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(2021– )

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Sex & Nudity

  • A young man is seen shirtless (in a non-sexual manner) on many occasions, such as when he is getting his wounds tended for, or when he is exercising.
  • Three young women strip in their dormitory sauna, they pile their removed clothes on top of a young man hiding beneath the wooden sauna bench. This scene is non-sexual, and there is no sexual nudity (only shoulders are shown, and a bra is briefly seen comedically)
  • A male ANSP agent attempts to barge into the girls' sauna for investigation. He is stopped, as 20 year-old naked students are in there, and a female agent enters and carries out the investigation instead.
  • A young woman stuffs bloodied tissues down her shirt in a panic (in an attempt to hide the bloodied young man hiding in their dormitory). An ANSP agent notices and looks at the woman's chest in suspicion, she reacts offendedly violated, in an act.
  • A man is seen with many robed women in his bedroom, it is implied these are women he has slept/are sleeping with.
  • A man and a woman have implied off-screen sex in the shower. Giggling is heard.

Violence & Gore

  • Frequent usage of guns (shooting, and gun threats), explosions, hand-to-hand combat (fighting action), and beatings (slapping, kicking, punching, hitting with rear of gun, roping, etc.), death threats and manhandling (grabbing by the collar and by the arm, shoving, yelling/screaming, etc.).
  • Injuries (bullet wounds, bruises, bandages) Blood is mild to moderate.
  • The show's setting revolves around politics, war, human hostages, guns, agents, and spies. The atmosphere is dark, intense, and emotional.
  • A scene where political figures slice their hands open with knives. Their blood is filled into a glass cup to drink, and they bandage their self-inflicted wounds later on.


  • Mildly harsh language such as "bastard". "asshole", "damn", and "hell", are frequently used.
  • "B**ch" and "G*dd*mn" are used nearly every episode.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Cocaine is shown briefly.

Frightening & Intense Scenes


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Violence & Gore

  • An intense and disturbing flashback sequence in which young men training in the forces are forced to run, whoever falls behind is shot by their commander. Their commander then orders them to slit the necks of their captured and tied up enemies, which they proceed with (blood splashing). The commander then orders them to kill each other with those same knives. They do not go through with it. A moderate amount of blood is shown.
  • The last half of the show gets progressively more violent until the last episode which is a full-on R-rated bloodbath.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A female character is seen tied, bruised and bloodied (torture implied), and forcibly standing on the ledge of a tall bridge atop of a massive waterfall. A man then manhandles her, threatens and forces her into agreeing to become a spy, as she screams, trembles, and cries in fear. She later has PTSD flashbacks to this experience.
  • A young woman's brother is killed in the midst of war, he is shown bloody and laying on the hospital bed, where he succumbs to his wounds. The shocking news devastates his sister, who cries, panics, and later passes out. The brother's death is mentioned and referenced emotionally multiple times throughout the show.
  • A young woman's father is shot in the shoulder and unconsciously falls to the ground (attempted murder). He is saved, and alive in the hospital. However, his daughter is emotionally distressed hearing this news. A brief and mild squirt of blood is shown.
  • A young woman's lover dies after being shot multiple times in the chest. A lot of blood is shown. The woman cries and screams as she is carried out.

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