Beavis and Butthead

COMEDY CENTRAL – Monday 3 December, 9.05pm (Double Episodes)

Comedy Central fans now have the chance to see the latest season of this iconic animation series starring a couple of lunkheads that unwittingly started an animated pop culture revolution. Anything but politically correct, Beavis and Butthead are unleashed upon everything from music videos, to Jersey Shore, viral videos and more!

MTV – Thursday 19 April, 10pm

In 1993, Mike Judge and MTV knocked their heads together and launched a cartoon series starring a couple of lunkheads and unwittingly started an animated pop culture revolution! Beginning April 19, Beavis and Butthead are coming back to MTV to unleash upon music videos, Jersey Shore, viral videos and more! Deliberately unintelligent and crude, Beavis and Butt-Head revolves around the high-schoolers’ discussions about TV, heavy-metal music, nachos and trying to “score” with chicks.

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