Animated TV Comedies:
Mike Judge was creator and executive producer of the irreverent cable series Beavis and Butt-Head, which premiered on MTV in 1993. He provided the voices for Beavis, Butt-Head and the additional male characters. He also wrote and performed the theme music for the series. He wrote and directed the feature film Beavis and Butt-Head Do America in 1996.
King of the Hill premiered on Fox as a mid-season series on January 12, 1997. The last episode aired September 13, 2009.
Mike Judge also created short-lived The Goode Family, which premiered on ABC May 27, 2009 and was quickly cancelled.
In 1998, Mike Judge made his live-action directorial debut with the film Office Space, which he also wrote.
In 2007 Judge completed the live action sci-fi feature Idiocracy, about a military man who goes into a hibernation experiment and awakes 500 years later to discover an unhealthy, dumbed down America.
Mike Judge also wrote and directed Extract, which was released in 2009, about a man trying to find solutions to problems in his marriage and his factory.
Animated Short Film Festival:
In 2003, Mike Judge helped launch The Animation Show, "making it the first festival of animation created and produced with actual animators at the helm," as their website says. Essentially, it's a traveling animated short film festival, showcasing independent animated filmmakers.
Mike Judge's own animated shorts include Office Space, from which blossomed the live-action film, as well as huh? and The Honkey Problem.