First of All, it’s HellGirl, and if you can’t even say it right, I doubt you’ve ever seen it.
Second of all, we Catholics are allowed and even ENCOURAGED to use our own prudential jusdgement on what we should and should not watch. We are not banned from watchign or reading something just because “Someone” says it’s immoral or immodest.
I suggest you check out Decentfilms.com, and the sites about page artcile “What are the decent films?” for a very Catholic look at film and the arts. Afterall, many films on the Vaticans list of notable films are filled with nudity, vulgarity, and morally troubleing material. It’s all what uou get out of it.
You don’t know why someone watches Hell Girl, or The Sopranos, or any other “immoral” show, but if theyr’e on this forum, chances are they’re not watching it for the immoral themes, but for something else. Why should what other people watch on TV be something for you to get worked up about? If it is not pornographic, and is not a temptation of sin for someone, they can use their own judgement on wether they should see it, and they won’t be in sin.
BTW, just because something has refernces or features of homosexuality, immorality, drugs, wtc, does not make them bad as a whole. Oftentimes the very need to represent reality calls for such things.