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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Beavis and Butt-Head get a reboot in 2021

As Comedy Central announced in June 2020, Beavis and Butt-Head, world's famous slacker teens taking the world by storm in 1993 are getting a reboot. Comedy Central ordered two seasons from series' creator Mike Judge in collaboration with 3 Arts Entertainment. This includes the possibility of spin offs and specials.

Judge will, as in the original series from 1993, the movie Beavis and Butt-Head do America and season 8 from 2011. The original series went on air 1993 on Viacom's cable network MTV. The series features two teen friends commenting on youth and adolescence while watching contemporary music videos on MTV, and proved to be a cultural phenomenon which spurred strong positive and negative critics, but was an instant hit with MTV viewers, catapulting Mike Judge into stardom.

The reboot marks the return to cartoons for Judge, who previously created the live action series Silicon Valley. He is also well known for his long running animated series King Of The Hill (1997-2010) and the live action series Office Space and the movie Idiocrazy. The reboot is the second time Beavis and Butt-Head return to television. The reboot airs in summer 2021.

Thursday, January 7, 2021

Fizz cable internet provider in Canada

Wireless carrier Videotron launched the low budget Fizz brand 2018 for its customers in the province of Quebec in Canada. Fizz offers wireless phone services and internet access for customers in Qubec and Ontario. Fizz started operating LTE services in the same year with a download speed up to 150 Mbps. Fizz also offers a low price cable internet service, using Videotron's infrastructure. No DSL-service is available. If there is o coax cable laid inside the building the technician will bring the cable in from the outside with no cost (AKA free) for the customer.

Fizz is a low cost cellular and internet service provider, a competitor to Fido, owned by Rogers, and Koodo, ran by Telus' counterpart.

Aimed at customers from 18 to 35 year old, the Fizz brand allows to bring over unused data into the following month or forward it to friends; a feature to likely becoming a hit with users. Fizz is fully digital, but has no call center, a cost reduction reflected in the low prices. Customer service is available though per online chat, either directly on their web page or with popular chat messengers of Facebook or Twitter.

Besides cell phone service the company offers high speed residential internet services backed by Videotron. Fizz internet plans start with 10 Mbit/s for 35$ plus tax (that is shy over 40$ including tax!) a month to up to 200 Mbit/s for merely 70$. All plans include unlimited bandwith for downloads and uploads. The modem rent is included in all plans. The customer can choose between self-installation, where a Videotron technician comes and just makes sure the cable is working, and the VIP-installation, where he also connects your wireless devices, such as Android and Apple (iOS) smartphones, tablets and desktop or laptop computers. For the VIP installation a fee of 35$ is added to the first payment.

include unlimited call and text messaging.

Want one of the cheapest and most competetive hight speed internet services in Canada or a reliable cellular service backed by Videotron and on top of that earn 50$ by just signing up? If the previous link does not work be sure to include T3FDM as your Fizz referral code to not miss a bonus of 50 bucks! It's entered right before sending the order to Fizz. The 50$ will be reducted from the third month.