Santa Inc.: Season 1

Santa Inc.: Season 1

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Sarah Silverman is the voice of a purple elf seeking to be the head (and face) of Christmas in this strictly-for-adults series from the makers of Sausage Party. Seth Rogen co-stars as the voice of Santa, who isn't quite ready to hand over the keys to his Christmas empire.

2021Rating: TV-MAUSAPoint Grey Pictures, Lionsgate Television
AnimatedComedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Where The Hell Is Brent?

After her boss Brent abandons the North Pole for big... More tech, intrepid elf Candy Smalls considers the possibility of becoming Santa’s first female successor.

EPISODE 1.2

Faces of Meth

After welcoming a fresh batch of interns, Santa recruits Candy... More to deliver the State of the Workshop address. Later, a shocking revelation causes Candy to come to terms with harsh truths about Brent.

EPISODE 1.3

Spring Awakening

Unsure of her future with Santa Inc., Candy must decide... More if she should hop on a golden opportunity with Easter Enterprises or stay loyal to Santa.

EPISODE 1.4

The South Pole

Junior’s arrival in the South Pole threatens Candy’s ascent to... More the top of Santa’s list. As Cookie and Goldie find a new friend in Mrs. Claus, Craig crumbles at home.

EPISODE 1.5

Santa’s Birthday

Santa’s birthday festivities are cut short as tensions between Candy... More and her inner circle escalate. Later, Devin performs a good deed, and Mrs. Claus faces her demons.

EPISODE 1.6

The Announcement

As Santa prepares to name his successor, Candy readies for... More her calling as the next Claus

EPISODE 1.7

Cracks in the Peppermint Ceiling (1)

Still reeling from the announcement of Santa’s successor, Candy attempts... More to unite the workers of the North Pole around a common cause.

EPISODE 1.8

Cracks in the Peppermint Ceiling (2)

As Christmas draws closer, Candy rallies her entire crew for... More a final chance to stick it to Santa.

Santa Inc.: Season 1 | Reviews

Decider

Decider

Santa Inc. isn’t afraid to get raunchy, and it... lays that raunchiness on a bit thick. But there is a fun story at its centre, backed by funny performances...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The most puerile and prurient side of the humor in Santa Inc. is, unfortunately, its most repetitive and self-satisfied as well.

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Variety

Variety

In elevating itself above its subject matter, Santa Inc. ends up feeling dour and heavy, a televised lump of coal.

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