‘Thirteen years after being impregnated by Satan, a reluctant mother, Laura, and her Antichrist daughter, Chrissy, attempt to live an ordinary life in Delaware but are constantly thwarted by monstrous forces, including Satan, who yearns for custody of his daughter’s soul,’ the show’s synopsis reads.
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Disney launched a new adult TV series on August 25 titled “Little Demon” that chronicles the story of Satan’s daughter, normalizing explicit sexual references and the presence of the devil in society.
“Thirteen years after being impregnated by Satan, a reluctant mother, Laura, and her Antichrist daughter, Chrissy, attempt to live an ordinary life in Delaware but are constantly thwarted by monstrous forces, including Satan, who yearns for custody of his daughter’s soul,” the show’s synopsis reads.
In the official trailer for the first season, Chrissy (the “Antichrist”) is shown entering her junior high school, where there is a byline below the school’s name that reads, “We aren’t racist anymore.”
After realizing that his child is a girl instead of a boy as he had assumed, Satan declares that “the future is female.” The trailer also portrays the teenager receiving affirmation for insulting her mother, a character who draws a mocking parallel between the Bible and the media, and a woman dressed in a “trans binder.”
Although a cartoon, “Little Demon” includes R-rated language, and some previews found on IMDB (Internet Movie Database) require viewers to enter a birthdate to access “age restricted videos.”
The series has been met with various reviews ranging from complete horror at the portrayal of evil to ignoring the obvious messages being sent in the story.
“ABSOLUTELY HORRENDOUS!!!” one viewer wrote. “The producers and everyone involved in this production needs to repent of making this show and turn to Jesus Christ!!! The absolute wickedness that our culture is turning to in allowing and trying to believe that anything demonic and satanic is ‘safe’ or ‘not that big of a deal’.”
“Look past the shock factor and literal meaning of it all and what you’re left with is a refreshingly healthy perspective on coping with life’s ups and downs,” another review reads. “This show packs a surprisingly hidden boost to the Gospel itself, cleverly disguised as a story of the devil building a relationship with his estranged 13-year-old half-human daughter.”
“I couldn’t get to the remote fast enough to shield my 11-year-old from the preview,” he wrote. “I wonder how many other children were exposed to it.”
The congressman also quoted Aubrey Plaza, who voices the character Laura, when she said, “I love that we are normalizing paganism” in an interview with the show’s cast and creators.