Helluva Boss

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Helluva Boss
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"♫ When you want somebody gone and you don’t wanna wait too long, call the Immediate Murder Professionals! ♫ "
Genre: Musical
Black comedy
Running Time: 11-25 minutes
Country: United States
Release Date: October 31, 2020 – present
Network(s): YouTube
Created by: Vivienne Medrano
Distributed by: SpindleHorse Toons
Starring: Brandon Rogers
Richard Steven Horvitz
Vivian Nixon
Erica Lindbeck
Bryce Pinkham
Seasons: 2
Episodes: 15

Helluva Boss is an American adult comedy/musical animated web series created by VivziePop and a spin-off show of the Hazbin Hotel franchise.


In Hell, Imps are the lowest of the low in society, but what happens when one starts an assassin business? This happens! Follow Blitzo (the 'o' is silent) as he attempts to run a start-up killing company in a very competitive market, along with his weapons specialist, Moxxie, his powerhouse, Millie, and his receptionist Hellhound, Loona. With the help of an ancient book obtained by one of the princes of Hell, Stolas, they manage to make their work possible and together they attempt to survive each other while trying to keep their business afloat.

Why You Should Call the I.M.P

  1. The characters are well-written and entertaining to watch.
    • Blitzo, who is the owner of I.M.P, is very career-focused. He is deeply committed to the company's success and is willing to make significant personal sacrifices to ensure it.
    • Moxxie is the easily annoyed, clumsy, but nice imp. He is the I.M.P.'s weapon specialist, so he knows his way around weapons and frequently brings a variety of them with him on missions. Due to the Season 2 Episode 3, Exes and Oohs, we may know why he has so much knowledge about weapons.
    • Despite her occasional rudeness, Loona cares deeply about Blitzo and is nicer to him (which is saying a lot), which makes sense given that he is Loona's adoptive father.
    • Millie, despite being the least developed one, can still be entertaining to watch at times, especially with her fight scenes.
    • Stolas is a character who has improved from the pilot. He went from being horny 24/7 to a well-adjusted and grounded character, and Season 2 helped a lot with fixing this problem.
  2. Great episodes, including Exes and Oohs and The Circus.
    • Exes and Oohs involves Moxxie meeting his abusive dad and mafia. On the way, he also meets Chaz, who is his ex (along with Millie's).
    • In The Circus, we get to see more of Blitzo and Stolas' backstory and how they met. Oh yeah, and Fizzarolli is there, too.
  3. The character designs are nice/decent.
  4. The voice actors do an amazing job, like Brandon Rogers (who later portrayed Katie Killjoy in Hazbin Hotel, and the characters in the Brandon Rogers Cinematic Universe), Richard Horvitz (Zim from Invader Zim, and Billy from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Vivian Nixon, Erica Lindbeck, and Bryce Pinkham.
  5. Very funny quotes throughout the series.
    • "Why hello, my big-dicked Blitzy..." - Stolas, Blitzo spits out his coffee after hearing this.
  6. Cultural references that are nice and aren't in your face.
  7. The plots are interesting and neat, for the most part.

Bad Qualities

  1. Millie is the least developed of all I.M.P. Without Moxxie, she doesn't have a character outside of that. Many fans pointed this out and wish for more centered episodes about her.
  2. Loona is mean-spirited and a psycho at times, that one scene where she kicked Blitzo.
  3. The show can seem too focused on Blitzo and Stolas sometimes, but Season 3 episode 2 fixed some of those problems.
  4. Mrs. Mayberry's backstory was a reference to the late Phil Hartman's death.
  5. While we did say some jokes were funny, there are some misses as well.
    • Too many sexual/adult jokes, for example.
    • Speaking of sexual jokes, Chaz does a lot of sexual jokes about his d***, which can be annoying at times.
  6. Season 2 is generally agreed to be weaker than season 1 due to its more decisive writing, repeated use of the same jokes, and still a lack of worldbuilding.



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