It's been a while since our favorite slacker pair sat on their couch and ripped MTV music videos apart for a half-hour every week on their self-titled show Beavis and Butt-Head. Of course, we were also lucky enough to get a feature film in order to bridge the gap but even that film came out 15 years ago. Yes, it's been 15 years since Mike Judge last worked with the two characters that made him the successful filmmaker he is today. Here he sits down to talk about them.
Beavis and Butt-Head make their return to television this summer and while I admit, I had some reservations about the seriesí revival, after viewing the footage shown at Comic-Con today, Iím not only relieved to see that these two animated teens are exactly as they were in the Ď90ís, 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.
Next Sunday, Fox will air the special one-hour series finale of King of the Hill. Weíve got a video promo for the final episode along with some cast interview clips to share with fans who are both excited and sad to see the animated comedy series come to a close.
After 13 seasons, King of the Hill is coming to an end. Fox announced some details about the last episode of the popular animated comedy series, which will air on Sunday, September 13th (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
In case youíre wondering what kind of Motherís Day programming will be available come Sunday night, Fox has got the Mom-thing all lined up for you with their animated comedy line-up.
As of right now, ABC may just be King of the Hillís only hope of being renewed. While the fate of the series still hangs in the balance, the fate of Kingís reruns has been decided. Adult Swim is making room in their expanding lineup for the animated series.
Fox might be done with King of the Hill but the series may still have a chance at survival if another network were interested in picking it up. It seems thereís a chance that might be happening. Word around the internet is that ABC has expressed an interest in the series.
Looks like itís the end of the line for the Fox animated comedy series King of the Hill. While Fox did choose to pick the series up for an additional thirteen episodes, which are currently wrapping production, the network has opted not to continue the series any further than that.
Fallís not that far away and as the summer shows are beginning to wrap up, Iíve been finding myself wondering when to expect some of my favorite shows to return from the summer hiatus. So I figure nowís as good a time as any to get started on the big premiere schedule. Weíll be posting previews for all of the new and returning shows this season and as always, the schedule is a work in progress.
Between their fall schedule, which includes the new J.J. Abrams series, Fringe and their midseason line-up, which not only includes the return of 24 (oh, Jack Bauer, how weíve missed you!) but also the new Joss Whedon series, Dollhouse, the futureís looking bright for Fox.
Thirteen is not always a lucky number, and generally most people avoid it. For TV shows, maybe it isnít so unlucky. Fox just revealed to the world that they are renewing the super funny King of the Hill for itís 13th season with an order for 13 episodes.