One Day at a Time (2017– )
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Sex & Nudity
- Characters kiss each other on some occasions
- There may be only kissing scenes, but not much.
- There may be kissing scenes, but not more than that.
- There is some discussion of sex between the mother and her kids, including: consent, losing virginity, pornography (audio of a pornographic video is heard but nothing is shown), and catcalling. They are not graphic and are presented in an educational context.
Violence & Gore
- No physical violence.
- "Hell" and "damn" are used often. There is more swearing like "ass", "bitch", "goddamn" and "dick" earlier on.
- Spanish profanities like "carajo" (Which means "Fuck"), "prostituta" and "tetas" (Meaning "Tits").
- There are bad words in spanish like ''Carajo''
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- There may be some alcoholic drinks.
- There are alcoholic drinks like beer and ron.
- One character is a recovered addict.
- Mild marijuana use, including smoking and edibles. Sometimes played for laughs, but consequences and punishment are shown. Underage drug use is shown to be a bad thing and not at all glorified.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- For now nothing really intense.
- The mother is a war veteran and is struggling with her mental health in the aftermath.
- Characters deal with racism, homophobia, and sexism.
Sex & Nudity
- Elena has sex with her syd-nificant other in season 3
- In one episode, Penelope and Schneider find porn on a computer. The porn is not seen but you can hear some moaning. The scene is very brief but they talk about it through the episode.