Beavis and Butt-Head is an animated television series that originally aired on MTV from 1993 to 1997. Created by Mike Judge, the show follows the adventures of two teenage boys, Beavis and Butt-Head, who live in the fictional town of Highland, Texas.
The show is known for its crude humor, satirical social commentary, and use of heavy metal music. Each episode features Beavis and Butt-Head engaging in various activities, such as watching music videos, trying to score with girls, and causing mischief around town.
Beavis is depicted as a dim-witted and socially inept character, while Butt-Head is slightly more intelligent but equally lacking in social skills. The two characters often engage in dangerous or inappropriate behavior, and their antics frequently land them in trouble.
The show has been both praised and criticized for its portrayal of youth culture and its impact on teenagers. Some critics have accused the show of promoting violence and anti-social behavior, while others have praised its satire and commentary on modern society.
Beavis and Butt-Head was later revived for a short-lived run in 2011, and several spin-off projects have been announced in recent years, including a new series for Comedy Central. Despite its controversial nature, the show has become a cult classic and has had a significant influence on popular culture.