Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny and the rest of the "South Park" gang are heading to Hulu.

The site has signed a deal to be the exclusive streaming home for every episode, every curse word, every Kanye West appearance and every death of Kenny on Comedy Central’s long-running animated hit.

In addition to the hundreds of old classic episodes, fans will be able to view new episodes on Hulu Plus the day after they air. Season 18 premieres September 24 on Comedy Central, 

Hulu made the announcement at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in L.A. earlier today.

"South Park" was created by Matt Parker and Trey Stone in 1997, and has gone on to air 244 episodes over 17 seasons.

Don't have a Hulu Plus account? Well, then you have until September to watch all 244 episodes for free on regular ol' Hulu.

Meanwhile, SouthPark.cc.com will continue to stream "South Park" until the beginning of season 18, then that site and Hulu will have a revolving selection of free episodes available.

"'South Park' has revolutionized TV and pushed boundaries with unparalleled topicality and daring humor," said Hulu's Craig Erwich in a press release. "‘South Park’ has been one of the top ten most popular shows of all time on the platform. We’re thrilled to offer the series to fans in its entirety.”

"This is a natural partnership for us,” added Parker and Stone. "We are excited that the entire library will be available on Hulu and that the best technology around will power South Park Digital Studios.”

What's your all-time favorite "South Park" episode?