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Some sexual contents both from straight and homosexual couples. Some scenes are romantic while others are more sensual, but none of them is explicit and graphic nudity is never pictured.

Dracula has sex with the same woman multiple times. The scenes are more sensual than explicit, and lack of graphic nudity and thrusting. In a sceen they are in bed, we see his bare chest and back along with some kissing and movement. In another scene we see him getting out of bed and putting his pants on; we only see his bare chest, back and thighs, but he is implied to be naked. In another scene the two have a rougher sexual intercourse, with some moaning and clothes ripping, but no nudity apart from the woman's bare thighs. In another episode, they are seen in bed almost finished having sex; there is some brief thrusting and moaning.

A man has sex with a girl. They kiss and touch eachother in bed. He is implied to perform oral sex on her.

A girl has a dream in which she has sex in bed with a man. Some kissing, moaning and touching, no nudity. Her dream is interrupted when a friend comes to wake her up.

A girl and her fiance make love. She drops down her dress and remains in lingerie (a long babydoll-type of dress). They kiss and he lies her down, his bare chest is partially seen. She moans briefly as he kisses her on the neck. The scene becomes blurry before it ends. It is implied to be her first time. The morning after they are seen lying in bed together, kissing and talking (they are presumably naked, but we only see his bare chest and her bare shoulders).

A man and a woman are into a bathtub together. Only his bare chest is visible.

A gay couple is involved in the first three episodes. In one scene they are seen kissing. In another scene one of the men is lying in bed (presumably naked, we see his bare chest), while the other man, who just got out of bed, is putting his clothes on (we see his bare chest), implying they just had sex.

A female character is a lesbian, and in a few scenes she expresses love for another girl (whom is straight); in a scene she kisses her, but is rejected.

Dracula is seen wearing only briefs during an experiment.

An engaged couple kisses romantically several times throughout the series.

A woman frequently wears dresses which reveals cleavage.

A promiscuous woman is said to have countless lovers. In a scene she suggestively speaks to a lesbian girl, while softly touching her lips and her breasts (they are both fully clothed), and says to have had several female lovers before being with a man. In another scene she kiss the same girl.

A few other mild sexual undertones and dialogues.

A few scenes of Dracula and other vampires feeding on their victims, usually involving blood. Some fights, both with fists and weapons/tools. Not all the episodes have bloody violence in them, but a few notable gory scenes are present.

A man is tortured with various tools, however all the details are off-screen; in a scene he is implied to have long needles inserted under his nails, in another scene he is implied to have his belly's flesh cut, and in a scene we see his bloody arm as a man smears salt on the deep cut on it, making him scream. There is blood on a woman's apron.

Dracula brutally kills a group of people. He slices a man's throat (blood spills out), he punches a man, and he tears off a man's arm (graphic, we see the severed arm and blood spurting). There is blood on the ground.

Dracula ruthlessly kills three men; he tears off a man's arm (graphic). Their dead bodies are later seen impaled on a railing.

A man is beaten by a group of men, and Dracula attacks them: one of them has his throat cut (lots of blood pours out), another one is thrown out of a window, and we see a man's decapitated head. A lot of blood splatters on the beaten man's face.

A woman slices off a vampire's head.

A vampire blows her own head off with a rifle (on-screen, a lot of blood).

Dracula cuts a man's throat with his hand (graphic); a lot of blood pours out of the gaping wound. This is revealed to be only a vision.

A man has his throat sliced (blood pours).

A man's throat is sliced and lots of blood pours out, covering his body.

A woman pours holy water down the throats of two vampires; a lot of dark goo pours out of their mouths.

A man smashes the heads of two people with a hammer (partially offscreen). We later see their smashed bloody heads, one of them has the brain exposed.

A man is stabbed by a sword (partially offscreen); there is a lot of blood on his shirt and on the floor.

A dead woman is seen with her neck torn open.

A woman is decapitated; the scene is brief and rather dark.

A man shoots another man to death.

A man shoots himself in the head offscreen. We see his dead body with a bloody hole in the head and a pool of blood on the ground.

A man is strangled on-screen.

A man is knocked unconscious and kidnapped. We see his bloody, swollen face.

During an experiment, a woman is injected a substance with a long needle in her rib cage, then electrocuted twice.

Dracula has many long needles inserted in his chest during an experiment and this is shown more than once.

A needle is inserted in a dead rat.

A girl falls down the stairs and has a bloody wound on her forehead.

A girl almost has acid poured on her face.

We see Dracula's badly burned face in a scene.

We see a screaming vampire on flames.

A vampire dies and fades into dust.

Mummified vampires are shown.

Flashbacks of a house purposely set on fire are shown; a child and his mother died in the fire.

"Damn" is heard a few times.

Seldom callings of God's/Jesus'/Christ's names.

In the third episode two girls drink plenty of alcohol and use absinthe, they are high and drunk.

Many characters including Dracula drink alcohol frequently. There are also a few party scenes.

Some scenes take place in a private club, alcohol and substances are shown or implied to be consumed.

A man smokes a cigar.

The scene where a man's throat is suddenly cut by Dracula is very intense and unexpected, although it is revealed to be only a vision.

Some murders are quite bloody and grisly, and may be frightening to young viewers.

The scene where a man is tortured, although not graphic, is very intense.

The scenes of experiments involve needles and electrocution, and might be intense for some people.

Rated TV-14 for bloody violence and gore, and scenes of sensuality


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