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Terry & Deaner are back to GIVER more in the new TV series being launched on Viceland in FUBAR AGE OF COMPUTER

Check out the trailer here. The trouble making Canadian pot smoking, rock revelling, danger drinking duo are hitting TV screens in a brand new series and it looks as promising as ever!

Published 02 OCT 2017 14:23PM




Watch Terry Cahill on BT Calgary explain FUBAR is the same show even if it's on a different channel...Amazing!

The FUBAR movies were a cult hit amongst beer drinking rockers all over the world & quickly became iconic films. Following the story of two best friends, Terry Cahill & Dean Murdoch, struggle to achieve basic life goals stuck in dead end jobs and a dead end musical career.


They spend most of their time drinking, partying, shotgunning beers and trashing public property whilst trying to rope their old friend ‘Tron’ back into the party scene.

Viceland have announced they’ll be launching a brand new TV series, FUBAR: AGE OF COMPUTER on 3rd November and it looks just as classic as the films.

FUBAR: AGE OF COMPUTER Watch on www.viceland.com

Check out the trailer for the first FUBAR MOVIE & FUBAR: AGE OF COMPUTER

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