Letter 
Walt Disney Company

Disney's "Little Demon" Series

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Letter 

The Walt Disney Company has crossed yet another line in their latest animated sitcom series, Little Demon. This troubling show on FX features demonic content and exposes children to terrible imagery. According to Deadline, a Hollywood online news source, “Among other shenanigans, the comedy … shows Laura [the mother] nude with no pixelation. She strips down in the first episode to perform a ritual, while there are multiple instances of nudity throughout the series.” Series creator Seth Kirschner told reporters, “We are going to keep going for it until we are told no.”


One Million Moms said that "Disney is introducing viewers, including children who might stumble across this series, to a world of demons, witches, and sorcery. Along with the demonic content of this series, the minds of younger viewers will also be inundated with secular worldviews that reflect the current culture."

Disney describes the storyline as follows: “Thirteen years after being impregnated by Satan, a reluctant mother and her Antichrist daughter attempt to live an ordinary life.” It is evident that Disney is trying “to portray witchcraft as a positive tool to fight evil.” The first episode is more than enough for most Christian families to realize that Little Demon is an extremely dangerous series. Titled “First Blood,” this initial episode of the premiere season is currently streaming.