PILOT: HELLFIRE AND DAMNATION
JoBeth finds it impossible to live as a woman on planet earth, so she breaks all the rules and changes her world.
EPISODE 2: DANCING WITH THE DEVIL
JoBeth delivers a chilling church sermon on women’s rights and forces the men into a firing squad line up at gunpoint.
EPISODE 3: CAN’T KILL A MAN TWICE
JoBeth finds Hellfire sticking it to their horny teenage daughter and spirals into crazy revenge. Hellfire chooses to die rather than live without his family jewels.
EPISODE 4: JAYDEEN SUCKS SYLACOOZA
Crimson’s pissed when Lucifer raises Hellfire from the dead. JoBeth creates a suffragette retreat, drinks Ballshine and grows a mustache. The Brood grow up in one day. Jaydeen whirls through Sylacooza like a blackmailing sex tornado.
EPISODE 5: LETTERS FROM HOME
Justice finds instant fame in the Army as the Dandy with the Dancing Dick. Lucifer and Hellfire spy on a pregnant Myrna-Mae. Jaydeen barters a blow job for Dugan’s scholarship to Auburn.
EPISODE 6: NEVER LET A CRISIS GO TO WASTE
Justice’s Orgasmic Biscuits earn him a bodyguard. Jaydeen annihilates a vengeful gang-rape. Betty Jean arrives barefoot and burned, leading Sylacooza women. Crimson watches the camaraderie enviously.
EPISODE 7: SOME ENCHANTED EVENING
Justice rescues General Eisenhower from assassins, is promoted to Captain, and transfers to the new Officer’s Club near Paris. Sonnyboy sets off the Blitz of London.
EPISODE 8: GOD’S JUSTICE, INC.
Justice partners with Frère Jacques, the head of the Black Market. Myrna-Mae and JoBeth plan Jaydeen’s wedding to a billionaire. Dugan steals Jaydeen’s blackmail loot and burns down the Homestead.
1900 - 1930s
Season One ends as JoBeth flies to Paris in answer to a prophecy that a half-man half-woman will destroy Hitler. Crimson the succubus, follows her. Future seasons unfold by the decades, like Forrest Gump with Magic...
1940s - 1950s
The brood navigates the 20th century by taking more than they give. Outside, they look full grown. Inside, they’re still children. Lucifer whips up deadly “pranks” like JuneBug’s affair with Bugsy Siegel, and Hitler’s downfall. The Brood add twisted branches to the family tree.
"Here's to the misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. May we live forever."
This is not a show about exemplary people with high morals and ethics. This is a cautionary tale about human greed, our own secret sins, and things that spin dark and disturbing spiderwebs at the backs of our obsessive brains.
Hellfire’s Brimstone Brood are not innately noble creatures. Far from it. The Brood are deeply distorted children in adult bodies. One is good, two are bad, and three are very bad. Arrogant, obstinate opportunists, they are always looking for an easy way out, yet most of their choices result in mind-boggling ruin.
Still… it is from their flaws that challenges spring and triumphs grow. Over the life of the series, our multi-dimensional villains become living, breathing beings—with all the emotional complexity and contradictions, the same dreams and desires, the same passions and pitfalls—as real people with real concerns.