We have a horror movie. A musical."

Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Credit: PAMatt Stone and Trey Parker. Credit: PA

That is a hell of a lot of content coming our way and we can't even begin to imagine what a South Park musical would look like, especially considering how hilarious and successful The Book of Mormon has been.

The deal between Matt, Trey and ViacomCBS will run through to 2027, and will also include 14 new films made exclusively for streaming service Paramount+.

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Beginning this year, there are due to be two movies released annually, meaning we won't have to wait around too long before we're able to get our next fix each time.

Meanwhile, the flagship South Park series has also been renewed up to season 30 - with the 25th set to air sometime in 2022.

And that's still not it for Parker and Stone, as Chris McCarthy, President of MTV Entertainment Studios, has announced the company is working with them on some new original content.

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Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, South Park

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