Beavis and Butt-Head, two of the most notorious animated headbangers of the 1990s, return in another Paramount + feature film.

Two of the most notorious teenage bums of the 90s return in another feature film, in the style of the 21st century. Welcome back, Beavis and Butt-Head.

“Beavis and Butt-Head are making a feature film for Paramount +”, tweeted Comedy Central Wednesday, adding, “Huh-huh, we said ‘full length.’

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An accompanying promo video shows the headbangers sitting on the couch, not looking at their usual series of heavy metal music videos, but at a camera trying to ease the frequent challenges of a modern Zoom gathering. “So we’re making a movie,” Butt-Head announces. “And it will be on Paramount +,” adds Beavis.

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“You said ‘ride'”, laughs characteristically Butt-Head.

Yes, filthy-minded teens are back as part of Paramount +’s upcoming streaming service. The service includes the already launched CBS All Access, as well as cable television mainstays Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, BET and MTV, among other channels.

Created by Mike Judge, the lowbrow Beavis and Butthead It first aired in 1992 on MTV’s animated show Liquid Television, before being picked up as an ongoing series by the network the following year. The series featured the duo getting into their own kind of vulgar trouble between praise or lashing out at various music videos. The show was a hit for MTV, airing more than 200 episodes over the course of four years and seven seasons.

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In 1996, Judge’s first feature film featuring the characters, Beavis and Butt-Head make America, released in theaters. The franchise remained dormant until 2011, when MTV resurrected the series for an eighth and final season.

Beavis and Butt-Head, along with Patrick Stewart and several other stars from various shows scheduled to air on Paramount +, appeared in a series of Super Bowl ads promoting the new service.

No other details were given about the new film. Paramount + launches Thursday March 4, aha.

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