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(2021– )

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Sex & Nudity

  • Some light kissing.
  • Outside of a few tame kisses, this series is free of sex entirely as well as nudity. Very little to almost no romance at all.
  • A few quick kisses between a married couple.
  • Gus is shown taking a bath as a young boy in episode one. Nothing is shown.
  • In season 2 Aimee is shown wearing a thin tank top for a section of the episode revealing the outline of her nipples.
  • The second part does not contain gender
  • Season 2 has 1 kiss scene in almost all episodes.
  • In season 1, a woman tells that she's waiting for her wife's call implying that she's a lesbian(the word wife has been mentioned more than once).

Violence & Gore

  • The whole story takes place in a post plague/apocalyptic world. As such there are no more rules/laws and people are in a kill or be killed situation. There are some fighting scenes, killing of people, and attempted killing of people. Most of the violence happens from a distance, off camera, or is implied. There is little to no blood. No gore. No kill shots or focus on dead bodies.
  • A girl kills a man with a knife. The man isn't shown in detail, but there is bright red blood on the knife.
  • A skeleton is tangled in a tree. You can't see it in detail, there is no gore, and despite it, the mood is lighthearted
  • A doctor has a very detailed dream of surgeries. There are squishy sounds, scalpels, and images of things that look like intestines. It's not clear what exactly they are and there are no faces shown but it's a bit disturbing for children. It comes up quickly in the episode so it's difficult to prepare for it.
  • A man is restrained on-screen and then burned alive off-screen. We don't hear his screams.
  • A woman is kicked in the face by a horse and killed. Happens suddenly, too.


  • Definitely some language, including "shit," "ass," "asshole," "dick," religious swearing, and "damn" respectively. (including "goddamn").
  • Very mild profanity. No F-bombs in season 1.
  • Jesus and Christ are used as exclamations very briefly in one or two episodes later on.
  • F-bomb in season 2

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • There are references to drug addiction and addictive pills pictured throughout the season.
  • Two people are drinking alcohol in a bar

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A man is supposedly restrained burned alive but we only see the burning home.


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Violence & Gore

  • Near the end of the series, a man gets shot in the chest. Later we find out he survives, but there is a lot of blood on his shirt and on the boy's hands.
  • A man gets shot in last episode we can see the bullet hole in his chest and there is blood shown on hybrid's hands.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Near the end of the series a hybrid child is shown alive on a medical gurney, and a doctor starts up a rotating surgery saw. It is implied that he'll be dissecting the hybrid child, but the scene stops there, and nothing is shown.
  • A woman gets kicked by a horse and is killed upon impact with the ground. There's only a small amount of blood on her cheek, but later her body is stored in a freezer and is sort of bluish with frost on it, which could be a bit disturbing for kids.
  • Some very dark themes including dissection of children, neighbours burning each other alive. The gore might take place off scene but its clear what it is.

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