They will join previously announced inductees Thomas Haden Church, Jayne Mansfield and the film "Urban Cowboy." Mansfield's award will be accepted by her daughter, actress Mariska Hargitay. The award for the movie will be accepted by one of its stars, Debra Winger, the society said.
Judge, who lives in Austin, is the voice of the main character on "King of the Hill," Hank Hill. His other projects include "Beavis and Butt-Head" and "Office Space."
Fairchild, a Dallas native, is known for her numerous film and TV roles, including "Falcon Crest."
Dan Rather, born and raised in Houston, will be master of ceremonies for the event.
Previous inductees include Dennis Quaid, Marcia Gay Harden, Forest Whitaker, Sissy Spacek and Owen Wilson.
The Texas Film Hall of Fame, located at Austin Film Society's Austin Studios, recognizes actors, directors, screenwriters, musicians, filmmakers and films from, influenced or inspired by the Lone Star State.