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Sex & Nudity

  • Full frontal male and partial female nudity
  • It is worth noting that as the series goes on it get's less graphic. Season 1 is probably the worst, whereas as the show goes on, the sex is less regular and far less explicit
  • Full frontal male nudity throughout, including exposed genitals. Partial female nudity with genitals obscured by lighting, camera angles, or merkins. Female breasts shown often.
  • A common theme throughout the series is an incestuous relationship between a brother and a sister. They are seen having sex various times in the series, one of them being almost a rape.
  • Sex, nudity and incest are recurring themes from the onset and throughout. There is also a lot of sexual violence including rape and even a scene where genitalia is mutilated. there is sex and/or nudity in every single episode.
  • Sex is a driving force of this series, and nudity occurs throughout each season, including instances of exposed breasts, buttocks, and male only genitals. Viewers can expect to see and hear sex scenes, many of which take place in a brothel, as well as several situations of incest.

Violence & Gore

  • There are medieval battle scenes, 1v1 battles and battles against monsters and dragons.
  • Each season gets bloodier and gorier as they go, seasons 3 and 4 are BY FAR the bloodiest and goriest
  • Characters can die from many ways (beheading (season 1x1), stab wounds, minor gashes, organized assassinations, etc). Even major characters that you won't suspect of dying has a big chance of getting killed. George R. R. Martin intended for this, he has stated that he wanted his book series to be realistic and unsuspecting. The violence in this series can be brutal and it is often lingered on for a moment.
  • Beheadings are shown (even in combat)
  • Jousting has been present in the show, with bloody results.
  • the battle sequences are prolonged, very bloody, and very gruesome
  • A numerous amount of soldiers will get stabbed by swords, sometimes with some blood spewing from the wounds
  • There are a few disturbing scenes that could upset younger watchers.
  • Some scenes of torturewhich may upset some viewers. (Especially in Season 3)
  • In one episode a horse is beheaded.
  • There is a bit violence against women, which might be one of the most upsetting aspects of the show.


  • Strong language throughout almost every episode, used in both the derogatory and literal senses. The strongest word used is "cunt", which is generally used once every two episodes or so, but there are some occasions where it is said more than once.
  • "Fuck", "cunt", "cock", "whore", "slut", "shit", "fucker" and other insults are used throughout the show.
  • Bastard is used extremely commonly however always in the literal term (illegitimate child). It is a term of shame and is sometimes used to insult people.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Wine is consumed in almost every episode, particularly during feasts and gatherings. It is implied that some characters drink for the sole purpose to get drunk. It is quite a big feature of the show and often influences character behavior.
  • "Milk of the Poppy" used as a painkiller.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Game Of Thrones features sometimes strong violence, intense action, sex scenes, full male and female nudity and strong profanity.
  • There is strong violence in almost all episodes.
  • The first 5 minutes of the first episode are very frightening.
  • Well liked major and minor characters are sometimes unexpectedly killed. A lot of fights and brawls occur throughout the course of the show.
  • The show includes few instances of sexual violence, implied or just told.
  • There are occasional scenes showing "white walkers", man-like monsters that live in the ice and seemingly have bodies made of the same, intense blue eyes, grimacing faces and scrawny bodies that might scare younger viewers
  • Many viewers will find season three very disturbing in the fact that a major character from season two is held hostage by a psychopath.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Sex & Nudity

  • A woman is seen completely nude after a fire burns off her clothes, full frontal nudity (Season 1) However, it is shown from far away and her genitals are covered by a baby dragon, so nothing too graphic is visible.

Violence & Gore

  • At the end of the eighth episode of the fourth season in the series, a man is tumbled to the ground and has all his teeth punched out, with some blood visibly spurting out on the floor. The man then has his eyes gouged out, with a lot of blood coming out as he screams in extreme agony and subsquently, due to the extreme force, his head is crushed into a gory mess, with brain matter scattered everywhere and blood pooling on the ground. This is somewhat comparable to 'Spectre', released one year later after this episode, but this is MUCH gorier. This scene is extremely graphic and is considered the most graphic and gory scene in the whole series. In fact there have been reports of some people getting sick from seeing this

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Towards the end of season three in an episode (commonly referred to as "The Red Wedding"); in what starts as a happy wedding with all parties seemingly fully at peace three major almost universally well liked characters (by other characters and audience alike) are unexpectedly murdered during the after wedding banquet.

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