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This live-action comedy series shows that corporate life in Hell really isn't much different from what it is on Earth, with everyone trying to get promotions. Associate demon Gary is looking to climb up the corporate ladder of the underworld. To do so, he tries to capture souls on Earth. Along the way, Gary tries to help spread love for his boss by doing things like helping a high-school drama class make a musical that glorifies Satan and trying to convince a pro ballplayer to thank the Devil after every bunt single. The show was created by "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" writers Dave Willis and Casper Kelly.

Latest episodes

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When hell runs out of ball clamps, Satan sends his best men to get more.
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When Gary and Troy go to Vegas to steal some souls, they learn one actually can have too much of a good thing.
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When Gary gets kidnapped by a ghost-hunting show, he must choose between fame and friendship.
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Satan finds his new calling, dropping truth bombs on real Americans.
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An outdated rule, a basket of law rocks and Gary stand between a devout barbeque purveyor and eternal damnation.
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Gary and his brain trust bring radical changes to old-fashioned soul collecting.
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A charismatic new leader comes to hell; Gary gets shoehorned into an ancient prophecy.
aired 3 days ago
Satan taps into the youth market with a hot, new board game.
aired 8 days ago
When renegotiations with the union stall, Satan makes some new additions to the Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
aired 8 days ago
Gary learns how to flip his twists to screw turkeys.
aired 9 days ago
When the soul intake line gets clogged, Gary and Claude need to go out and find the source of the problem.
aired 9 days ago
When Dustin Diamond turns up dead, Satan decides starring in a cheesy sitcom for all eternity will be his torture.
aired 10 days ago
Satan sends Gary and Claude out to find out why there has been a drop in incoming souls from Dr. Paul Nickgibbion's assisted suicide program.
aired 10 days ago
Things get steamy, a little acidic and swollen when Satan introduces women into the workplace.
aired 14 days ago
The demons are in a bind during Golden Fiddle Week, and they are willing to negotiate the terms of an exchange.
aired 14 days ago
When Troy loses Satan's trust, Eddie gets the chance to prove he has what it takes to become a demon.
aired 15 days ago
When Satan becomes displeased with current tortures, he brings in an outside consultant.
aired 15 days ago
Ted is filled with new purpose after attending a roast in his honor.
aired 16 days ago
Gary is told to cut a magical visitor from another planet into pieces.
aired 16 days ago
After Satan impregnates Gary, Gary gives birth to an abomination.
aired 17 days ago
Satan meets with mysterious co-workers in the fringes of Hell.

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