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12
Peace in the Valley
2011-11-21
While the UTF anticipates a peace summit with the vamp boss, John-John is targeted at the hospital.

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11
Partners
2011-11-14
John-John's life hangs in the balance while Stu and Billy search for a mole in the force.

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10
Assault on Precinct UTF
2011-11-07
Chaos breaks out when the vamps launch an all-out assault on the UTF station.

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9
Tick...Tick...BOOM!
2011-10-31
Dashell hunts down a vampire that has been preying on his niece.

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8
Undead Hookers
2011-10-24
Carla goes undercover as a vampire prostitute while Billy and Stu are on the tracks of a former UTF officer on the run.

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7
Who, What, When, Werewolf...Why?
2011-10-17
Dashell and Billy go looking for the vampire who beat up Stubeck and Kirsten dates a guy with a deadly flaw.

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6
Hottest Day Of The Year
2011-10-03
Carla and John-John hunt down some rabid zombies loose at a nursery, Stu tries to show off his fun side, and Landry attends a vampire turning party.

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5
Zombie Fights
2011-09-26
John-John discovers that one of his family members is a zombie. Vampires find a new way to get blood.

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4
Two Girls, One Cop
2011-09-19
The UTF responds to a call at a porn shoot when one of the actors goes werewolf on the cast and crew, and Kirsten is sent on werewolf lockdown.

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3
Blood Vessels
2011-09-12
Vampires hijack bloodmobiles in a murderous attack, and Kirsten is forced to go undercover to keep tabs on Dashell's niece at a party vamp party preying on local teens.

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2
Help Us Help You
2011-09-05
Stubeck is worried about a vampire prostitute after he and Billy release her from the station. Meanwhile, teen vigilantes go after zombies, and Dashell takes Kirsten out on the beat.

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1
Pilot
2011-08-29
The members of the Death Valley UTF attempt a vampire prostitution takedown and some doughnut loving zombies.

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Death Valley is a unique and engaging horror-comedy television series which aired on MTV in 2011. With a host of comedy in a soupcon of horror, this genre-bending show has quickly made a name for itself in the palette of TV lovers. The star-studded cast of Bryan Callen, Charlie Sanders, Bryce Johnson, Caity Lotz, Tania Raymonde, and Texas Battle never misses a beat in delivering humor and exciting frights in equal measure.

The premise of Death Valley is set in a fictional universe where the San Fernando Valley has fallen prey to a smorgasbord of supernatural beings like zombies, werewolves, and vampires. These creatures, once existing only in myth or nightmare realms, have now become a jarring reality for the denizens of this area. The narrative follows the undaunted Undertaking Paranormal Threat task force designated as "UTF", an elite branch of the LAPD, dedicated to controlling the mayhem caused by these supernatural entities and maintaining public safety.

Bryan Callen is one of the standout performers in the series, playing Captain Frank Dashell. Dashell is more than just the teams' leader, he epitomizes bravery and determination. He is a hard-nosed man with a dry wit and a deep-seated belief in carrying out the law, no matter how horrifying the challenges might be.

Charlie Sanders brilliantly portrays Joe Stubeck, a family man who juggles his time between being a tough cop in the day and a caring husband and father by night. His character introduces a very relatable and human element in the midst of all the supernatural frenzy.

Bryce Johnson slips into the role of Billy Pierce, a recent Hollywood heart-throb turned police officer, who brings a unique charm and sass to the task force. His Hollywood background adds an interesting layer to his character, often leading to humorous incidents.

Caity Lotz plays Kirsten Landry, the rookie officer in the team, whose fearless attitude and impressive combat skills prove to be invaluable to the squad. Her character displays an exciting journey, handling the extreme situations with grace and a steely tenacity.

Tania Raymonde plays Carla Rinaldi, an assertive and determined cop, who handles supernatural threats with the same gusto she serves out crisp, hilarious one-liners. Then there is Texas Battle, portraying "John Johnson", an enthusiastic and often overly gung-ho officer, who never backs down from a challenge, no matter how supernatural it may be.

The series' unique concept brings together two drastically disparate genres – horror and comedy – in one cohesive narrative. Arguably, it's this unique mix that allows it to create an enthralling blend of laughter and scares. The show ensures that the narrative is as engaging as it is entertaining, taking the audience from high adrenal chases to moments of levity with seamless transitions.

The series is filmed in a mockumentary style, following along with the on-duty experiences of the UTF officers, which enables the audience to feel like they are right in the thick of the action. The brilliant editing and cinematography only add to this engaging user experience.

Despite its supernatural elements, it’s the depth and relatability of the character relationships that act as the real cornerstone of Death Valley. As the plot unfolds, viewers get to know more about the private lives of the UTF officers, giving these characters a realness that juxtaposes brilliantly against their daily fight with the supernatural.

The creators have cleverly incorporated social commentary into the narrative without losing the fun and fear elements. As the episodes unfold, viewers are encouraged to draw parallels about society's reactions to those perceived as different, wrapped in a mix of humor and horror.

In just 12 episodes, Death Valley takes viewers on an unforgettable roller-coaster ride of scares and guffaws. From ghoulish zombies to comedy gold, this innovative series surprises at every turn and holds viewers in its engaging grip till the very end. This unique gem from MTV proves that when it comes to television shows, there are still uncharted territories waiting to be explored.

Death Valley is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 1 seasons with a total of 12 episodes, the show debuted on 2011. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.7.

Channel
MTV
Rating
7.7/10
Cast
Bryan Callen, Bryce Johnson, Texas Battle, Tania Raymonde
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