The foul mouthed Colorado kids from South Park that everybody loves are back for a 23rd season.

The first night the first episode ran it was a trending topic on twitter which wasn’t surprising of course, but the reviews from critics and users alike were that this may be the best and funniest season yet.

So you want to see this of course, but you cut the cord and don’t want to signup to another 2 years of the Arm and a Leg package from the local cable co. What do you do?

First you can buy it on streaming apps like VUDU, iTunes, and Amazon for a season price of around $25.

But you can watch it for free with a few other cable alternatives. The easiest is Hulu. For $5.99 to $44.99 per month they offer all sorts of content, including every season of South Park.

Fubo TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, and Philo are all platforms that carry South Park on Comedy Central LIVE. Philo is $20/mo and the others vary based upon how many channels you actually want. They all cost WAY less than cable.