Neighbors from Hell

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TBS (ended 2010)

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Neighbors from Hell

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The Hellmans are your typical all-American family including two kids and a dog living in the suburbs, except that they are from Hell. Their mission on Earth is to pose as normal citizens while trying to keep humans from being condemned to Hell.
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  • Ignored by tbs

    9.0
    I really enjoyed this show.
  • Season

    10
    I absolutely love this show! I miss Neighbors From Hell a lot because the episodes were fun. It became better and better as it went along. My problem is that TBS has way too many shows that come from other networks. If they were removed, all of the originals would have a much better chance. Neighbors From Hell is one of the victims. I wish it would come back for season two or even three!moreless
  • Excellent

    7.5
    I really loved this show and am still wishing it would return for another season. I enjoyed everything about it from the characters to the animation style to stupid jokes. This show had it all and I know many don't care for it but I was tickled by it.
  • Snorfin: Seem NORmal, Fit IN

    5.5
    I'm not exactly sure how to describe this show. It's very bizarre, but okay to watch. The dog lady sure is a nut. (No wonder her poodle wanted to kill itself!) The one part that amuses me is that Mandy, the daughter, looks like Gwen Tennyson from the first and second seasons of Ben 10 Alien Force. (Seriously! Watch some episodes from those seasons!) Sure, I'll still enjoying watching the show, but it's not one of my top favorites. All I can say is that if you like supernatural stuff like demons, vampires, and werewolves, this show is for you.moreless
  • Utterly painful, dismal and hopeless... kind of like hell! Heh. Heh. :[

    2.0
    Wow, I saw this on Adult Swim the other night... and boy was I disappointed to have the time slot taken up by such a pile. So let's go and evaluate this...The plot setup, well it isn't exactly creative or new, but that doesn't mean it couldn't work out. The big problem, is that it doesn't. The jokes are embarrassing, lame and very poorly executed; instead of smoothly working through the script, all the gags stick out like a sore thumb. I half-expect a laugh track to be blasting off every 40 seconds. It's pretty much like they rounded up all the worst writers from places like Nickelodeon or Disney Channel, and then asked them to make a cartoon for adults. It feels like a lot of the jokes only a 10 year old would laugh at, yet they use crude 'adult' humor (read: POTTY JOKES GALORE!) Didn't really get the neighbor lady; I next to never get worked up over crude humor but the concept of a character that just about revolves around bestiality is a little strange, hard to take a lot of at once and would be bound to get stale quickly. The art is pretty bad. It's not awful but it in no way draws me in; it looks very generic. I'm not asking for a lot in terms of animation, but if you're gonna make a cartoon, it has to be visually appealing to some extent. Overall, this is probably gonna stay sucky. I might give it another chance in a few episodes to check for any shred of hope, but yeah... I'm not counting on it.moreless
  • ON THE BACK OF ITS EXCLUSIVE DEAL WITH 20TH CENTURY FOX, FOXTEL HAS ANNOUNCED THE FIRST-TIME BROADCASTING OF A SLEW OF DRAMAS AND COMEDIES, FRESH FROM THEIR RUNS IN THE STATES.

    Foxtel's summer line-up

    The Gates, The Glades, Ride-Along, Neighbors from Hell and Louie are to make their first appearances on Australian television, going to air from the end of 2010.

  • BASIC CABLE OUTLET GETTING INTO ANIMATION GAME WITH HALF-HOUR COMEDY ABOUT SUBURBAN FAMILY… FROM HELL.

    TBS draws up Neighbors from Hell

    TBS is no stranger to animation. Just flip over to the channel at any point in the day and you have a one-in-two chance of seeing a syndicated episode of Family Guy. However, the network has no experience with…

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    Categories

    Animation, Comedy, Fantasy

    Themes

    offensive comedy, demonic resurrection, cartoon violence, low brow humor, quirky characters