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A family reunion in ‘Hell Den’ season 2 premiere sneak peek

The Uber-Apocalyptic animated sketch show returns for a new season.

The Webby Award nominated, Hell Den, is returning. This time it is part of Syfy’s TZGZ late night adult animated block. The season two premiere, entitled “My Sister, The Demon”, will air Saturday night at midnight.

In the episode, Andrew is reunited with his sister returns but she looks a little bit different. Maria Bamford guest stars as Stephanie. You can watch a sneak peek below.

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Hell Den takes place after an Uber-Apocalypse where 12-year-old Andrew is the only survivor. Using the last TV and VCR on Earth, he spends his time watching weird cartoons and movies in his home with a motley assortment of apocalyptic creatures. The show combines original animation with old live-action and animated clips that are redubbed by the Dr. God Troupe for a fresh new take on sketch comedy.

The Dr. God Troupe serve as creators and write and star in the series. It is produced by Shout! Studios and Rafael Raffaele Entertainment.

Watch Hell Den every Saturday nights at Midnight on Syfy.


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