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Sex & Nudity

  • Most of season two there is a sexual vibe between the main characters. The main character is known for being bisexual with many sex scenes with both men and women. (No nudity shown)
  • Season 1:
  • Episode 1: there is a scene where a teenage girl strips down to underwear and a tank top in front of her friends including a few boys her age so she can go swimming. One of the boys behaves suggestively and makes suggestive comments about the girl.
  • Episode 4: there is a scene where a teenage boy makes out with a teenage girl; they are wearing their undergarments, sex is implied, seen next morning making out.
  • Episode 6: the episode starts out with a mother sitting on the edge of a tub or some such thing; her dress is pulled up just below her chest as she screams. Her son is there, he is around 5, and he helps her deliver her baby. Nothing explicit is seen, though.
  • Episode 8: there is a scene where a teenage girl attempt to seduce her teen boyfriend by kissing his neck. They then kiss. She removes her shirt and is shown in her bra. Sex is implied. They are then seen in bed without their shirts; her bare back is shown.
  • Season 3:
  • Episode 1: two girls have sex. Shirts are removed, and bare backs are shown.
  • In other episodes, kissing is involved, and sex following no bare nudity or the sex is seen, though cleavage is seen.
  • In multiple episodes of season one, prostitution (exchange of sex for services or goods) is implied.

Violence & Gore

  • A lot of times characters will die in harsh and cruel ways. The show gets increasingly more violent
  • One scene has someone step on a landline resulting in bloody aftermath. Body parts are seen scattered across the ground (very graphic)
  • Later seasons contain much more graphic violence with moderate to large amounts of blood and gore
  • Teenagers wield knives and pistols in each other's faces to threaten and intimidate each other. There is an over-all theme that the characters on earth are expendable and useless. It is suggested one of the teenage boys sent to earth has shot someone and dressed as a guard to escape punishment. Most violent scenes have very little blood but extreme force.

Profanity

  • We briefly hear "your dad is a dick!" At the very beginning of season 1. It is extremely hard to hear.
  • Infrequent use of 'bastard' and 'son of a bitch.' Frequent use of 'hell' and 'damn'

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • One of the main characters makes and shares moonshine
  • Extremely infrequent underage drinking. In other episodes, drinking is implied.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A girl is taken from her home/mother to be cast into a radiated wilderness.
  • Teenagers are on a crash-landing space shuttle.
  • A character is being treated for a gunshot wound on an operating table in a hospital scene.
  • A deer is a mutant with a second face protruding from its other side and the face might be found frightening or disturbing to some viewers. The deer also makes an eerie noise.
  • A character is suddenly attacked and kidnapped by an unseen spear-thrower while cheering.
  • A boy is attacked by other boys who cut off his bracelet while he protests.
  • Torture scene may be distressing for younger viewers.

Spoilers

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Violence & Gore

  • One main character death per season (Wells s1, Finn s2, Lincoln s3, Jasper s4, Monty s5, Abby s6)

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Some of the deaths may be emotional, particularly character deaths in season 3 and 4

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