Parents' Guide to

Little Demon

By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Dysfunctional family series is profane, violent, sweet.

TV FXX Comedy 2022
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Community Reviews

age 16+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 16+

The most important about the show is family

This show is awesome funny and inspiring and laughable me and my cousin my brother we love it so much exciting when season 2 going to come out
2 people found this helpful.
age 16+

It is awesome little demon

This show little demon is awesome And cool and excited for season 2 Keep on the good work

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (3 ):

As a decidedly un-typical teen and her otherworldly Prince of Darkness dad, voice actors Lucy and Danny DeVito inject extra charm into this animated adventure. The setup is solid too, with Chrissy battling demons on a number of levels both symbolic and real: puberty and the ordinary travails of high school life, plus a brewing supernatural battle between good and evil that turns on her joining either her dad's force of evil or the regular humans personified by her mom.

It's a lot for a teen girl to handle. Fittingly, Chrissy sometimes enjoys her powers, dispatching bullies with a flick of her wrist and spicing up a birthday party with fire and rampaging demons. Other times, like when she's dealing with the fallout of her unusual co-parenting arrangement (she's willing to spend every other weekend in hell with her dad), she's enraged by the responsibility thrust upon her due to her half-Antichrist heritage. Make no mistake, Little Demon is profane and very violent; despite the troubled-family premise, it's not for family viewing. But with gags that are more clever than you'd expect, and strong actors in both the lead and secondary roles, this animated romp is one to watch out for.

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