Beavis & Butt-Head are coming back to MTV in a big way. It’s hard to explain just how amazing Mike Judge’s animated duo were back in the 90s, how much they meant to disaffected teenagers who used to watch the channel for actual music videos. Simply put, Beavis & Butthead ruled. Good news, they still do.
Fans of Beavis & Butt-Head crowded into a packed meeting room Thursday at Comic-Con International for a first look at the upcoming return of the 1990s animated series to MTV. Jackass star Johnny Knoxville led a discussion with creator Mike Judge, who was on hand to answer questions, tell stories and drink a few beers.
He said that with their return this fall, Beavis and Butt-Head will again be critiquing music videos, a staple of the 1990s series, as well as Jersey Shore. “It felt kind of like pay dirt to me,” he said, noting he never felt “good” after watching the hit MTV reality series, making it a perfect fit for Beavis & Butt-Head.
Watch Beavis and Butthead Coverage and Panel Online:
Video 6A43932CB946D550" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" width="600" height="360">
Beavis and Butt-Head made their return to television this summer and while I admit, I had some reservations about the series’ revival, after viewing the footage shown at Comic-Con today, I’m not only relieved to see that these two animated teens are exactly as they were in the ‘90’s, but I may even suggest that the revival of this series could be better than the original. If it is, we have MTV to thank, in more ways than one.
Over all, the panel left me feeling excited for the series return. Not only does the show have me feeling nostalgic for the earlier episodes, but it’s also going to be great to see Beavis and Butt-Head share their opinions on current television.
Incoming search terms:
- watch beavis and butthead 2011
- beavis and butthead 2011 free streaming
- beavis and butthead 2011 stream
- beavis and butthead 2011 streaming
- stream beavis and butthead 2011