As part of its new content schedule for the summer, Pluto TV is adding old episodes of South Park that can be streamed for free in America. The content refresh will start on July 14, adding 40 shows from CBS and Comedy Central’s library.
One of an increasing number of streaming services offering free content, Pluto TV will be debuting “select episodes from Seasons 1-10” of Comedy Central’s South Park–an early part of the show’s run from its beginning in 1997 to late 2006. Pluto TV hasn’t yet revealed a date or which episodes will be showing.
South Park was just added in full to HBO Max, WarnerMedia’s paid subscription streaming service, minus a number of episodes that were removed for their depiction of the Prophet Muhammad.
A number of other shows will be added to Pluto TV’s roster through the end of July including Star Trek: The Next Generation, reality shows like Survivor and The Amazing Race, and classics like MacGuyver.
Pluto TV offers both live TV and on-demand TV shows and films, supported by ads instead of a user-paid subscription fee. It’s available to watch in browser, or through an app that’s compatible with most streaming devices and smart TVs.