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Sex & Nudity

  • No nudity nothing whatsoever not even a kiss, just sexual tension.

Violence & Gore

  • We see a man get cut in half. The action happens offscreen, but his legs are seen briefly after it occurs.
  • Not very violent. There is no blood or gore, but some of the deaths are pretty brutal. These including being burned to death, being cut in half, a hammer being smashed into a stormtroopers face (all you see is helmet fragments flying through the air).
  • The mandalorian has a rifle and shoots another man. The man is instantly disintegrated.
  • The Mandalorian kills a large animal by stabbing it in the neck. Nothing majorly graphic is shown
  • A man gets head trauma. Blood is seen on a woman's hand after she checks his wound.
  • It ranges from mild to moderate. The most violent sequences are either cut away from or shown very briefly. Characters are shot (occasionally in the head), stabbed, burned, and blown up. The Mandalorian's rifle shoots powerful blasts that incinerate enemies.
  • Season 2, A monster's bloody carcass is seen with its bones and bloody entrails being harvested by people walking inside of its rib cage.
  • A pirate gets run over by a truck - offscreen but the scream and the body being squashed is heard.
  • The Mandalorian frequently kills his enemies in a violent manner.


  • "God," "hell," and one use of "damn" in Chapter 10 respectively.
  • "Damn" and 'hell" are used throughout the series." "Ass" is used a few times, and "Jackass" is used once.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A monster vomits pretty much continuously for 2 minutes.
  • The appearance of the spiders in an episode may be frightening to some. Some spiders are large and have spiky teeth.
  • The show depicts villagers including small children being violently attacked and terrorized by a band of marauders.
  • The TV show has a dark tone.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Violence & Gore

  • Jawas are shown being disintegrated after being shot by The Mandalorian's rifle. Not graphic.
  • Carl Weather's character gets two giant gashes down his arm exposing muscle and blood but The Child heals him and the wounds close. It's dimly lit so all we see is the cuts.
  • Scout troopers punch the child for either biting their finger, or because he was squirming too much. This scene is either intense or comical depending on how you feel about it.
  • The Child force chokes a woman. She is saved however.
  • The most violent scene in the whole series so far shows lots of people walking through the insides of a dead creature, flesh and blood is visible.
  • A character is hung upside down and left to be eaten by unknown creatures. No actual violence is shown.
  • In season 2, Boba Fett violently hits stormtroopers in the head, destroying their helmets. This scene is intense and disturbing.
  • In season 3, Paz Viszla is repeatedly stabbed and eventually killed by Praetorian guards, may be upsetting for some viewers.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A child is aimed at by the sniper of a bounty hunter. While the bounty hunter misses and the child is unharmed this scene is still intense.
  • The main character is critically injured and must have his helmet removed in order to survive despite his reluctance. We see his helmet being removed, revealing his bloodied and bruised face, and is sprayed with a bacta spray, healing him. This scene can be nerve-wracking and distressing.
  • Moff Gideon attempts to commit suicide after trying to kill Grogu
  • During the Finale of the first season, the main character (The Mandalorian) discovers an aftermath of a slaughter where many of his fellow Mandalorian destroyed and discarded suits are discovered; suggesting a massacre at the hands of his enemy. This scene may be distressing for many, given The Mandalorian's closeness to the deceased and the horrific manner in which the Imperials would have killed the fellow Mandalorians.
  • In one scene, the Child is unconscious and is then kidnapped by Moff Gideon's dark stormtroopers. The Mandalorian is clearly in distress, and this scene may be a bit upsetting to viewers.
  • The death of kuiil might be sad for some

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