Disney-Owned FXX Network to Air “Little Demon” Series About 13-Year-Old Antichrist


The Walt Disney Company has taken several major steps over the last year that have alienated much of its customer base with divisive, un-family-friendly moves, from taking a decided stance against a Florida bill aimed at empowering parents to vowing to incorporate more LGBT characters and storylines into children’s media.

Now, the FXX Network, which is controlled by Disney, is premiering the animated series “Little Demon,” which centers around a 13-year-old antichrist.

“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 description reads.

Republican Congressman Mike Johnson (LA) drew attention to the horrific series in a Facebook post, warning parents to be very careful what their children watch and what we consider normal.

“I could write volumes this morning, and unpack pages of Bible verses here, but instead I’m just going to state the obvious: Please be careful. Our job as parents is to guard the hearts and minds of our kids. This culture has become alarmingly dark and desensitized and this is not a game. Disney and FX have decided to embrace and market what is clearly evil. STAY FAR FROM IT,” he noted.

While the series is for adults, such shows have long raised concerns that children and parents alike will assume that because it is animated, it is child friendly.

And either way, a show that so blatantly glorifies evil ought to raise more than a few eyebrows.

“I … can’t believe that this show exists,” Pastor Mike Signorelli told Faithwire. “I think if we could go back 30 years … everybody would universally be shocked and appalled.”

He also noted that “We all know that children want to watch what they’re not supposed to watch.”

According to clips shared on social media, the show contains a good deal of graphic content:

“What happens is, things incrementally change year over year to where you can accept what you would have never accepted in a previous generation,” he explained. “As a Christian, I believe that the enemy is after our children. We wrestle not against flesh and blood but principalities powers and rulers in high places.”

Those involved with the series appear to embrace its normalization of darkness.

“I love that we are normalizing paganism,” Audrey Plaza, who voices the main character, Laura, said about the series this summer. “Laura is a pagan. She’s a witch. She’s jacked.”

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