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Episode 1:

There are some sexual references.

Some f-words are used in their literal meaning. Sex is implied and a homosexual sexual stuation is barley shown but heavily implied in an earlier episode. Bette has a one time affair with her married director. Sex is underlining tension throughout.

Episode 1:

A woman is seen shooting a gun in a movie.

Not really any violence. The main actressess are acting and in production of a new horror film.

An actress "accidently" kicks her co-star in the head for real when shes meant to pretend for a scene.

Episode 1:

6 uses of "fuck" and "shit", one use of "cunt" and other milder language like "bitch" or "goddamn".

Throughout the seasons episodes strong language is used in exclamation and insult. Strong derogatory terms including the use of the word c*nt towards a young lady. Joan uses the f-word a lot and the men use a lot of bad language frequently. The mean spirited shade is present and legendary.

Episode 1:

There is some smoking and drinking in the episode.

The main characters smoke quite frequently. People smoke nearly every time they arent speaking, drinking is also near constant and drug use is implied.

There is constant threat and tension between the main characters.

Some mildly emotional moments.


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