Crash Landing on You (2019–2020)
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Sex & Nudity
- The lead female character is seen to be wearing only a shirt. Although not sexual.
- they are just shown kissing which is completely fine.
- In episode two, an officer doing a house inspection walks in on a man and woman having an affair. We see nothing sexual; the officer only sees the man dive under the bed (clad in a shirt and boxers), then opens the closet to reveal the woman hiding, wrapped up in a blanket (thus implied to be naked). The officer starts yelling at the pair and is disgusted that the man is cheating on his wife. The man's excuse is that he was 'lonely'.
Violence & Gore
- Moderate violence: gun fights, stabbings, fist fights
- Mostly non-violent but some episodes feature significant hand-to-hand combat and a couple of scenes of bloody shootings. One major gunfight. One minor knife slashing. A gangfight including knives and axes. All is in context with the story line and not gratuitously nor excessively violent.
- Mild coarse language (subtitles) "b-tch, sh-t"
- At the 42:40 mark in episode five, there is one gratuitous use of MF in the English subtitles that is out of place with the entire rest of the series.
- Endgame use of Ms throughout, dismissing unmarried/married demarcations.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Characters are seen drinking and or getting drunk in multiple episodes.
- Despite majority ratings of "mild", drinking and falling-down drunk is portrayed throughout the series. Most is for comedic value but is ever-present.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Mature themes
Violence & Gore
- Characters are implied to be beaten as a means of punishment, often shown bleeding and bruised but the actual on screen portion of the beatings are usually mild, and everything usually happens off screen.
- A main character is shot in the shoulder, the other character shot in the leg. We see some blood as one character passes out, shooting the gunman dead. This may be intense for some viewers.