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(I) (2019–2020)

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Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

  • This show contains vivid imagery of trauma and traumatic flashbacks that are likely to be triggering for viewers with PTSD.

Profanity

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • This show contains vivid and gory images of medical surgery, war, and an accident. The images are realistic likely to be quite difficult for viewers with PTSD.

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Violence & Gore

  • Small children accidentally pick up a mine or weapon that explodes before the doctor can warn them. Definitely upsetting for children and likely to be very difficult viewing for veterans.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Bombs exploding in Libya are likely to upset some viewers, and may be quite uncomfortable for veterans. Blood and injured people are shown.
  • In the scenes in Libya, head surgery is shown on a young child.
  • A young boy gives a little girl a free meal because she is hungry. Later, we find out that she is hungry because her mom weighs her and refuses to let her eat. Images of a rich family starving their own child in order to make her an actress may be difficult for children, and likely to be triggering for people with eating disorders.
  • Exploding glass and walls from bombs in Libya are realistic and difficult to watch.
  • This show contains vivid imagery of surgeries, some of which fail.
  • There is a scene where a bus crashes and the emergency room is overwhelmed with dying patients.
  • There is a scene where a doctor staples his own wound closed without anaesthesia.
  • There is an intense scene showing a small child crying uncontrollably as his friend (another small child) is wheeled unconscious into the emergency room.

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