6 Days to Air: The Making of South Park is a 2011 television documentary film directed by Arthur Bradford that details the production process of the American adult animated sitcom South Park. The film follows the show's hectic, rushed six-day production schedule, in which a 22-minute episode is completed just hours before its original air date.
The film premiered on October 9, 2011 on Comedy Central, and received positive reviews from critics. The documentary was nominated for an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Nonfiction Special category.
Pendant trois mois, Arthur Bradford a pu suivre les créateurs de Southpark, Trey Parker et Matt Stone. Le résultat de cette enquête, Six days to air.