Kenny's going to die a lot more: 30 additional episodes of "South Park" are on their way -- at the rate of 10 per year for the next three years -- according to the show's creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. At a news conference Monday to announce their new multi-million dollar deal with Comedy Central, they also disclosed that they are developing a new, live-action show for the network which Stone said "will be completely 180 degrees from 'South Park.' " One hint was that it would probably be a political satire about the changing of the guard in the White House. As for the business deal for Parker and Stone, Comedy Central reportedly has increased their profit participation in "South Park," which is expected to go into syndication in 2002.
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