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4/10T

here are some sexual references and kisses in the show. Romance and relationships is a key theme.

1x12: Barry changes a drunk Caitlin into her pyjamas. When dressed, she asks 'Did you sneak a peek?' implying that he saw her nude.

3x04: Caitlin has a shower and her bare back is shown. She turns around with her arms covering her breasts. Caitlin exits the shower with a towel wrapped around her but cleavage is visible.

5/10

Some people are wounded (occasionally killed) due to powers of meta-humans. Not gory and blood very rare.

The two battles between Barry & Eobard feature the Reverse Flash beating the Flash up relentlessly, in both cases, Barry bleeds from his mouth, (jaw area).

The Flash's first encounter with Zoom is violent, though most of the injuries inflicted are implied rather than seen. The only blood shown is on Barry's face.

Occasional drinking.

Rated TV-PG (series may contain material that parents or guardians may find inappropriate for younger children).

"The Flash" is a family-friendly series based on DC Comics; okay for 10+.



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