NETFLIX has managed to sign a deal with controversial cartoon series South Park.
The animated show, know for its biting satire, crude sense of humour and foul language, is Marmite among audiences.
With such a massive fan base, Netflix are no doubt thrilled to have got their hands on the boundary-pushing franchise.
Taking to Twitter to announce the news, the company wrote: “Oh my God, they killed Kenny and put South Park on Netflix.
“Coming to the UK/IE on 27 Sep: Season 1, Seasons 18-21.
“A collection of top episodes, which includes critically acclaimed episodes, fan favourites, and other chosen by the creators.”
They concluded: “We’ll give you more details about the top episodes closer to the time, but there’s plenty.”
The somewhat patchy amount of content was quickly dived on by fans, who took to social media to air their frustration.
“Why do you do that, put half the seasons of stuff one? Either put the lot on or don’t bother,” one user fumed.
“So no seasons 2 to 17?” a second chimed in, alongside a string of confused emojis.
“Why not all of them?” a third echoed, prompting Netflix to reply in the comments section.
“Content licensing is a strange and wonderful world,” they quipped.
Other fired back with messages too expletive to print, but suffice to say there was a whole lot of anger.