Netflix has been a go-to in recent months as families spend much more time at home.
But parents need to know that even “kid-friendly” content on the platform can contain dangerous messages.
And their latest kids’ show is in no way appropriate for children!
The new series, DeadEndia, is being marketed as a “quirky, spooky and hilarious” story for children. However, based on the trailers, it’s going to be downright dangerous for kids to watch.
Based on a series of graphic novels written by Hamish Steele, the show will follow a questionable cast of characters and “teach” kids about life.
“The graphic novels have been lauded for capturing the growing pain of early adulthood of characters with a wide variety of identities and experiences including Barney, a transgender teen, and neurodiverse Norma,” said Netflix.
Helping kids understand the viewpoints and experiences of others is a laudable goal, but the way Netflix will go about it in DeadEndia will do more evil than good.
By watching this show, kids will learn about the occult, demonic influences, and graphic sexuality.
The story takes place in a haunted theme park, according to creator Steele, and features demons, ghosts, wizards, and other evil creatures alongside unquestionably adult themes.
“Together with their guide to the underworld multiplane, a sardonic thousand-year-old demon named Courtney, [the characters will] face zombie mascots, demonic game show hosts, [and] sleep-sucking witches!” Netflix said.
Does that sound like an appropriate show for children and teens? Hardly!
Even worse, Netflix recently released a trailer for the show which included a graphic reference to a popular pornography website as an opening joke.
The characters in the show laughed off the idea of pornography, demonstrating a callous disregard for morality.
This means that, among other things, young and impressionable children will watch DeadEndia, and by imitating their favorite characters, learn how to access pornography on the internet!
Netflix and Steele don’t seem concerned about this, however. They’re too busy touting the “diversity” of the show and its “importance” for modern families.
“DeadEndia is about terrifying demons, vengeful ghosts and mysterious magic,” Steele added, explaining that children will be attracted to these themes and stay for the “lessons” about diversity.
“[The show is] about coming of age in a world that wasn’t made for you,” continued Steele, who identifies as gay.
“It’s a drama about found family, identity, and making mistakes.”
“I’ve always dreamed of making the show I needed as a lonely, horror-obsessed closeted gay kid and thanks to Netflix and our ridiculously talented, diverse and representative writers room and crew, we have shot way past my dreams and into wildest fantasy territory!”
Regardless of whether Steele thought he “needed” a show like this when he was young, we can agree that today’s kids definitely don’t need it.
It’s just another tool in the LGBTQ agenda Hollywood is pushing more and more each day.
Of course, liberal groups are thrilled about the possibilities of DeadEndia. They’re hoping it will help brainwash future generations to accept the LGBTQ agenda and other anti-Biblical ideas.
Steele himself has made a career out of creating art that is “savage, bawdy, [and] irreverent,” according to some reviewers – and DeadEndia, set to be released in 2021, looks to be no exception.
Netflix isn’t the only media platform succumbing to the LGBTQ agenda. Recently, Disney Plus released a short film of much the same variety.
The Disney/Pixar film, entitled Out, is a piece of blatant propaganda that tells the story of a gay man coming out to his parents.
The film features a homosexual kiss and a message of unconditional acceptance, seeking to normalize LGBTQ choices to young, impressionable kids.
Of course, it received rave reviews from liberal activists who called the film “touching” and “sweet.”
And pro-LGBTQ groups celebrated the release of the “family film,” which they claimed to be a “true to human experience.”
Pixar president Jim Morris says we can expect many more films like Out, and it’s likely we can expect the same from Netflix once DeadEndia breaks that ground.
Please make sure to carefully track your kids’ activity on Netflix and screen every program before approving it for your family!
This dangerous show will only lead children and young adults astray – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.