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Sex & Nudity

  • Sex is a main theme in this series, there are multitudinous sex scenes frequently throughout, in every episode. Oral and intercourse Sex, and Masturbation, male and female, moans, closeups; and long sequences in great detail. No actual nudity is shown.
  • A sex scene takes place on top of a bed, nothing really shown but moaning and dildos being picked up from under the bed.
  • No nudity. Characters are shown having sex and touching themselves. Moaning is heard. In some scenes, the actions are explicitly described in the background. One scene included sex toys but actual scene was not shown.
  • A man voyeristically and non-consensually watches a woman masturbate and begins masturbating. No nudity is visible, but moaning is heard and it is clear what both are doing.
  • Almost every episode contains brief lovemaking scenes including cuddling, moaning and kissing, no nudity shown though. Only bare shoulders and backs are visible.
  • Despite there being little nudity, sex scenes are extremely frequent throughout both seasons and are prolonged.
  • Season 3 is by far the most sexual season, with the most amount and graphicness of these scenes.
  • Season 3 is by far the most sexual and graphic season in this regard. It has almost constant sexual scenes, far more graphic and risqué than in previous seasons.
  • Some sex scenes contain loud bangs against beds
  • Constant masturbation by main character and copious amounts of sex scenes though no explicit nudity is shown. Oral, hands going down pants, and pushing characters up against walls from behind with skirts lifted up. Discussions of sex are frequent. Common sex daydreams.

Violence & Gore

  • A man is hit with a mallet. The impact is heard and blood is seen. A little shocking and unexpected.
  • In Season 3, a character is hit over the head with a rolling pin (attack not shown, but the camera shows blood spatter). It is revealed later in the episode that the character survives the attack.
  • In season 3 a woman's sleeve slips up revealing scars on her arm, which we can assume to be self-harm scars

Profanity

  • Multiple uses for sh*t and its variations.
  • Many f-words...Every main character drops the f-bomb several times in every episode.
  • Constant use of the F Bomb. In season 2 in particular its commonly just about every other word, casually used. Also "God" is used.
  • The F-word gets more frequent each season.
  • Few uses of "c*nt"

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Characters are shown drinking all the time including drinking to excess
  • A scene where MDMA is taken.
  • Two characters have overdosed on medication.
  • Drug and alcohol use is quite frequent in season 1, including overdoses.
  • A whole episode has the main character getting high on acid graphically
  • A man snorts drugs in the backround
  • Constant illegal drug use in season 2. Alcohol is common through out. Marijuana is used a season 1 and 2.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Premise of show is very dark and potentially triggering.
  • The show tackles many violent themes such as domestic violence, murders, gender based violence, attempted sexual violence/violations, suicide and serial killings.
  • Deaths in the show are often sudden, unpredictable, shocking, and upsetting with a swift action of violence (axe, knife, gun, blunt object) with bloody aftermath. Camera work is stylized to not directly show the murders (some are off-screen or implied) for most scenes. There are some intense moments, though, where we see the character die and the action that caused it.

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Violence & Gore

  • A woman is hit over the head and knocked out. She lies there in a pool of blood.
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  • SUICIDE WARNING: In Season 3, a character is shown to have committed suicide by hanging. The body is shown hanging on 2 separate occasions in 1 episode
  • In season 3, one character is shown to have been murdered with an axe. The act is not shown, but we see the aftermath of her body in a pool of blood. The body is later shown after it has started decomposing (face) and another character breaks a finger of the body to retrieve a ring.
  • A character is seen cutting off 2 of his toes in an attempt to make it look like another character murdered him. The actual impact isn't seen but the separation of the toes from the foot is seen and pretty bloody
  • One character is hit over the head with a fire extinguisher and subsequently falls down a flight of stairs, resulting in a pool of blood around what appears to be his dead body. It is later revealed that he survived the attack
  • Joe pushes another character over the wall of a parking garage, where the man is believed to fall to his death. It is revealed only seconds later that he is still alive. Joe finishes the job by brutally stabbing the man to death in the chest 4 or 5 times with blood spatter and pooling.
  • Joe is hit multiple times
  • There is yelling though out the show and hitting(off screen) by joes neighbors

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Drug use throughout, an overdose on drugs is talked about multiple times and shown as well.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • In Season 3, Henry contracts the measles after being affected by 2 siblings at a birthday party. He recovers in the same episode. Before it is revealed that Henry is ok, Joe experiences a fever dream that contains quick flashes of his past and present. One of the flashes includes a short snippet where he checks on Henry in the hospital and discovers that he has passed away, resulting in Love's hysterical crying and screaming. This could be a trigger for anyone who has experienced the loss of a child.

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