South Park
Daily popularity charts for South Park. Goodviews aggregates millions of public data points including search trends, social media activity, downloads, and more to create daily charts showing the popularity of South Park and hundreds of other TV Shows online.
Chart History
Overall #43
Hulu #14
Comedy Central #2
Comedy #13
Animation #5
South Park in Top TV Overall
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