• "South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker

"South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker (Photo : Reuters/Fred Prouser)

UPDATE: Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick are set to come back on "South Park" season 19 premiere on Sept. 16.  

Comedy Central will air its hit adult animated sitcom "South Park" season 19 episode 1 on Sept. 23, a countdown posted on Time And Date claims.

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The same date is claimed by a moderator in a "South Park" forum. In the forum, one fan posted that season 19 will air on Sept. 30. However, moderator Big-Will disagreed saying, "It will begin on the 23rd, not the 30th" and explained that "South Park" takes "two breaks each season now, after 4th and 8th episodes, and the second break being the day before Thanksgiving."

The moderator calculated Sept. 23 as the "South Park" season 19 episode 1 release date considering that this year, the first break is on Oct. 1, which is five weeks before the season premiere, the second break is on Nov. 25 and Thanksgiving is on Nov. 26.

If the countdown and the moderator are right, then "South Park" fans have less than 23 weeks to wait for the season 19 premiere.

Since "South Park" season 18 episode 18 titled "#HappyHolograms," which aired on Dec. 10, 2014, neither Trey Parker nor Matt Stone has spoken about the release date of the upcoming season 19.

Meanwhile, the "South Park" creators' musical "The Book Of Mormon," which they co-created with "Let It Go" composer Robert Lopez, is set to return to Indianapolis for a limited engagement in April 2016, according to Wish-TV.   

In 2011, "The Book Of Mormon" won nine awards from Tony Award, including Best Musical. Parker, Stone and Lopez won Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score  while Parker won Best Direction of a Musical with Casey Nicholaw.