"Touched by an Angel"
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

None.

The decision of whether to keep a baby or give it to adoptive parents is the theme of one episode. The baby's natural mother tells the natural father "This is a child we made together". Occasionally, a character is afraid that his or her spouse is having an affair. These are the closest references to sex.

Violence & Gore

No gore.

Mild violence is used as evil acts.

Death and the angel of death are depicted. Characters are encouraged to not fear death, but also to not seek death.

Profanity

No direct profanity. Occasionally, a character will use an "acceptable replacement word" (not the main characters).

The word "God" is used in prayer and in discussion about what the lord wants. The name is not used profanely.

Some (especially non-Christians) might find the representation of angels and their relationship to the lord to be obscene.

Shown as things to avoid. A meeting like A.A. is shown.

A dropped cigarette burns down a house and almost kills a child (the child is saved by an angel).

Frightening situations (such as a character deciding whether to commit suicide, she decides NO). Instances of soul-searching decisions are common.

Many intensely emotional scenes. Beyond the understanding of a young child, but can be emotional or scarey for pre-teen children. When viewing for the first time, children should watch with a caring adult.

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Certification:
Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG (some episodes) / Australia:M (some episodes)

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