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Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil is an animated comedy TV series, airing late night for mature audiences, and is about the life of a woman named Lucy, who is set to take over as the Antichrist after being given the position by her father, the Devil. The show ran into some snags along the way and was delayed for 2 years in 2005 before being released as a full series.

Lucy, being hesitant about becoming the Antichrist, meets a DJ at a club, who turns out to be the second coming of Christ, and they begin dating, much to her father's objections towards the relationship, as it interferes in his plans for her to become the Antichrist.

The Devil constantly tries to take over the world, and Lucy must constantly find ways to avoid a clergy of two priests and a nun who are out to destroy her and save the world.

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Adult Swim
1 Season, 11 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
Adult Cartoon, Animation & Cartoons
8.4/10
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Lucy, The Daughter of the Devil Full Episode Guide

  • San Fransisco is being attacked nightly by a monster, crossing the Golden Gate Bridge. Satan, DJ Jesus, Senator Whitehead and even the Pope are strangely compelled to assist in the confrontations with the beast.

  • It's off to an old abandoned Catholic boarding school for DJ Jesus, so he can work on his re-mix in peace. But little does he know that it was the site of a grisly murder 30 years earlier. Soon the school is filled with school girl ghosts along with an irritating disco tune.

  • The Dreamster Sound Effects Machine was designed to help you fall asleep naturally and deeply. Warning: side effects may include drowsiness, nightmares and psychotic episodes. If you die in your dreams, you will die for real.

  • Vampire choir and alter boys are preying on priests throughout the city. The Archbishop of San Fransisco asks the Special Fathers for help while the Special Sisters get a crash course in vampire hunting. But will she be ready for the terrifying and unholy Vampire Communion?

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