A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The series satirizes contemporary media's focus on horror figures like vampires and zombies. Violence is exaggerated and treated comically.
Positive Role Models
Captain Dashell and his team are committed to protecting people from the undead and don't hesitate to violently eliminate them.
Violence & Scariness
Lots of fantasy blood and gore. Officers kick, punch, stab, club, and shoot the undead. Some of the physical fights are comical, while others are quite vicious. Vomiting is visible.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Strong sexual references relating to genitalia and virginity; references to "p---y," "t-ts," and "balls." People are shown in skimpy underwear and in various stages of undress. Occasional photos containing nudity are blurred. Vampire prostitution (a.k.a. "sex for blood") is a common theme; suspects are often caught participating in various sex acts.
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Words like "ass," "pissed," and "damn" are audible; curses like "f--k" and "s--t" are bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
Songs from bands like Lights On and The Willowz are featured every week. References to popular shows like Glee.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this MTV comedy-horror series features lots of shooting, stabbing, clubbing, etc., accompanied by plenty of blood and gore. While most of it is fantasy violence, more sensitive (or squeamish) viewers will find it hard to watch. The language is pretty salty ("bitch" and "p---y" are audible, while "f--k" and "s--t" are bleeped), and characters frequently make strong sexual comments (like crude references to genitalia and talk about an officer's virginity).
Is It Any Good?
This series dresses up its simple (and somewhat silly) plot line with slapstick humor and lots of blood and gore. It also pokes fun at reality law-enforcement shows like COPS by featuring scenes that look and feel like the real-life police chases and drive-alongs featured in these programs, but with a comic twist.
It's pretty funny, but it also has lots of violent moments, many of which include the use of guns, clubs, and other weapons. Severed body parts and other gruesome details are also standard fare. This, combined with some sexually explicit content and salty language, makes it a show best left for older teens.
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