In 1956, ten strangers lock themselves in a fallout shelter during an air raid, only to discover that one of them is secretly a vampire! Can they figure out who among them is the bloodsucker before it's too late?
When a twenty-something computer geek inadvertently downloads critical government secrets into his brain, the C.I.A. and the N.S.A. assign two agents to protect him and exploit such knowledge, turning his life upside down.
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I cannot begin to explain how bad this show is. It was like watching an amateur play in a church hall, wooden acting, bad writing and not a hint of comedy.
The trailers were terrible, but I thought it can't have been all that bad as it got commissioned, I couldn't have been more wrong. Whoever did commission it, may want to look into a career change.
This programme is simply not funny, it has no plot, no storyline, no laughs... It's infantile and the "jokes" ate so desperately trying to shock, they forget to shock.
I implore Comedy Central not to allow this travesty to go on any longer. I've watched World War Two Documentaries with more laughs than this. I apologise that I can't say anything good about this show, but I can't think of one redeeming feature, if I wanted British teeth and masturbation jokes I'd go back to the early 90's.
Suffice to say, i have no intention of ever watching this again.
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