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There are sexual innuendos throughout the series. Bare breasts can be seen. Women in thongs. Krista (Jill Wagner) and Chase (Jessica Gower) almost kiss on numerous occasions. We see Chase nude from behind at least once, her bare butt fully shown as she walks away from the camera.

Since Blade (Sticky Fingaz) is a vampire slayer we see numerous killings, many graphic with blood spurting. Krista is seen entering a pool of blood. Numerous bloody scenes and terror.

Strong language for tv includes shit, piss, goddamn, bastard and more. Pilot was TV-MA.

Characters use a drug made from cremated vampires called "Ash". Blade injects himself with "serum".

Vampires and horror elements may frighten young children.



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