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Sex & Nudity

  • 1. The Cuckoo's Calling (3 episodes): Mild innuendo in dialogue. One sensual scene of a man and woman kissing in bed; he's shirtless, she's sitting on top of him with her dress straps falling down. A few scenes of people in undergarments as they change clothes. A naked body submerged in a tub, but no intimate nudity shown.
  • 2. The Silkworm (2 episodes): Dialogue references about affairs, and a failed liaison because of a "limp dick."
  • 3. Career of Evil (2 episodes): Sexual references in dialogue. A scene in a strip club briefly features a woman in bra and panties pole-dancing. A collage of photos taped to a wall features topless women.

Violence & Gore

  • 1. The Cuckoo's Calling (3 episodes): A body laying on the pavement has small pools of blood around it. A dead body (no injuries shown) lies in the morgue. A fisticuffs scene which results in a bloodied face. Flashback scene to main character's military service includes soldiers holding guns, an explosion, a character with a burned face, and pool of blood where a character is missing a leg.
  • 2. The Silkworm (2 episodes): A woman pierces herself through her shirt with a pin; blood stains her clothes; she then lies with her head in an oven. A dead body is shown (out of focus, in quick-cuts, but still graphic), the body has been burned, cut open, and organs removed. A gruesome book written by one of the characters is visualized in nightmare-like sequences that include a group slicing a man's belly open with a knife, and a woman being branded.
  • 3. Career of Evil (2 episodes): A box is opened to reveal a severed human leg, later a toe is found, and a freezer contains additional body parts wrapped in plastic; little to no blood shown. After being punched hard, a man has a seizure. Bloodstains on carpet and sheets briefly shown. A flashback shows a dead body (drug-overdose, no injuries shown). A character is attacked with a knife. Another fight results in bloodied faces.

Profanity

  • 1. The Cuckoo's Calling (3 episodes): F-word said 9 times, bitch and bastard said once or twice.
  • 2. The Silkworm (2 episodes): F-word said at least 3 times. Bastard, shit, bollocks each said once or twice.
  • 3. Career of Evil (2 episodes): F-word said 10 times. Shit said at least 4 times. Bastard said at least once.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 1. The Cuckoo's Calling (3 episodes): Main character smokes cigarettes. Dialogue references to a character having a cocaine habit. A few scenes take place around pubs and nightclubs where alcohol is consumed. One scene of drunkenness. A character has pills hidden in her purse.
  • 2. The Silkworm (2 episodes): Main character smokes cigarettes. A few scenes take place at pubs, restaurants, or parties where alcohol is consumed.
  • 3. Career of Evil (2 episodes): Main character smokes cigarettes. A few scenes take place around pubs or meals where alcohol is consumed. One scene of drunkenness. It is said, one character's mother died of an overdose.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • 1. The Cuckoo's Calling (3 episodes): None.
  • 2. The Silkworm (2 episodes): See "Violence & Gore" section for more details. A suicide scene. The visualizations of a book written by one of the characters features nightmare-like scenes of people dressed in long robes and wearing animal-skull masks.
  • 3. Career of Evil (2 episodes): Main characters are being stalked. Three (possible jump-scare) scenes of characters suddenly being attacked.

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